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Delphine & Carole: armed with a camera

What is left of the "enchanted feminism" of the 1970s? What is the role of the image in the transmission? How can video activism serve as a self-advocacy approach today? Delphine and Carole, Insoumuses recounts the friendship between the actress Delphine Seyrig and the video artist Carole Roussopoulos, who put their creative and disruptive use of video at the service of their feminist convictions and commitments. Today, what are the new forms of feminist activism and how do they reflect the legacy of the 1970s movement? An evening with the director and grand-daughter of Carole Roussopoulos, Callisto Mc Nulty.


Tuesday 12 March


Espace Pitoëff - Théâtre


Co-presented with the Bureau de l'égalité du Canton de Genève, the University of Geneva - Bureau de l'égalité and Soroptimist International, Club Genève Rhône


Nathalie Fontanet State Councilor, Department of Finance and Human Ressources

Britta Rindelaub Producer

Sophie De Hijes Producer

Brigitte Mantilleri Director of the Equality and Diversity Department at the University of Geneva


Callisto Mc Nulty FIlm director

Coline De Senarclens , gender expert and radio columnist

This debat is preceded by the movie:

Competition - Creative documentary

Delphine and Carole

By Callisto Mc Nulty

An Arte film
Famous French-Swiss actress Delphine Seyrig had more than one facet. With Carole Roussopoulos, her compatriot and inseparable friend, the actress crossed the 1970s with a camera in her hand, celebrating feminism, insolence and humour. Callisto McNulty, Carole Roussopoulos' granddaughter, pays a vibrant tribute to two free, joyful and radical rebels who have consistently defended their freedom as women and artists.

  • Section Competition - Creative documentary


Callisto Mc Nulty


  • Britta Rindelaub
  • Sophie De Hijes
  • Nicolas Lesoult
  • Nicole Fernandez Ferrer
  • Sylvie Cazin

World sales

  • MPM Premium


  • Les Films de la Butte
  • Alva Film
  • Centre audiovisuel Simone de Beauvoir
  • Institut National de l'Audiovisuel (INA)
Production country
Portugal & Morocco
Swiss Premiere