A Holiday From Reality: womxn and social realism

The kitchen sink films of the 1950s and the social realist tradition of Ken Loach have come to define British working-class cinema, but since the 90s women and non-binary people have been key to reimagining its range. I wrote this essay on gender, class and film for the special ‘Class Ceiling’ issue of Sight & Sound.

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