Synopsis: An unassuming seamstress is confronted by an undercover policeman seeking to track down members of the Suffragette movement. An action-packed slice of history delivered with an uppercut to the gut.
About the Filmmaker: Jade Ang Jackman is an award-winning director whose work can be identified by its energetic and vibrant qualities as well as her interest in sport and action. She seeks to collaborate with people who’ve traditionally been sidelined from these spaces. She has worked with several Olympic athletes and brands spanning from UEFA, Channel 4, Gucci, Canon, Audible etc. Her short film, Speed of Sound, about Paralympic gold medallist Carina Edlinger, won best sports film in a prize supported by Arcteryx.
This film is showing in the Shorts for Teen Audiences screening at The Forum Auditorium on 19th November at 10:30.
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Selected films from the Shorts for Teen Audiences strand will be available online from 20th November until 3rd December.
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