Invisible Women is a curation project, aimed at championing work of female filmmakers whose contributions to film history have been overlooked, whose work has gone uncredited or who have in one way or another been 'forgotten'
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Don't forget to check out our Invisible Women Manifesto
Meet the Team
Camilla Baier, co-founder & curator
Camilla has worked in different roles for a variety of festivals and different arts institutions in the UK, before moving to Mexico City in 2018, where she now works as an Art Gallery Manager and Project Coordinator. She holds a BA in Journalism & Film Studies from the University of Stirling and a Masters with Distinction in Film Exhibition and Curation from the University of Edinburgh.
Rachel Pronger, co-founder & curator
Rachel is Film Programme Coordinator at Tyneside Cinema in Newcastle. Previously she was the Producer of Alchemy Film and Moving Arts Festival, and has also held roles at Film Hub Scotland, Edinburgh Film Festival, BFI Festivals and Picturehouse. She holds a First Class BA in English & History from the University of York and a Masters with Distinction in Film Exhibition and Curation from the University of Edinburgh.