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Suffrage Tales is a stop-motion animation film created by a group of 14 young people and filmmaker Nigel Kellaway in response to original archival documents held at The National Archives – the official archive of the UK government. As the power of the vote comes under scrutiny and provokes highly contentious debate, the film throws light upon the historical context of franchise in a uniquely refreshing way. The young people drew upon a wide range of documents from the collections, such as from the Metropolitan police and Home Office, to produce a stimulating response which authentically conveys their own opinions on the hidden stories in the fight for women’s suffrage. This title is also available to view on our online Vimeo channel, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
A collection of extraordinary footage from the BFI National Archive capturing the suffragette movement in the early 20th century.
11+ years 45 mins
A collection of short films that incorporate archive film or audio footage to tell stories.
All ages 30 mins
A powerful depiction of the rise of the Suffragist movement and some of the British women involved.
11+ years 106 mins
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