Enjoy this collection of videos from our archive in honor of tomorrow’s International Women’s Day. They highlight the struggles to achieve equality, both in our past and in the present, and show scenes from the lives of European women; philosophers, businesswomen, artists, politicians, activists, and workers. Feel free to search for more related content on EUscreen.eu!
|Liberty, Work, Education
A congress of socialist women from Cyprus, France, Greece, Malta, Portugal, Spain and Italy debating gender inequality in Europe.
Luce/Italy 1975 [01:07]
|Businesswomen in Spain
Down on the farm. Run by entrepreneurial women.
TVC/Spain 2008 [26:55]
|De Beauvoir and feminism
A fascinating interview with Simone de Beauvoir, arguably the most influential feminist philosopher of all time.
INA/France 1975 [05:58]
|Feminism in Slovenia
How feminism was studied and taught in the 90’s.
RTV SLO/Slovenia 1998 [03:37]
Zbigniew Libera explores the workz of Ewa Partum, Poland’s first feminist artist.
NINA/Poland 2012 [06:50]
A Kultur.21 segment about the differences between the women’s movement of the 1970s and today.
DW/Germany 2008 [06:07]
|Domestic boycott in France
The Women’s Liberation Movement calls for a strike by women against “domestic and sexual chores” to demonstrate against work inequality.
INA/France 1974 [03:07]
|Women in the Czech army
Not only wearing uniforms! A film documentary about workplaces for women in the Czechoslovak Army, shot on the occasion of International Women’s Day in 1981.
CT/Czech Republic 1981 [06:22]
|Solidarity in the workplace
A report about equal pay in 1960s Britain.
BBC/United Kingdom 1968 [02:38]
|Feminism in modern day Poland
A discussion about Poland’s current cultural and social affairs on international women’s day in 2012.
NINA/Poland 2012 [33:48]
|Gender anxieties in 1950’s Britain
A visit to a factory canteen to find out workers’ views on working women and women in politics.
BBC/United Kingdom 1959 [01:49]
|Women on the home front
Princess Margrethe of Denmark opening the ‘Women on the Home Front’ exhibition.
DR/Denmark 1961 [00:54]