Baileys Women's Prize For Fiction
Trailer for the THIS BOOK & ME series for Sky Arts broadcast in September 2014. Jennifer Saunders, Caitlin Moran, Mary Beard, Joanna Trollope, Edith Bowman, Sharleen Spiteri, Grace Dent, Dawn O'Porter, Martha Lane-Fox, Zawe Ashton, Kate Mosse, Saffron Burrows, Sandi Toskvig, Katherine Granger, Gwendoline Christie, Baroness Amos,Shami Chakrabarti and Tanni Grey-Thompson, all discuss their love books and the influences they have had over them.
We produced a unique, interactive editorial containing filmed content, archive footage, images and audio recordings, alongside a written account telling the story of Victoria’s rise from red-carpet favourite to the Creative Director of her personal luxury brand.
Jessica's Story by Libby Spears profiles Jessica as she shares her story of being sex trafficked as a child. Artist Lydiaemily Archibald paints a large mural in Los Angeles's infamous Skid Row to capture Jessica's spirit and resilience.
Only 26 percent of women in Pakistan are literate. Many families do not educate their daughters because of societal and religious pressures, and in the last 6 years Islamic militants have blown up more than 600 schools across the country. Humaira: The Dream Catcher chronicles the life of a young woman who is fighting to educate girls in her community. Through sheer determination, she has set up a school that now educates over 1200 children.
Dan Reed's #SHOUTINGBACK tells the story, of how one remarkable woman has harnessed the power of social media to inspire tens of thousands of women to shout back. Laura Bates, a journalist and activists highlights the issue of sexual harassment and objectification of women.
The story of Sepideh, a young Iranian astronomer who dreams of becoming an astronaut. The film tells the story of a young woman who dares to pursue her dream despite the many societal pressures and familial obligations that threaten to block her path.
Baileys Women's Prize For Fiction.
Katherine Granger, Grace Dent, and Sharleen Spiteri amongst others discuss where their love of books began.
Sandi Toksvig, Edith Bowman and Caitlin Moran amongst other discuus the importance of passing of their love of books.
We asked women, including Edith Bowman, Susanna Reid and Joanna Trollope to explain why they think certain books have the near-magical power to change us.
Caitlin Moran would be a two-headed alien, and Jennifer Saunders a pathologist. We asked a bevy of amazing women: Which non-fiction character would they play.