To Be A Woman
The film "To Be a Woman" from 1951 focuses on the life and struggles of Jil Craigie, one of the first well-known female filmmakers from the UK. As the inequities in the workplace were rising in post-war Britain, Craigie decided to draw attention to issues, such as child refugees and bad working conditions through making movies.
Have you not seen this film yet?
The Institute of Historical Research is holding the IHR Friends Film Evening on the 21st of March, where you will have the opportunity to watch it, following by a discussion afterwards. Click on the event below to find out more!