The Future is Female: One Year Louder (Part 3)

By on février 9, 2018

Troisième et dernière partie de notre dossier consacré aux Women’s Marches avec 3 portfolios dont un réalisé à Paris et deux à New York.

La première partie de notre dossier se trouve ici et la seconde ici.



Donna Donato (Paris, France)

Lens:  Jane 
Film:  Ina's 1982 


"On January 21, 2018 the anniversary of the 2017 Women's March, mass rallies were held globally under the title, "Look Back, March Forward". At least 300 people, my estimate, gathered in the rain under the shadow of the Eiffel Tower to show support for women, the 'me too' and 'time's up' movements, immigrants and the need to rid the world of all 'pussy grabbers'."
Donna Donato



Lydia Cassatt (New York, NY)

Lens:  Libatique 73 (25%) 
Film:  Love 81 
Flash:  Apollo (40%) 
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"This year, I was able to participate in the Woman’s March of 2018 in NYC. It was a powerful experience to be in the midst of 200,000 plus people who were peacefully resisting our current government and it’s policies. Being surrounded by people of all ages and nationalities who were marching for the same reasons is a wonderful thing to be a part of. I was so taken with the signs. Many were clever and very funny and I am reminded how humor is a potent force in activism. I chose Libatique, Love 81 and Apollo for the slightly grainy quality and warmth."
Lydia Cassatt



Jeanette Vazquez (New York, NY)

Lens:  Various 
Film:  Various 



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