Watch Sisters with Transistors panel discussion, moderated by Kate Butler
Sisters with Transistors, directed by Lisa Rovner, was presented by aemi, Dublin Feminist Film Festival and IFI between 5 – 9 March 2021, more info here
To mark International Women’s Day on 8 March 2021, a watch-along screening of the film took place, followed by a live panel made up of women currently working in the Irish electronic music scene. This event was moderated by Kate Butler and speakers Linda Buckley, Celaviedmai, Michelle Doyle and Syn responded to Sisters with Transistors; describing how the women portrayed in the film have influenced their own practice.
Watch the Sisters with Transistors panel discussion here
Kate Butler – moderator
Kate Butler is a writer and DJ, with a monthly music show on Dublin Digital Radio
Photo credit: Malcolm McGettigan
Galway born Celaviedmai is a female artist making waves in the Irish rap and hip-hop scene. Mai is best known for her powerful performances and clever, sexually charged lyrics.
Photo credit: Bekah Molony
Michelle Doyle is a visual artist and musician based in Dublin, who works through sound, film and sculpture.
Photo credit: Cait Fahey
Linda Buckley is an Irish composer/performer based in Glasgow who creates electronic and acoustic music, often in the realm of glitch, drone and dark ambient.
Photo credit: Olesya Zdorovetska
Born from the fiery depths of hell, Syn is an impish minx and 1 DJ you don’t want to fuck with
Photo credit: Donal Talbot