At FWF2020, we take a deep dive into Australia’s culture of violence, the politics of health, intersections of the law, ecofeminism and a whole lot more. There’s no goop, but plenty of guts, grit and gregarious conversation.
FWF2020 comprises two streams: ThinkIns and FWFtalks, plus a bonus end-of-day chat show about all things craftivism.
FWF ThinkIns tackle four big questions for contemporary feminism, each teased out by two formidable feminist thinkers. Read their work via exclusive, specially-commissioned essays sent out before the event, then hear them in conversation with an expert interviewer for the online, live-captioned and Auslan-interpreted ThinkIn panels at FWF2020 on Saturday 14 November. Bring your own questions and critical thinking to take a deep dive into the biggest questions of the day. Get your hands on a Daypass for access to all four ThinkIns.
FWFtalks is our free podcast conversation series, covering even more big topics as part of the FWF2020 experience. Each podcast will feature three great minds to dissect the issues of the day. FWFtalks will be coming to you in the lead up to our festival day, Saturday 14 November.
FWF2020 is made possible through the financial support of Creative Victoria, Queen Victoria Women’s Centre and Besen Family Foundation.
THE POLITICS OF HEALTH
With Asiel Adan Sanchez, Katerina Bryant and Kit McMahon
OUR CULTURE OF VIOLENCE
With Nicole Lee, Dr Kyllie Cripps and Kristine Ziwica
BEING FEMINIST, STAYING BOLD
With Anna Spargo-Ryan, Laura La Rosa and Wendy Mocke
INTERSECTIONS OF THE LAW
With Fernanda Dahlstrom, Sally Goldner and Monique Hurley
FEISTY BUT FRIENDLY
Podcast available Oct 23
With Dr Akane Kanai, Tarneen Onus-Williams and Beverley Wang
WHERE IS THE QUEER WRITING?
Podcast available Oct 30
With Roz Bellamy, Corrie Chen and Gemma Killen
FEMINISM FOR ALL
Podcast available Nov 6
With Jax Jacki Brown, Raelee Lancaster and Zoya Patel
ECOFEMINISM: WRITING, LIVING, SURVIVING
Podcast available Nov 13
With Lidia Thorpe, Alice Robinson and Inga Simpson
With Casey Jenkins, Enza Gandolfo, Taneshia Atkinson, Van Badham and Kate Robinson