Stephen Woolley: A Life In Film

Stephen Woolley

Made In Dagenham (2010)

Woolley teamed up with producer Elizabeth Karlsen and reunited with Bob Hoskins for something altogether more joyous than Mona Lisa in the form of a dramatisation of the 1968 strike at the Ford Dagenham car plant that saw female workers walk out in protest against sexual discrimination.



This might not sound like a laugh-riot but with Sally Hawkins, Andrea Riseborough, Jaime Winston and Daniel Mays alongside Hoskins, you’re safely in classic Brit-com territory, something backed up by the recent musical version of the film starring Gemma Arteton that has taken the West End by storm.


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