'A Revolution in Four Seasons' (Screening with Q+A): Directed by Jessie Deeter, in 'A Revolution in Four Seasons', two politically-opposed young women fight to shape their lives - along with the political future of Tunisia - in the first four years following the revolution. Emna Ben Jemaa is a secular journalist fighting to keep religion out of government, whilst Jawhara Ettis works within Parliament to help gently guide the nation towards more Islamic principles. Both women exhibit remarkable determination, wisdom and resilience in their efforts to steer the country towards disparate versions of the perfect democracy. Through its central characters, the film embarks on an exploration of what it means to be a modern Islamic woman – balancing work, family, and politics in the context of a budding democracy. Taking place on 28 November, 2016 to be followed by a Q+A with Deeter, at the Frontline Club, Norfolk Place, London W2 1QJ.