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    The two-minute short, specially commissioned for International Women's Day, sees 007 star Daniel Craig undergo a dramatic makeover as he puts himself, quite literally, in a woman's shoes.

    Directed by acclaimed 'Nowhere Boy' director/conceptual artist Sam Taylor-Wood, scripted by Jane Goldman ('Kick Ass') and featuring the voice of Dame Judi Dench reprising her role as 'M', the film will be screened in cinemas and streamed online in a bid to highlight the levels of inequality that persist between men and women in the UK and worldwide. It is the first film featuring Bond to be directed by a woman.

    Director: Sam Taylor-Wood. Producer: Barbara Broccoli. Scriptwriter: Jane Goldman. Director of photography: Seamus McGarvey. Featuring the voice of Dame Judi Dench.

    Editor: Mel Agace
    Post production: Michael Sollinger
    Post production coordinator: Harriet Dale
    With thanks to all the team at Ascent, including Patrick Malone, Dean Harding,
    Grading: Robin Pizzey
    Deluxe grade production: Rob Farris
    Effects fix: Emily Greenwood
    Sound producer: Hannah Mills
    Sound: Simon Diggins and Peter Gleaves at Goldcrest

    The EQUALS partnership and Annie Lennox would like to thank all the production team, cast and crew that donated their time, vision and energy in the hope of a more equal world for women and girls. Show less
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