F. Festival 2019

a platform exhibiting equality in the arts

F. Festival is aimed at exhibiting Equality in the Arts. Our free festival starts at noon this Saturday 11th of March 2017 with events running right into the night. Iconic and well-loved Dublin venues Hangar, The Grand Social, Wigwam, Filmbase and The Back Loft will host an Eclectic & Broad spectrum of Women working in Art, Comedy, Spoken Word, Music, Film, and our Talks series which are free and open to all.

Film at Generator

Short Film Programme
A selection a award-winning Irish short films, directed and/or written by women. Each short tells the story of strong women in different stages of life. Facing the challenges posed by loss, love, and life, these strong female characters reflect the struggles of women in modern Ireland. Including 'Terminal', nominated for Best Short Film at the London Critics Circle Awards, 'Groundless' Galway Film Fleadh's winner for Best First Short Drama and the multi-award winning bi-lingual Connemara short 'Adulting'.


Shorts Vol: 1
19:00 - 20:00

January Hymn
Oiche Nollaig na mBan
Love at first light



Irish Premiere: Jangala
8:30 - 9:30

What started as a travel blog by Jaz O’Hara, documenting her adventures in Sri Lanka, Kuala Lumpur, Beijing, Costa Rica, Brazil and more has evolved into something much bigger. Jaz and her team still tell the amazing, inspirational stories of the people they meet, as Jaz always has, only now many of these people are refugees, and their stories are quite different.

After visiting the Jungle camp in Calais in August 2015, the raw and emotional post that Jaz wrote about her experience went viral, with over 65,000 shares. What followed was an immense outpouring of support that has enabled The Worldwide Tribe to have a direct, positive impact on a ground level.

From galvanising an audience of over 55,000 people to installing WiFi in Calais and Lesvos; from highlighting the stories that really need to be heard, to supporting vital grassroots projects, we have worked with love, compassion and unity toward a better future for us all.

The time we have spent in Calais and Lesvos has allowed us to build relationships, form friendships and gain a level of trust that enables us to give an unprecedented, intimate perspective of this crisis. We aim to bring a voice to those who need to be heard, all across the world.

We use creative storytelling to highlight the humanity of this crisis, with a focus on the hope, love, compassion and unity that we have been lucky enough to experience. Through words, photography, film and art,  we are inspiring people to take action and to use their own skills and experience to be the change they wish to see in the world.

The Worldwide Tribe will be doing an hour-long panel as part of our Talks section during the day & premiering their new documentary 'JANGALA' in the evening




Shorts Vol: 2
9:45 - 10:45

All the Best People Are Mad
Little Flower