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On 14th June 1913, a memorial for activist Emily Davison took place within the premises of St. George's church in London. She died several days p… Read More
On 14th June 1913, a memorial for activist Emily Davison took place within the premises of St. George's church in London. She died several days previously as a result of a collision with the King's Horse Anmer at the Epsom Derby. 100 years later she is renunited with Anmer. This event is depicted through sound and visuals projected within the church. Read Less
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source: guardian.com
Emily Davison was a militant activist who campaigned for the Suffragette movement in Britain. In 1913, she died under the king's horse at the Epsom Derby. The horse was called Anmer. She was given a funeral at
St. George's Church, London which celebrated 100 years of her death. The film reconnects Emily and Anmer within the walls of the church while invoking the secretive atmosphere of the Suffragette movement during the time.
The film was screened at the Wilding Festival, 2013.

Credits:
Animation: Aindri Chakraborty
Cinematography: Oisín Mac Aodha
Sound design: NueN