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Documentary, Short Films
Way before the internet dominated the world's communications, the humble British postal service spawned an industry all of its own. Back in 1933, the General Post Office (GPO) founded the GPO Film Unit to alert everyone to its services - and hired some of the greatest young British filmmakers and artists around as it encouraged radical new ways of making films. The black and white shorts that came about as a result are fascinating, presenting a world that has been almost forgotten - but doing so in a daring, forward-looking style. Addressing The Nation is the first in a series of box sets that lovingly collect some of the greatest moments in a brilliant chapter in British film history.
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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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
An experimental early Soviet documentary that's still an incredible viewing experience today.
14+ years 68 mins
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