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Documentary, Short Films
Three films by British documentary pioneer Humphrey Jennings. In those days, nobody pretended that documentaries captured real life as it happened this is life re-created by those involved. But these films about Britain during World War Two are still both vital bits of history and great cinema. I Was a Fireman is about volunteers trying to deal with a city set ablaze by bombs, Diary For Timothy is about the early days of a baby born during the fighting, and Listen To Britain is a more atmospheric piece about the mood of the nation.
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Third in a series of collected documentaries made by the British postal service's film unit from 1939-40, as the nation crept into World War Two.
11+ years 260 mins
Comedy from Britain's famous Ealing Studios about a boy who's convinced a big robbery is being planned through the pages of a weekly comic.
7+ years 78 mins
Poetic, nostalgia-filled documentary by Liverpool-born director Terence Davies, looking back to the harsh post-war 1950s and 1960s in his home city.
14+ years 74 mins
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