Set in a housing scheme in Manchester and the streets of
King's Cross, London Based on fact, AWAYDAY traces one
week in the lives of two sharp, energetic, unemployed teenage women, both looking for a way out.
This is a cinematographic journey through the photographic atmospheres of Bill Brandt, Britain's master photographer, who was born in 1904 and died in 1983. Bill Brandt, who first worked with Man ... More »
A lyrical documentary which tells of the life of Tony Brewer, one of the last Mudhorse Fishermen to catch shrimps by the ... ancient method, whose livelihood is probably threatened by waste from a ... More »
Leigh's best-known film in Australia is the most sophisticated of his television-films and one of the great British films of the decade. Made not for the BBC but for Central Television, the film was ... More »
It is he year 1922. A British solider who has been fighting on the Ottoman front, has been wounded, captured, imprisoned and tortured ...Has witnessed destruction, barbarism, massacres, inhumanity of ... More »
Though beautifully made and acted, "Meantime" is definitely I minority-audience film. It concerns an East End family Husband, wife, two grown sons, Mark a cynic, and Colin, a bit simple-minded. The ... More »