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A special screening of Revolt She Said, written and directed by Louise Lever, to celebrate International Women's Day 2023.

Revolt She Said is a documentary film that interrogates ideas of contemporary feminism and gender from an Australasian lens. Featuring former Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark, and award-winning journalist Alison Mau, the film asks why we still haven’t reached equality and why feminism must play a central role today.

Unflinching personal accounts and stories are shared as the film explores key themes of identity, gender politics, queer identity, power dynamics and women’s roles in society. Why hasn’t feminism shifted the needle far enough on issues that affect us all?

You can learn more about the film and stay in the know about future local and international screenings via Facebook.

Parking available on the side streets off Manukau Rd.

RSVP to the Facebook Event and purchase tickets here.

Revolt She Said was referenced in Tina Barton's ArtNow.NZ Essay Mother Load, On the Phenomenon of the ‘Older Woman Artist’, and in the companion read to this essay, Talk. Protest, Revolt, Some thoughts on feminisms, parenting in the artworld and 'Revolt She Said' by Louise Lever, written by Frances Loeffler and published on Contemporary HUM.

You can read these essays HERE.


  • $22.90


  • Sun 12 Mar


  • 7:15 pm — 9:00 pm


  • Lido Cinema Auckland
  • 427 Manukau Road
  • Epsom
  • Auckland