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Documentary, Short Films
Britain on Film is a project developed by the British Film Institute (BFI), in partnership with a group of regional archives, bringing together hidden histories and forgotten stories of people across the UK. Entirely digitised on the BFI Player, the collection features thousands of film and TV titles, as well as old commercials, home movie footage, anything that captures a sense of life in Britain! Spanning 120 years and the entire history of the moving image, this is an extraordinary, ever-expanding archive and a unique document of the country’s heritage. Full of humour and weirdness, as well as poignancy and historical intrigue, you can explore the richness of the archive by clicking on the following link: http://player.bfi.org.uk/britain-on-film/
A film guide that looks at Big City Stories (Primary) , exploring its key topics and themes through informal...
A film guide that looks at Britain on Film (Primary), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
This black and white documentary collection from the start of the last century is a fascinating glimpse into everyday life in Edwardian Britain.
11+ years 68 mins
Ambitious gathering of snippets from public lives that illustrates both the rich diversity and similarities of the human experience.
11+ years 91 mins
A selection of sixteen short films on identity made by young people from all over the UK.
11+ years 88 mins
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