Film School: Suffragette Documentaries

Suffragette Surveillance via The National Archives / Museum Crush Suffragette Surveillance via The National Archives / Museum Crush

Three different ways to tell the same true story, using mostly or only archive footage and photographs.

19th Amendment: ‘A Start, Not A Finish’ For Suffrage ties together its archive footage with talking head narration, but still uses minimal basic motion such as position and scale to add movement (via NPR):

This video on ‘The 19th Amendment‘ introduces more movement to its text and hand-drawn elements, as well as revealing colour in its still images over time (via History Channel):

This video on ‘The most notorious act of protest for women’s suffrage‘ features more involved VFX details, including more involved text animation, scribbles and hand-drawn elements (via Vox):