Please note: the price of this product is the price per student attending. Teachers may attend for free.
School screenings can be booked for whatever time suits your individual school timetable. ATOM will send you a unique link 30 minutes before your set screening time, so you can screen the program to your class or classes. If you would like to screen the program a number of times to different classes at different times, please book each screening separately and we will send you a unique Vimeo link ahead of each screening. Please be sure to book at least 2 business days ahead of your planned event.
A free digital student worksheet is included with each booking. This can be given out to every student attending the screening, and uploaded to your school's learning management system for all staff and students. There is also the more detailed ATOM Study Guide – available to download for free at theeducationshop.com.au/downloads/atom-study-guides/brazen-hussies-atom-study-guide/.
Brazen Hussies introduces contemporary audiences to the Australian second-wave feminists, who declared war on 'male chauvinism' and traditional sex roles, demanding that women be set free from the 'chains of femininity'. This feature-length documentary (also available in a 58-minute version) traces how the Australian Women's Liberation Movement was born amidst the tumultuous politics of the 1960s, influenced by the anti-war, anti-imperialist, and civil rights movements worldwide.
By going back in time, Brazen Hussies reveals how the changes demanded by these women fifty years ago have paved the way for where feminism finds itself today. Recording and celebrating this important history offers a valuable opportunity to reassess and discuss where we are at as a society, what gains have been made, what is at risk and where we are headed. While the struggle is far from over, women and girls today will be inspired by the pioneering efforts of those who came before them and changed the world forever.
The film interweaves freshly uncovered archival footage, personal photographs, memorabilia and lively accounts from the bold women who reignited the feminist movement in Australia, at times at great personal cost.
Running time: 58 mins or 89 mins
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