Born A Rebel

Certificate: E

Running Time:
15 mins
English Subtitles:
Biography, Documentary, Film, History, Short Film
Born a Rebel is a 15 minute short film made by Cinema For All together with the Yorkshire, North East and North West Film Archives. The film is an exploration of women in protest across the North of England and marks 100 years since the start of women’s suffrage in the UK. The film is supported by the Women’s Vote Centenary Grant Scheme. Showing women’s lives from the suffragettes to the miner’s strikes, and much more, the film’s title is inspired by the first person we encounter in the film – suffragette Elizabeth Dean who, celebrating her 100th birthday, defiantly tells the camera: ‘Between you and I, I must have been born a rebel!’ Screen Vote 100: Born a Rebel now for just £30! Want to include Vote 100: Born a Rebel in your programme? Download our marketing pack and guidance. This film does not have a BBFC age certificate. Please talk to your local council and ask for an exemption. Please be aware that we will share screening data (the name of community cinema, the city/town or region and the number of attendees of each screening of Vote 100: Born a Rebel) with our project partners, Yorkshire and North East Film Archives and North West Film Archive. By screening this film you agree and understand to these screening terms and conditions.

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