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    4th Wavers

    Trending hashtags and Toronto artists propel this documentary on feminism leading up to the #MeToo Movement.

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    Uploaded Jan 30, 2019

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    4th Wavers

    Directed by Ruby Fay Wray 2018 17 min

    4th Wavers Trailer

    Uploaded Jan 30, 2019


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    4th Wavers

    4th Wavers is a short documentary about the fourth wave of feminism that began in 2008 and has led up to the #MeToo movement. The documentary looks at perspectives from various Toronto-based feminist artists and social media, through a compilation of viral hashtags and commentary from Twitter and Instagram users. 4th Wavers looks at feminist art as a tool for change and to challenge the current views of feminism and social patriarchy.

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