Multimedia Resources:

Women in Focus Collection (Film, video and visual arts)
Women in Focus was a woman-run non-profit feminist arts and media group dedicated to film, video and the visual arts formed in 1974 in association with the Women’s Office at the University of British Columbia. Its productions, some of which are available on this website,  are very much a reflection of feminism’s rich cultural debates in the late 20th century.

The 2015 Making Sense of Women Suffrage Across Canada: Panel and Lectures (Video)

Public Panel: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
Dr. Veronica Strong-Boag’s Lecture, A Suffragist Trajectory from Rural Poverty to CCF MLA and Activist: the Case of B.C.’s Laura Marshall Jamieson (1882-1964)Part 1 Part 2 Part 3

WTC Conference 2013–Sylvia Bashekin: How do women transform cities? (video)

Bad Romance: Women’s Suffrage (video)

Thomas Allen Harris’ Marriage Equality documentary (video)

Words of Women from the Egyptian Revolution (series of videos)

Videos of keynote lectures from the Victoria Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences(series of videos)

Lost Years: The Chinese Canadian Struggle for Justice  (documentary)

Votes for Victorian Women(documentary)

Dancing With the Octopus Video Postcards

The F-Word:  Who Wants To be A Feminist (CBC documentary).