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FREE CINEMA (BRITISH SOCIAL REALISM)

by Rath
FREE CINEMA (BRITISH SOCIAL REALISM) by Rath
Free Cinema was a documentary film movement that emerged in England in the mid-1950s. The term referred to an absence of propagandised intent or deliberate box office appeal. Co-founded by Lindsay Anderson, though he later disdained the ‘movement’ tag, with Karel Reisz, Tony Richardson and Lorenza Mazzetti. (From WIKIPEDIA) CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER. ALSO: 24 WAKEFIELD EXPRESS (Lindsay Anderson, 1952) 25 MOMMA DON´T ALLOW (Karel Reisz and Tony Richardson, 1955) 26 NICE TIME (Claude Goretta and Alain Tanner, 1957) 27 EVERY DAY EXCEPT CHRISTMAS (Karel Reisz and Tony Richardson, 1957) 28 MORNING IN THE STREETS (Denis Mitchell and Roy… Read more

Free Cinema was a documentary film movement that emerged in England in the mid-1950s. The term referred to an absence of propagandised intent or deliberate box office appeal. Co-founded by Lindsay Anderson, though he later disdained the ‘movement’ tag, with Karel Reisz, Tony Richardson and Lorenza Mazzetti. (From WIKIPEDIA)
CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER.

ALSO:

24 WAKEFIELD EXPRESS (Lindsay Anderson, 1952)
25 MOMMA DON´T ALLOW (Karel Reisz and Tony Richardson, 1955)
26 NICE TIME (Claude Goretta and Alain Tanner, 1957)
27 EVERY DAY EXCEPT CHRISTMAS (Karel Reisz and Tony Richardson, 1957)
28 MORNING IN THE STREETS (Denis Mitchell and Roy Harris, 1959)
29 MARCH TO ALDERMASTON (Anonymous. Produced by Lindsay Anderson and Karel Reisz, 1959)
30 ENGINEMEN (Michael Grigsby, 1959)
31 REFUGE ENGLAND (Robert Vas, 1959)
32 TOGETHER (Lorenza Mazzetti and Denis Horne, 1961)
33 TERMINUS (John Schlesinger, 1961)
34 THE SATURDAY MEN (John Fletcher, 1962)
35 THE VANISHING STREET (Robert Vas, 1962)
36 TOMORROW´S SATURDAY (Michael Grigsby, 1962)
37 NINE, DALMUIR WEST (Kevin Brownlow, 1962)
38 GALA DAY (John Irvin, 1963)
39 THE GUEST (Clive Donner, 1963)
40 RED AND BLUE (Tony Richardson, 1967)

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