In the summer of Vote 100, 1000 Londoners return to cinema with their most successful season ever ‘Century: 10 Women x 10 Decades’.
With ‘Century’ we celebrate women in London and what it is like to be a woman in the city, through the lives of 10 women, born in 10 different decades.
Trailing the 90th anniversary of the 1928 Equal Franchise Act, on 3 July 7pm at Deptford Cinema you will see 10 film portraits about brave, pioneering, funny and unique women from 0-100.
Meet Dame Jocelyn Barrow, knighted for her work in race relations and Paralympic athlete Susie Rodgers, who won gold at Rio 2016. There is a Rabbi, a wild swimmer, a young mum evicted from her home, a bodybuilder and a vascular surgeon. Audiences will also get to watch rarely seen archive footage of women in London over the past century.
See more at https://www.1000londoners.com/about/
- dir: Chocolate Films
- Year: 2017
- country: UK
- run-time: 40m films +discussion time.
- rating: U
£6.00 (£4.50 conc.)
Doors 19:00 - Film 19:30