Conversations with my Mothers is a film produced as part of the final project for my MA in Graphic Arts. The film explores the views and experiences of womanhood according to three generations of one family. Produced from a feminist perspective, it touches on themes of internalised misogyny, pervasive messaging, and the role of the media in influencing gender roles. More broadly, it also raises questions about societal contexts, knowledge formation, and storytelling. How does the society in which we grow up influence how we feel about ourselves as women? How big is the difference in views from generation to generation and is this a cause of tension? How do we narrativize our experiences so that they become “knowledge” and how do we impart that knowledge to others?