FFF Rated – Women in Film

Total: 94 mins 57 secs

The F-Rating is awarded to films directed by a woman and/or written by a woman. If the film also features significant women on screen, the film becomes TRIPLE F-Rated. The rating is designed to support and promote women and re-address the imbalance in the film industry.

Wednesday 19th October Available for 48 hrs from 6:00pm
Friday 7th October 3:45pm - Bolton Museum Theatre 1 Friday 7th October 3:45pm - Bolton Museum Saturday 8th October 12:20pm - Light Cinema Screen 3


Nicole Rixon Ryan Goodman
United Kingdom, 2021
7:38 mins
A picture tells a thousand words, a woman hears them all. Too shrill, too matronly, too provocative, not young enough, not old enough, not strong enough, too bossy, too aloof, not likeable enough, not relatable enough. I’d vote for a woman, just not that woman.


Sammy Patterson
United Kingdom, 2021
9:09 mins
With past trauma appearing in waves, Geny finds it hard to focus on her life going forward. When she should be coming- of-age she's battling the past as it overshadows her future; the young bird that's allowed to fly is forced to return.

A Life Inside

Nicole Rixon
United Kingdom, 2021
6:47 mins
Thrilled to become a mum Carrie’s confidence is shattered when the pandemic hits. Her excitement and resilience crumble on the maternity unit floor, split apart from her partner, and forced to labour alone with Covid.


Sarah Grant
United Kingdom, 2022
13:50 mins
World Premiere
Burlesque enthusiast Mandy is gearing up for her first public performance with support from her best friend Jenna. When things don't go as planned, Mandy has to find the confidence to perform in all her power.

Placenta Pâté

Tia Salisbury
United Kingdom, 2022
12:33 mins
New mum Libby has breastfeeding woes, but when her wife, Erin suggests a traditional placenta remedy is the answer, underlying tensions rear their head and it's not just the kitchen getting messy.

This Little Girl

Annette Westwood
United Kingdom, 2021
15:00 mins
A mother with a substance misuse issue, has to prove herself on her path to recovery, to prevent her child from being taken away from her and placed into care.