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Woman Scream 2021 Call for Submission (Selected Proposals)



THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, to all the wonderful people who submitted their video proposals to our call. We have received over 600 videos in different languages. The selection has been tough however, we want to embrace each person who has put effort, time and resources to make the call a success.



We have taken into account style, relevance to our theme, quality and creativity (see notes). Here is the selected list:


 

 
NOTES:


 
- This is the list of selections from our team. Participation in the festival will depend on whether or not, we receive the remaining material stipulated in our call on time, for edition and organizing. Otherwise we do not guarantee calendar's availability.


-If your proposal is not on list, do not be discouraged, each year we create different kinds of opportunities with different topics. Do not stop screaming aloud, for those who need your voice and support).

 

 


Categoría /Category

Propuesta /Proposal

País / Country

Autor/a /Creator




 
1 Micro-Conferencia Conferencia BUENAS LEYES, RESULTADOS NEGATIVOS Argentina Olga Liliana Reinoso


2 Artes Visuales Mujer Borrada España Laura y Sira Cabrera


3   Muestra Arte USA Adorable Monique


4 Performance Soy una, Soy ella, Soy nosotras, Soy miles. Colombia Karen Rojas Vallejo


5 Carta a mis mujeres Colombia Colectiva Bugambilias


6 Ausencia República Dominicana Lina Magdalena Aybar Batista 


7 Teatro Bendita Tú Eres Argentina Belén Leyton


8 El valor de un abrazo Ecuador Biviana Elizabeth Echeverría Padilla


9 Danza Contemporánea Pino Ecuador Ekaterina Alexeyevna Ignatova Cevallos 


10 Tomar el cielo por asalto Argentina Florencia Chidichimo


11 Danza sin miedo Chile Sol Dugatkin


12 Detrás del silencio México Vaivén Cuerpos en Escena


13 Matrias México Faviola Llamas Guzmán 


14 Música /Videoclip 15añera Colombia Juan Andrés Moreno  (Aterciopelados)


15 Manos de Mujeres de Marta Gómez  Argentina Folklore de Mujer 


16 Horinzonte España Mariola Olcina Alvarado


17 Coplas Moradas Argentina Clara Bertolini


18 Alas de Mariposas Argentina Natalia Simoncini


19 Escucha mi Voz México Pollie


20 El valor de seguir adelante Argentina Nany Mazzoky 


21 Olvido España Soledad Martínez Quiles y Sitoh Ortega


22 Lamento en Baile Puerto Rico Nómadas


23 Mujer Balam México Violeta (La Parrandera) Araceli Reza Varela


24 A una piel de distancia Inglaterra Paulina Arraño Becerra


25 Lantana Colombia Haga que pase


26 No es un cuento Argentina MC Juampa


27 Video-Poesía Recrear el amor Argentina Verónica Sofia Guevara 


28 PANDEMIA Argentina Ailin Maive Guevara


29 LA CHICA QUE CAMINA  España Patricia Trujillo López 


30 Hombre nuevo España Victoria Enguídanos Moreno


31 Marea Verde Argentina Nidia Tineo


32 Alas Argentina María Lidia Calero


33 Des-vestirme Argentina Beatriz Teresa Bustos


34 Las aves aún vuelan México Leici López Villalobos


35 Mi Pandemia España Sylvie Riesco Bernier


36 Atrapada Argentina Marcela Gutilla


37 RenaSer Argentina Cooperativa Archipiélago


38 Mujer Invisible (Invisible Women) España Cristina Ruberte París


39 Equilibrio Cuba Giselle Lucía Navarro


40   Como Juncos Uruguay Teresa Díaz Sánchez


41   CORONAOPRESOR México Ma. Santa Rodríguez Alviso (Santa Rodal)


42   Conmigo Costa Rica Vilma Zavaleta Gómez


43   Adiós República Dominicana Miriam Ivana Castillo Gautraux


44   La puerta, mi espalda Chile Alejandra Loyola Castro


45 Cortometraje Sumisa (Submissive) Perú Matilde León Tamayo


46 Juego Limpio (Fair game) Guatemala Ever Rodas Santos


47 Telares Argentina Lorena Noemí Calandi


48 La Rabia Argentina Éstel Gómez


49 Dilo (Tell) España Susana Ramírez De Arellano  


50 Roberto España/Spain/l'Espagne Carmen Córdoba González 


51 Como siempre (as usual) España Blanca González Muñoz  


52 ¿De quién es tu piel? (Who does your skin belong to? )  España Rebeca Alemañy  


53 Niké España Javi G. Mediavilla  


54 Otra Historia (Another Story) España Amada Santos Relaño  


55 Decir NO España/Spain/l'Espagne Sonia Reoyo


56 Machous Francia Nuria Onetti Álvarez García  


57 Dónde está mi hogar? México José María González


58 Emma y el mundo (Emma and the world) España Amanda Gutiérrez Del Castillo 


59 Papá (Dad) España Áurea Román Reche 


60 Documental Cantos Morados Argentina Mariana Josefina Méndez


61 La historia de todas nosotras (The story of all of us) El Salvador Itxaso Díaz



 

ENGLISH PROPOSALS SELECTED

 

62 Music Videoclip Komety (Comets / Cometas) Russia Maria Makovskaya ( Artist Polnalyubvi)


63 Milaya (Sweetheart / Cariño) Russia Maria Makovskaya ( Artist Erika Lundmuen)


64 Video Poetry Gettin' on with it  Denmark Elizabeth Torres Hansen (Madam Neverstop)


65
Tour Jeté United Kingdom Ellie Walsh


66 Theather La Trituración de la Mariposa (The crushing of a butterfly)  Greece Stella Pantolmos


67 Performance Ruta / Passage Israel Elena Stelzer


68 Mute Finland JOSEF KA


69 Woodworm Spain Nacho Recio


70 THREE WEEKS IN LOCKDOWN 2020 United Kingdom Alice Brookes


71 Short films Not for money, not for love, not for nothing ( Ni por dinero, ni por amor, ni por nada United Kingdom John Robert Lee  


72 SUB ZERO (Bajo Cero) Sous Zéro Southafrica Thamsanqa WaMajela


73 The Hope (La esperanza)  l’Espoir  India Aneesh Narath


74 Go on (No pares) Iran Leyli Shojaei / Majid Asghari


75 Blood Wolf USA Diana Cignoni & Sasha Higgins 


76 Five Graceful Shifts USA A Slate



 

Seleção em Português

 

77 Filme curto Alcateia Brazil Carolina Castilho 


78   "Me Casei com 14 anos para ter uma Família". ("I Got Married When I Was 14 to Have a Family.") Portugal Ana Cavazzana


79   Surpresas (Surprise-Sorpresa) Brazil Flávio Colombini 


80 Musica/ Videoclip É no mar Brazil Simone Sousa


81 Teatro Mulheres Sementes Brazil Coletivo Sementes


82 Performance Como uma mulher Portugal Gisela Sousa Ferreira



 

Sélection Française

 

83 Court-métrage In Extremis Congo Malolo Matouala


84 Confidence Mali Mamadou Traore


85 Voix de Femmes France Gaëlle Rauche


86 Huis Clos (Locked-up) France Emmanuel Simonin


87 Vidéo-Poésie Est-ce ainsi que vivent les femmes ?  France Soraya Cheded


88 Il n'y a pas de rose sans épines France Manon Gable


89 Guerrières 2021 Suisse Eve Monnier


90 Tabac du jour-Tabac du nuit  France Guylaine Monnier


91 Déshabite-moi Belgique Caroline Boulord 


92 Le Cri France Christelle Reix


93 Performance Point d'achèvement Cameroun Claudette Fleur Mendela Bediebe 


94 Musique PONDA Cameroun Christelle Danielle Bonam


95 L'amour efface la violence Mali Rasmata Posthumus Traoré (Rasma)



 

Selezione italiana

 

96 Film corto Alexia Italia Martin Basile


 

 



 

Woman Scream 2021-Call for Submission (CLOSED-CHECK RESULTS!)

 


 CLOSED. THANK YOU!


THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, to all the wonderful people who submitted their video proposals to our call. We have received over 600 videos in different languages. The selection has been tough however, we want to embrace each person who has put effort, time and resources to make the call a success.


We have taken into account style, relevance to our theme, quality and creativity (see notes). Here is the selected list:




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Check out the most recent interview to our CEO and founder, the Dominican poetess, Jael Uribe. Learn more about our project and get a closer look at our creator's life, struggles and overcoming difficulties.

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To find out a little bit more about our quest, the Dominican poetess Jael Uribe, Founder of the Woman Scream Festival and the Women Poets International Movement, a worldwide cause that unites art and poetry to advocate against women violence. Check this video to watch the full show:


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Tune in to The Listening Tree on our Social Networks for this LIVE broadcast.

Join us for our first episode featuring Jael Uribe, founder and creator of Woman Scream Festival, A worldwide cause against women abuse.


Saturday June 13th, 1PM.

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Jael Uribe. Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Graduated in Publicity Arts, she has a Master in Editorial and Graphic Design and a Diplomat in Public Relations and Corporate Communication. She is a writer, designer, storyteller, poet and painter. She is CEO of the Mujeres Poetas Internacional (Women Poets International Movement) and the initiator of the Grito de Mujer (Woman Scream International Festival), an annual global celebration of events, to honor women and against women violence. She has received the “Freedom of Expression Award” in Norway, for her cultural involvement defending women and human’s rights through her projects.  Received the International Poetry Award Vicente Rodríguez-Nietzsche by the Porto Rico International Poetry Festival, and recently received recognition from the NY Assembly. She has been featured in Forbes Magazine, Fierce by Mitu, among other publications. Her poetry and articles have been translated into several languages.

Learn more about Jael Uribe at http://jaeluribe.blogspot.com

Woman Scream 2020: WE MADE IT!



WE MADE IT!

Thank you everyone who could celebrate our Woman Scream anniversary events the first 14 days of this month of march, despite the circumstances, we also thank those who couldn't, for your efforts! We share with you some images, check others in our photo album in Facebook.

10 years, 70 countries, over 1000 events, 100,000 screams...

Let's go for more!

Be safe.
















Woman Scream 10th Anniversary Anthologies



We have the joy of celebrating Woman Scream 10th anniversary with your voices, women united as one. Strong women, women of light, women of the SCREAM!

last march 2020, we designed two amazing carefully crafted female poetry compilations to honor the SCREAM of hundreds of women around the world: The "Woman Scream" and the "Somos el GRITO!" anthologies. Each one is illustrated by the amazing art of the Dominican Visual Artist, Yan Paez, volunteer and ambassador of our cause.

 

You can get your copy of each book on Amazon, by clicking HERE:

 

 

 


Thank you to the women poets that collaborated and that helped us spread our message. Please don't forget to comment and rate the book on Amazon. Send us your photo with the book, we will share it on our social networks!

Until next time!

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Woman Scream 2020-Nigeria-Aba-Abia State


A REPORT OF THE WOMEN SCREAM 2020 HELD ON THE 21st OF MARCH 2020 AT THE PREMISES OF NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR MUSEUM AND MONUMENTS IN ABA, ABIA STATE, NIGERIA UNDER THE THEME : WHO IS SCREAMING FOR YOU.

Woman Scream 2020-Republic of Macedonia


The International Poetry and Arts Festival "Woman Scream" was traditionally held for the fifth time, in Macedonia City Spojie, last Saturday 28th of march 2020. The festival is a worldwide chain of events held in March where poets and poets, artists and organizations from various countries volunteer to honor women's rights and send messages of self-confidence, respect and empowerment against violence against women. Every year the festival has its motto, and this year the international motto of the festival is "Who's screaming for you, to honor orphan children victims of femicides"

Until last year, the festival was continuously organized in more than 70 countries around the world, with more than 900 successful co-coordinated events, but this year Macedonia is the only country in the world to continue the tradition and hold the event, as other countries have canceled their events due to a pandemic. The national coordinators of the festival organization in Macedonia, the poets Olivera Docevska and Elena Prendzova, with the support of the organization Justice, have decided to hold the festival online this year.

- We have decided to take advantage of the benefits of computers and the Internet, as it is the modern information and technical capabilities that make the festival more accessible to both participants and audiences. That's why we decided this year to invite artists from all kinds of arts around the world. They presented their work through videos, which were posted on YouTube. The link was posted to social media on March 28 at 12 noon. Since then, the link has always been available to the public - said Prendzova.

According to her, "The Woman Scream" is a festival that aims to raise awareness of the fight against violence against women and women's rights, so, in the context of it, the motto of our national festival has always been "20 days after March 8 and let's do it. "

"That's why I want to remind you that women - mothers, daughters, sisters, daughters-in-law - are the ones who most often take care of sick and close family members and are often forced to put others' needs ahead of their own." In such cases the health of all stakeholders is always affected. In the name of the common good and health of the human race, I call for conscientiousness in following the procedures and following the recommendations so that everyone can have their lives back to normal very soon - says Prendzova.

This year's the participants were: the world-wide festival general coordinator Jael Uribe, from the Dominican Republic,
and mexican singer Adolfina Nava with the Grito de Mujer song of the festival. Also the participation of the performer Simmer Savo, poetess Pina Tucci and songwriter Angelo Torquia from Italy; poet Kui Chien Li of Taiwan; bachelor and actress Bailey Casle of the United States; poetess Tonya Pasola of Catalonia, Spain, and poet Gustavo Vega Mansilla of Spain; the poet Christian Kozel from Slovenia; performer and poetess Lucila Trapaco from Switzerland and poet Dashamir Malo from Albania, and the participants from Macedonia are: the performing duo Miki Janevski and Simona Atanasovska, the poet Marina Ikonomova Jokeva, the artist Pooja Echoi, the poet Miro Mojo , poetess Danica Ivanovska Lepojevic, artist and graphic designer Vlado Fidanoski, watercolorist and artist Simonida Filipova Kitanovska, musician Martin Cvetkovski aka DJ Orb, fashion designer Sarah Redzic and artist Vincic.

 
Participants list:

Woman Scream Macedonia 2020 


1.      Jael Uribe, world coordinator, DO
2.      Adolfina Nava, singer, DO
3.      Olivera Docevska, national coordinator, MK
4.      "Ester Ihaz" by Olivera Docevska; Miki Janevski & Simona Atanasovska, artists, MK
5.      Angelo Torchia, cantauthor, IT
6.      Kuei-shien Lee, poet, TW
7.      Marina Ikonomova Shokeva, poet, MK
8.      Miro Masin, artist, MK
9.      Miyatta, singer, MK
10.  Simone Savo, slam poet, IT
11.  Bailey Castle, slam poet, USA
12.  Tonia Passola, poet, Catalonia, ES
13.  Kristian Kozelj, poet, SI
14.  Emilija i Stojche Tocinovski, artist duo, MK
15.  Gustavo Vega Mansilla, poet, ES
16.  Danica Ivanovska Lepojevikj, poet, MK
17.  Vlado Fidanoski, artist, MK
18.  Lucilla Trapazzo, artist, CH
19.  Pina Tucci, poet, IT
20.  Simonida Filipova Kitanovska, artist, MK
21.  Martin Cvetkovski, DJ, MK
22.  Sara Redzic, fashion designer, MK
23.  Gordana Vincic, artist, MK
24.  Dashamir Malo, poet, AL
25.  Elena Prendjova, poet & national coordinator, MK

Woman Scream 2020-Accra-Ghana

WOMAN SCREAM 2020 ACCRA

On 15th March 2020, the Accra Woman Scream 2020 program began with some music and slowly the participants arrived.  There were two very active young girls under the age of 15 who were very excited to perform and spoke well on the theme. They were Vicentia Amaburu and Thomasina Chea who had more than one poem to perform.  A  participant, Jean Chantal Ayanga, spoke of the difficulty and struggles of being a single mother and how she overcame the challenges and negative attitude given to women in her situation.   
We also had Abena Antwi, Desmond Achaempong, Mawuli Selormey and Isaac Obeng and myself, Mariska Araba Taylor-Darko as some of the performers.  
Attendance was good, despite recent worldwide events but we took all the sanitary measures possible. We had more music and played some poetry recorded by professional poets to add to the ambience.  


All participants received their certificates and the owners of the venue, Mr. and Mrs Caspar Selormey gave the use of the  venue for free as their contribution to the event. 
Two volunteers, Raymond Dzandu and Kwame Fosu assisted in the event. Two FM Radio stations (Stephen Arman of Peace FM and Mr. Nii Okpoti Odamtten of Amanie FM covered the event and interviewed me.  



All look forward to next year!
Mariska Araba Taylor-Darko
WS Coordinator Accra

Woman Scream Anthology


Here it is! 

The "WOMAN SCREAM!" anthology with the selection of 42 female poets, participants of our 1st. call for submission in tribute to the Woman Scream cause, on the occasion of its 10th. Anniversary. Out of the hundreds texts received, we have taken 42 voices for the printed book. Poems related to the Scream, as a mean of expression, from a feminine point of view.

This anthology has been produced by our Rosado Fucsia Editorial project and has been dedicated to all the women in the world who live submerged in silence waiting for the awakening of their voices. For them WE SCREAM!

The images in this volume have been donated by the Dominican painter, Yan Páez, Visual Artist.
If you want a copy, the book can be printed under demand from Amazon webpage here: https://amzn.to/3aU2Tv5 or by visiting our page www.womanscreamfestival.com menu Anthologies. With your support, you will be contributing to our projects against women violence.


Once again, we THANK YOU for supporting our cause.
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Note: Take a selfie with your book and send it us so we could share it on our pages. Do not forget to leave us your comment on Amazon, your review is very important to us.

HERE IS THE LIST OF PARTICIPANT POETS:


 Over 40 female voices from 26 countries, united in one SCREAM. A scream of hope, a scream of freedom, dedicated to the 10th anniversary of our cause and to all the women from the world, especially those sunk into silence waiting for the awakening of their voices.

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Featuring participants from:


    
    England
    Alaska
    India
    Finland
    Armenia
    USA
    Australia
    Ireland
    Argentina
    Romania
    Dominican Republic
    Israel
    Republic of Macedonia
    Canada
    Sudan
    Scotland
    Brazil
    Saint Lucia
    Albania
    Guyana
    Zimbabwe
    Iran
    Italy
    South Africa
    Zambia
    Serbia

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Participant Women Poets (Sorted by name):


 
 
1. Alice Brookes 15

2. Andrea Jaque 17

3. Anna Sujatha Mathai 19

4. Anni Sumari 21

5. Arusyak Ohanyan 26

6. Barbara Marie Minney 27

7. Bobbie Dumas Panek 30

8. Bree Alexander 31

9. Catherine Ronan 32

10. Cecilia Ortiz 33

11. Cristina Soptelea (Cristina Prisacariu) 35

12. Denisse Español 36

13. Dorit Weisman 38

14. Elena Prendjova 40

15. Elizabeth Hugenschmidt 43

16. Enas Suleiman 45

17. Hanna Gia Louise 47

18. Itzel Zagal 50

19. Jacqueline Moreira da Silva 52

20. Jael Uribe 53

21. Janice Heather Hector 55

22. Johanna Peters 57

23. Kathrine Yets 59

24. Lorraine Caputo (Lorraine Crouch) 61

25. M.C. MoHagani Magnetek 65

26. Maria Fontenelle 68

27. Nastassia Rambarran 70

28. Nyaradzai Audrey Matambo 71

29. Oriada Dajko 73

30. Prachi Jha 74

31. Rachel Lauren Storm 76

32. Sahar Ajdamsani 77

33. Sara Aronovitch Karpanos 78

34. Simona 79

35. Simona Voica 82

36. Tabitha Lean 83

37. Teri Petz 86

38. Thembi Ntahane kaMahlangu 87

39. Tralone Lindiwe Khoza 88

40. Tsitsi Caroline Maurukira 89

41. Vanessa Chisakula 90

42. Violeta Stanković 95





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