Christine Roche

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Christine Roche an illustrator, cartoonist, and film-maker who lives and works in London.[1] Her work has appeared in many books, as well as publications including New Society and the New Statesman.

Biography[edit]

Christine Roche has illustrated many books, both for children and adults books, and works with a number of leading publishers. She has produced animated films for Channel 4 and UNICEF and lectures at the London College of Communication[2] and is a visiting tutor at the Royal College of Art.[3]

She was a member of the Hackney Flashers collective of feminist photographers in the 1970s.

She is author of I'm Not a Feminist But...(1985) which she made into an animated film with Marjut Rimminen.[4]

She also directed the short animated films The Stain (1991) [5] viewable at the Internet Archive and Someone Must Be Trusted (1987).[6]

She 'designed' the characters[7] in the children's television cartoon series Treasure[8]

Her work appears in the anthology Funny Girls - Cartooning for Equality edited by Diane Atkinson (Penguin Books 1997)[9]

Bibliography[edit]

As author[edit]

As illustrator[edit]

978-0-340-66719-4

Filmography[edit]

The Stain (1991) [1]
Someone Must Be Trusted (1987) - one of a series of 4 short animated documentaries about Women and the Law [10]
I'm Not a Feminist But...(1985)[4]

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