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Documentary, Period and Historical, Short Films, Silent, War Films
Rediscovered and restored from 800 rolls of early film found in a shop's basement, this black and white documentary collection from the start of the last century is a fascinating glimpse into everyday life in Edwardian Britain. Originally made by filmmaking pair Mitchell and Kenyon for screening in town halls and village fairs, locals paid to see their families and neighbours on screen playing football, leaving work for the day at the factory and enjoying annual holidays. Focusing on major themes such as sport and Industry, but revealing how little people have changed in essence, watching this is like stepping back in time.
E means that the film's distributor believes the film to be 'exempt' from a BBFC age rating. E certificate films are often designed to inform, educate or instruct.
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Compiled from rediscovered silent documentary footage - a remarkable window on Britain's sporting past.
7+ years 108 mins
An experimental early Soviet documentary that's still an incredible viewing experience today.
14+ years 68 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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Exploring the highlights of Into Film's rich and varied catalogue of Archive film from across the decades
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The best short films and short film programmes for primary ages available on the Into Film catalogue that are great for literacy learning.
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