John Grierson; Robert Joseph Flaherty; Len Lye; Julian Huxley; Hilary Harris; Gaumont British Picture Corp.; Templar Film Studios.; Great Britain. Post Office. Film Unit.; New Era Films, Ltd.; Treasure Chest (Firm); Contemporary Films (Firm); Clyde Shipbuilders' Association.; Films of Scotland (Organization); Hollywood's Attic (Firm)
|注意：||Title from label.
Originally issued as motion pictures between 1931 and 1960.
|描述：||1 videocassette (78 min.) : sd., b&w and col. ; 1/2 in.|
|内容：||Industrial Britain (22 min.) / Gaumont British Picture Corporation Ltd. ; production, Greirson-Flaherty --
A colour box (4 min.) / by Len Lye ; the G.P.O. Film Unit presents --
Granton trawler (12 min.) / New Era Films, Ltd. presents --
The private life of the gannets (10 min.) / a Treasure Chest production by Julian Huxley --
Seawards the great ships (30 min.) / Contemporary Films presents a film by John Grierson for the Clyde Shipbuilders' Association and the Films of Scotland Committee ; produced by Templar Film Studios ; commentary written by Clifford Harris ; directed by Hilary Harris.
Private life of the gannets.
Seawards the great ships.
Five documentaries circa 1931 to 1960 by John Grierson
Documentary masterpieces by John Grierson
A compilation of documentary films. Industrial Britain examines Britain's factories and mines during the early 1930s. A colour box is an experimental film in which abstract images dance across the screen to Latin music. Granton trawler is about fishermen engaged in dragnet fishing off the coast of Scotland. The private lives of the gannets is a study of the behaviour patterns and lives of a bird colony of gannets situated on Grassholm Island, Wales. Seawards the great ships examines the Clyde River in Scotland to observe men assembling materials, constructing, and launching a variety of vessels.
- Documentary films -- Great Britain.
- Industries -- Great Britain.
- Great Britain -- Economic conditions -- 1918-1945.
- Experimental films -- Great Britain.
- Fishing -- Scotland.
- Gannets -- Wales.
- Shipbuilding -- Scotland.
- Documentary films.
- Economic history.
- Experimental films.
- Great Britain.