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FREE CINEMA (BRITISH SOCIAL REALISM)

by Rath
Films 24
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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)
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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,...


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