Joana Da Costa: Art Bitches

22-year-old Joana Da Costa has an infatuation with bitches and bling. Like her favourite hip hop artists, Joana explores themes of female sexuality, consumerism and urban language within her films. Utilising modern technologies, her work transcends digital animation and collage into 3D printing. We talk to her about urban feminism, dancehall and Louis Vuitton. Tell… View!

Vasilisa Forbes: WAX 2

Vasilisa Forbes offers up her latest installment of WAX, a project that scrutinises how women are perceived and portrayed in public media. Using high octane visuals, aggressive postures and critical monologues, Vasilisa challenges societal feminine norms online and pasted up on billboards across the world. “In WAX, Vasilisa discusses the visual identity of capitalists selling… View!

Lily Baldwin: Visceral Cinema

Girls On Film interviews New York based film maker Lily Baldwin, as she embarks into the unfamiliar territory of feature length film. With an extraordinary talent for dance and choreography, Lily is fast becoming recognised for her uniquely visceral shorts that combine silent narratives with commanding dance sequences. “I’ve always loved stories,” Lily says, “and… View!

Natalia Stuyk: Gif Us What You’ve Got

Natalia Stuyk is the type of artist that never stops experimenting. When others hone and perfect their style, Natalia’s visuals seem to zigzag never endingly between minimal and maximal. That’s not to say Natalia isn’t incredibly talented at what she does, her work has seen recognition from the likes of Vimeo and Instagram, as well… View!

Webcam Series Part Two: An Interview with Kathy Gatto

As part of our webcam series, Girls On Film talks to Kathy Gatto, editor extraordinaire of indie documentary Cam Girlz. Cam Girlz enters the digital landscape of webcamming as a worldwide online sex industry. Staring unique female cam artists such as ventriloquist Veronica Chaos and mime-artist Aella, the documentary shines a positive light on a… View!

Webcam Series Part One: REAL gUrls

As part of our webcam series, Girls On Film talks to female artists Carlin Brown, May Waver and Vanessa Omoregie, all of who have used webcams as either the focus or the technology behind their feminist digital art. We explore how this democratic, affordable camera has made way for a new generation of girl art,… View!

Brown Girls On Bollywood

Girls On Film takes a look at Indian cinema by investigating its impact on three South Asian film and image-makers. Zarina Muhammad, Sanaa Hamid and Kiran Rai (KayRay) are all women of diaspora. Their work questions and explores their cultural heritage, their desire or separation from the motherland. And while they challenge representation here in… View!