Jun 06 2012 Mining Review 1st Year 1947-48 and related films and TV programmes at BFI Screenonline j hannj hannsson.com. Bill Morrisons Vimeo channel.
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BFI Screenonline Mining Review The 1940s1950s. 2019-11-15mining review the 1940s1950s the first thirteen years of the coal industrys own newsreel newsreels had been popular in cinemas since the first world war and were often the only way in which the public could see as well as read about current news stories.
Indeed later childrens programmes such as Postman Pat were arguably the long-term result of the public affection for the post office which the GPO Film Unit had been established to embed some 50 years earlier. Scott Anthony.
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Jun 05 2013 This 1956 French-Mexican co-production made during Bu uels years of self-imposed exile in Mexico is a thrilling action-adventure film set in an unnamed South American country where a government crackdown on diamond mining leads to a disparate band of fugitives including a priest Michel Piccoli a call-girl Simone Signoret a.
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This edition of Mining Review from January 1952 covers the inauguration of a new shaft in Nottinghamshire a free week at Pwllheli Butlins in Wales and a golfing break from work. Theres also a visit to Southall Studios where actor John Gregson shoots a scene from The Brave Dont Cry a dramatic recreation of a recent mining disaster. A retired mine inspector is on hand to make sure the set.
Legendary mining village Ashington is the star of this enjoyable issue of the coal industrys long running newsreel. A quietly moving report from its Rogation Sunday service opens the issue and a brisk but sweeping and stirring portrait of the Northumberland area closes it. Plus roller skating fun in Herne Bay and the great Ewan MacColl performing one of his coalmining folksongs.
From 15th Year Number 1 September 1961 the National Coal Boards own Film Unit produced the series until its demise in 1983. All issues of Mining Review were distributed to cinemas on 35mm by National Screen Services until 1955 and after by DATA Distribution.
Jun 06 2012 Going underground Lee Hall on the BFI National Archives treasure trove of films about the mining industry and the lost set of values it reveals October 2009 Underground overground Nick Bradshaw and James Bell watch two showcases of archive restorations at the 2009 London Film Festival online October 2009.
Feb 07 2011 A century of shipbuilding a century of superb British documentaries. Tales from the Shipyard is the latest instalment in the BFIs ongoing series of This Working Life projects. The overall remit is to celebrate Britains industrial past through its representation on film one which began in 2009 with King Coal a look at the history of mining and will culminate with an examination of the.
The Units films of the time also presage the documentary industrys own future development. For instance in 1947 Crown produced the first six issues of Mining Review for the recently created National Coal Board before the series was outsourced to the independent unit Data.
Oct 19 2009 Portrait of a Miner National Coal Board Collection Volume 1 The first collection of the wonderfully diverse and entertaining films of the National Coal Board Film Unit is released on DVD on 21 September 2009 as part of a major new BFI project This Working Life King Coal A Century of British Coalmining on Screen. This September the BFI launches This Working Life an ambitious three-year.
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