Central Illinois Feminist Film Festival returns on Wednesday

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The Central Illinois Feminist Film Festival will be from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Doudna Lecture Hall.

Four contest selections from fictional films and four contest selections from documentary films will be showed.

Fictional films will start at 4 p.m., and documentary films will start at 4:30 p.m.

The fictional films selections include first-place winner “Papital” directed by Narges Zakeri of Iran, second-place winner “Seed” directed by Jo Mbulawa of South Africa, third-place winner “Specially Brewed” directed by Jasyika Goh of the United States, and “Hazel’s Guide to the XY Chromosome” directed by Andrea Turk of Indonesia, which received an honorable mention.

The documentary film selections are “Everywhere We Go” directed by Arielle Davis in first place, “ROAN” directed by Thuy Trang of Vietnam and Germany in second place, “G.E.M.” directed by Mike Hooves from Canada in third place, and “Declaration” directed by Adam E. Stone from Illinois, which has the honorable mention.

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