Premiering today as part of CB Fest is Le Clitoris (2016) by Lori Malépart-Traversy, the rare film that manages to be cheeky and edifying at the same time.

Malépart-Traversy graduated with this film from Concordia University in Canada. Within the span of just a few minutes, her animated documentary manages to demystify the scientific, psychological, and social view on the female body part throughout history. After watching the film, check out our visual essay below with comments from the director.

If you enjoy the film and want to see more independent animation like it, help spread Le Clitoris on Vimeo, Youtube, and Facebook.


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Tunde Vollenbroek

Tunde Vollenbroek

Tunde Vollenbroek is a writer at Cartoon Brew, focusing on issues related to professional development. She is currently the head of programming at KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival, and a producer at Studio Pupil.

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