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Untitled Clementine Churchill Biopic

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Synopsis

Adapted from the biography of Clementine Churchill (Winston Churchill’s influential wife), written by the youngest of their five children Mary Soames.
Soames’ book, published in 1979, details her mother’s crucial role in Winston’s political life; he often said England winning World War II would have been “impossible without her.” Fiercely independent, Clementine was known for her aid work across both world wars, organizing canteens for munitions workers during WWI and serving as a chairman of the Red Cross Aid to Russia Fund during WWII as well as chairman of the Fulmer Chase Maternity Hospital for Wives of Junior Officers. She eventually was appointed as Dame Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire.

Details

Year
2020
Type of film
Features
Producer
Trudie Styler, Celine Rattray, Sayoko Teitelbaum
Screenwriter
Margaret Nagle (adaptation), Mary Soams (biography)

Genre

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Last updated 18th July 2018

Production Company

Maven Pictures (US, UK)

Maven Pictures (UK)
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