The UK's Birds Eye View Film Festival, dedicated to womenfilm-makers, is presenting the third part of this year'sfestival with a documentary programme at London's ICA from Sept 15-17.

The documentary festival includesthe UK premieres of AbbyEpstein's Until TheViolence Stops, Heather Lyn MacDonald's BeenRich All My Life, and Shelley Saywell's Martyr Street.

Other films selected includeLifeLike, The Intimacy OfStrangers, Greetings From Death Valley, Robert, Mary and Katrina, and several shorts.

Speakers will include singerMyleene Klass and director Amma Asante. The festival willhost a panel event for female documentary makers featuring film-maker Saira Shah and Jess Search of Britdoc and ShootingPeople.

Bird's Eye View started itsevents this year with an International Women's Day Gala in March and then helda shorts and feature festival in June, which also toured the UK.