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Based on a true story, Drama, Period and Historical
The 1970 Miss World pageant, held at the Royal Albert Hall in London, was made infamous by several high-profile controversies before and during the proceedings. This film follows the Women’s Liberation Front as they hatch a plan to disrupt the competition in order to spotlight feminist concerns whilst two other women are amongst the favourites to become the first black winners of Miss World in the event’s history. Looking back at the political and social conversations that were occurring at the time whilst also spotlighting contemporary issues, this drama is a culturally aware and slickly entertaining slice of British cinema.
A girl from Norwich is offered wrestling try-outs with the WWE but must leave her family behind if she is to follow her dream.
11–16 years 108 mins
Biopic of American lawyer and professor Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her struggle for gender equality as she prepares for a landmark case in her career.
11–16 years 120 mins
Available to stream
During World War Two, a young woman discovers she has an inspiring way with words when she is taken on as a scriptwriter for propaganda films.
11+ years 117 mins
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Actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw discusses intersectionality, female power and representation.
Reading time 5 mins
Misbehaviour tells the story of the controversial 1970 Miss World pageant in London whilst Sorry We Missed You leads this week's DVD releases.
Reading time 3 mins
Ken Loach turns a critical eye on zero-hour contracts in Sorry We Missed You whilst British comedy-drama Misbehaviour leads this week's cinema releases.
Reading time 2 mins
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