Bryony Dixon has researched and written on many aspects of early and silent film, and co-directs the annual British Silent Film Festival, as well as programming for a variety of film festivals and events worldwide. Now the BFI’s silent film curator, Bryony oversees its archive of suffragette films, and will discuss how the battle for women’s suffrage in the early years of the 20th century was captured – and carried out – on film.
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Earlier Event: October 23Helen Pankhurst on Deeds Not Words: reading and Q&A
Later Event: October 26Introduction to Inkblots & Love, Sex and Inkblots double bill