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Shooting the Message: The Films of John Krish
This recently filmed interview with John Krish surveys the acclaimed director's career in film.
Inside Film 2013 34 mins
The film follows John Krish from his time as a young man working for the Crown Film Unit, through to his work in feature films, including Captured, and later documentaries made for the Central Office of Information (COI) and British Transport Films (BTF).
This title is also available on the DVD/Blu-ray 'Captured' in the BFI Flipside collection.
What's in a Number
Documentary drama 1948 1 mins
National insurance made amusing by the eccentric Richard Massingham.
Pattern for Progress
Industry sponsored film 1948 42 mins Location: Ebbw Vale/Glyn Ebwy
The drama and spectacle of steelmaking at Ebbw Vale.
Public Information Filler 1974 1 mins
John Krish’s haunting fire prevention film prowls through a carefully designed burned-out shell of a set.
Only a Fool Breaks the Second Rule - Pile-up
Public Information Filler 1975 1 mins Silent
A mysterious stranger foreshadows Death, but is good enough to give a handy driving safety tip along the way
Documentary 1948 1 mins
One of several highly entertaining films from Richard Massingham about the dangers of uncontrolled sneezing.
Return to Life
Documentary 1960 29 mins
John Krish’s deeply compassionate documentary on the resettlement of refugees in Britain; made to mark World Refugee Year 1959.
Pall Mall and Hyde Park Corner
Non-Fiction 1901 1 mins Silent Location: London
Capital scenes thanks to Victorian filmmakers
Afternoon Tea in the Garden of Clarence House
Non-Fiction 1897 0 mins Silent
Members of Queen Victoria's extended family being natural for the cameras
Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee (Prince Edward)
1897 0 mins
Jubilee Procession: Leeds
Non-Fiction 1897 3 mins
Dogs in the Surf
Non-Fiction 1901 1 mins Silent
Victorian pooches at play
Royal Leinster Regiment Halifax
1900 1 mins Silent
A brisk drill on a cold winter's day