Queen Rules: Social Experiment

The social experiment film aimed to see how adults would deal with gender bias when the cards are on the table. Would they blindly teach children that boys are better than girls? Or would they change the rules? Inspired by a real conversation with a five-year-old girl about why Kings were ‘better’ than Queens, we asked adults to teach a small girl a simple card game. But when explaining why Kings outrank Queens, it was the adults that learned something far more important.

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Mar 06, 2018
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Go to the profile of Lisa Pilbeam Clarke

Lisa Pilbeam Clarke

Head of New Business , FCB Inferno

We are inundated with thousands of commercial messages every day. Sadly, most of our industry’s output is at best formulaic and forgettable. At worst, it’s an irritant or even a social pollutant. We believe that commercially and morally, we have an obligation to make our work interesting. Not just because it’s noticed more, engaged with more and shared more. But because it is only the more interesting work that can break through the noise and make a commercial difference to our clients’ businesses. We will always fight for creative which adds to the global stock of interesting. Your success is our success.

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