Plan UK: What do girls really learn at school? by Marmalade Film and Media

Client: Plan UK
Date: Mar 2016
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As part of Plan UK’s flagship Because I am a Girl campaign, Marmalade Film & Media were delighted to collaborate with them to create: What girls really learn at school, a confronting impact film that shows the global reach of school-related gender-based violence in its many ugly forms.

To draw attention to this challenging issue, which affects 246 million children globally each year, we focused on the impact these damaging experiences have on schoolgirls, and their ability to learn. Following three stories from Kenya, Cambodia and the United Kingdom, we show that sexual violence against girls leads to a warped education.

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Creative Director: Claire Eades

Additional Credits: Director: Nick Bye

Director of Photography: Andrew Wiggins

Creative: Kim Godfrey-Hempsall

Editor: Paul Trewartha

Producer: Andy Brooking

Account Manager: Laura Morrison

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