Radical film at the
dawn of a new society

Radical film
at the dawn of
a new society


Radical film
at the dawn
of a new


Dina El Kaisy Friemuth, Neda Sanai, Anita Beikpour
Instead of reaching out to be rejected, tokenized or stepped over, DNA organizes, takes ownership, and creates communal agency. In this case, the collective is a feminist strategy that cancels the singular artist model as a producer of finished art commodities.
In a time when IRL gatherings have to reorganize, the Hydrocapsules.love project interrogates how a message can be shared. Even as we move fast and face the uncertainty of in-person reunion, depth can come through as a slogan. It is not only words describing a meaning but the combination of the object, the words, and the placement.


We will show two of our latest short films: Welcome to the Crisis and Fluid Organisms, 2020 and talk about how working together works, how knowledge has to be made accessible and how to use film as a medium through which we can all participate.


D.N.A. brings FCNN’s members Anita Beikpour and Dina El Kaisy Friemuth together with artist and music producer Neda Sanai. Since its inception in 2016, FCNN – Feminist Collective With No Name has compiled a variety of initiatives internationally. Since joining with Neda Sanai in 2020, they have started a new project, hydrocapsules.love, which functions as an eco-feminist organism of different collaborations and conversations about a socio-ecological time and space in crisis.