Out to lunch

Description

English

This animated clip takes a creative look at the way in which language can marginalise women. It was made in 1989 by Leeds Animation Workshop.

Leeds Animation Workshop

Leeds Animation Workshop is a not-for-profit organisation that was set up in 1976 by a group of women friends. Since its beginning it has always been run by women and creates films that make ‘complex or sensitive issues more accessible to audiences, and at times offering an alternative point of view’.

You can see more clips from Leeds Animation Workshop in Education, Equality and Work, Family and Children and Politics and Legislation.

Title:
Out to lunch
Date:
1989
Duration:
00:53
Format:
Video
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Leeds Animation Workshop
Held by
Leeds Animation Workshop

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