Die Suffragette 18
From the archive
This film was last shown on 17 November 2015
Based on the life of Christabel Pankhurst. A film that marks the pivotal actions and political convictions of Nelly Panburne - most notably putting a bomb under the chair of the suffragette’s opposition, Lord Ascue. Can rebellious actions be dissolved by love in unexpected places?
Featuring a specially commissioned live score by Jim Ghedi
Jim Ghedi is a highly respected solo finger-style guitarist based in the Yorkshire hills of Sheffield, England. Having spent time living & travelling around Northern Europe, experimenting with various genre's of music and art he has now returned with a focused and signature sound. Exploring finger-style experimental Guitar composition, with a wide repertoire of influences ranging from African music, American Primitive, Spanish and classical music of Europe.
Since Jim has been back he is currently on a 2 month UK Tour releasing his debut album on Cambrian Records 'Home is where i exist, now to live & die' as well as finding himself collaborating extensively. He will be scoring a live soundtrack for the film bringing his music companions Toby Hay & Ric Booth alongside him
- 60 mins
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