My films

The 'My films' feature allows you to build a personal list of films from the Moving Image Archive catalogue. To add films to your list use the 'Add to my films' button on the full description page for each film or in your search results.

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'ETHEL MOORHEAD' added to 'My films'.

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Ethel Moorhead was one of the many active campaigners for the vote between 1912-1914. Her crimes against property and defiant stance towards the state created her notorious reputation. She was the first Scottish Suffragette to be force fed whilst on hunger-strike in Calton jail, Edinburgh. This film features dramatic reconstructions of her story. [Part of the Scottish Film Council & STV First Reels Scheme 1995]