Touching on diverse communities and histories, these documentaries and feature films tell stories of women around the world. Kurt Ganapathy picks the highlights.

!Women Art Revolution • (USA) Drawing from more than 400 hours of footage, director Lynn Hershmann-Leeson celebrates, critiques and charts the evolving presence of women in art over the last 40 years. November 25

Feet Unbound • (Singapore) A journalist from Beijing follows the route of the Red Army’s Long March, telling the tales of the women soldiers who lived through it and viewing it from the perspective of a modern Chinese woman. December 2

Koundi and the National Thursday • (Cameroon) A village in Cameroon, which produces timber, decides to move into farming cocoa. Every Thursday, they meet to work on the cocoa field together. December 3

Jeanne Dielman, 23 quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles • (Belgium) In this 1975 film, widely regarded as a landmark among feminist film theorists, we follow the daily routine of a widow as she cooks, cleans, takes care of her son and prostitutes herself. December 10

The Beaches of Agnes • (France) The only female director of the French New Wave movement, Agnès Varda, tells her own life story. December 16

Attenberg • (Greece) A young woman confused by intimacy tends to her terminally ill father while learning more about sex from her more experienced best friend in this quirky coming-of-age film. December 17

All screenings for Women in Film are at 7:30pm, Moving Image Gallery.