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Period and Historical, Short Films, War Films
Somme Tales is a stop-motion animation film created by a group of young people aged 16-19 and filmmaker Nigel Kellaway in response to original archival documents held at The National Archives – the official archive of the UK government. Commemorations of the Battle of the Somme often materialise as books or documentaries, but using the archives as inspiration, these young filmmakers posed provocative and overarching questions on the worth of war and human sacrifice by creating beautiful animations. These were knitted together into an inspiring and moving stop-motion animation film. This title is also available to view on our online Vimeo channel, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Dramatic World War One film from author Michael Morpurgo, charting the story of two brothers journeying to No Man's Land.
11–16 years 102 mins
Stop-motion animation created by a group of young people working with The National Archives telling the story of the Suffrage movement.
7–16 years 15 mins
A group of young soldiers, led by an increasingly unstable Officer, await their fate in the trenches of France towards the end of World War One.
11+ years 108 mins
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