You can’t make a good first impression if you don’t look good.
That’s the message of the new film, Femaleness: The Perfect Woman.
Written by film-maker Jessica Preece, the film follows a woman as she works to create a life of comfort and happiness for herself and her three children.
But when the first baby grows up, she becomes more aware of her feminine side, and the result is a film that’s both heartwarming and insightful.
It’s also an incredibly intimate look at women’s roles in modern society.
It premieres at the Sundance Film Festival on Saturday and will be available to view online at the following locations: at the festival’s website at the festival website FEMALESS will be presented in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese, and on VOD in the US and UK at the Sundance Film Awards, the Sundahay Film Festival’s online festival at the festival website The Sundahay film festival is an independent festival that offers films for everyone.
Femaless is produced by Bourne Films, produced by the Sundahaya Film Festival and edited by filmmaker Jessica Peece.
Preece has previously worked with director/producer and writer Jonathan Glazer on his Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them sequel, and filmmaker Jonathan Silverman on The Mummy and its sequel The Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.
The film is based on Peece’s 2015 novel Femininity: The Unspoken and is produced for Sundance by Peech Films.