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  1. Film and Television Awards

    Date released
    11 Mar 1974
    Series name
    British Movietone News
    Issue no
    NoS ID
    Story no
    3 / 4

    MOVIETONE CARD TITLE: Film & Tv Awards. DESCRIPTION: At the Royal Albert Hall, HRH Princess Anne, presented awards to the ‘Best’ in the film and television industry. SHOTLIST: CU large diaphragm lens. SV...

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  2. Charme Discret de la Bourgeoisie, Le (1972 Video)

    aka: Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie, The

    Luis Buñuel
    French studies; Media studies
    Sale, Videocassette. VHS. col. 97 min., 2000 sale: £12.99 (inclusive)

    Satirical comedy in which six middle-class friends attempt to dine together but are continually frustrated.

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  3. In the Forest (1978 Film)

    Phil Mulloy
    Phil Mulloy

    Animation. A fictional account of 400 years of the history of England in a series of tableaux, from the feudal communities of the Middle Ages, through the Industrial Revolution and the rise of the merchants...

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  4. Battle of Chile, The (3 Parts) (1973 Video)

    Patricio Guzman
    History; Politics & government
    Sale, DVD (Region 1 NTSC, 320 minutes), $440

    A portrait of the passions of a people divided and a nation on the brink of civil war. Patricio Guzman shot the whole of his three-part film with a team of six people constantly on the spot with as many...

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  5. Confessions of Winifred Wagner, The (1976 Film)

    Hans Jürgen Syberberg
    Film (16mm)

    Winifred Wagner was born in Hastings, England. Orphaned, she was adopted by Karl Klindworth, a friend of Richard Wagner. In 1914 she was taken to Bayreuth; one year later she married Richard Wagner’s son,...

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