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  • From The Naked City to Double Indemnity – why the 1940s is ...

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    The 1940s sundered the 20th century, dispatching an entire global framework and any number of abiding social orders to the ashcan of history. It offered both pinnacle and nadir of human achievement, along with 60 million dead, Auschwitz, Hiroshima and the iron curtain. Inevitably, they changed

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  • Humphrey Jennings - Wikipedia

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    Frank Humphrey Sinkler Jennings (19 August 1907 – 24 September 1950) was an English documentary filmmaker and one of the founders of the Mass Observation organisation.

  • BFI Screenonline: Jennings, Humphrey (1907-1950) Biography

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    Director, Writer. Humphrey Jennings was born in Walberswick, Suffolk on 19 August 1907 and became not only a filmmaker but a photographer, literary critic, theatrical designer, poet, painter and theorist of modern art.

  • Humphrey Jennings - IMDb

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    Humphrey Jennings, born in 1907, was a writer, set designer, painter, editor and, perhaps most famously, a director of ground-breaking documentary films for the renowned GPO film unit: Listen to Britain (1942), Fires Were Started (1943) and A Diary for Timothy (1945), films that changed the face of public service broadcasting.

  • Humphrey Jennings, my father | BFI

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    My father, Humphrey Jennings, died over 60 years ago. He would have grown to a great age – his younger brother died only last year aged 97. To me it still seems strange that such a strong personality has gone, yet of course he survives in his films.

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    We work out the trending price by crunching the data on the product’s sale price over the last 90 days. New refers to a brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item, while Used refers to an item that has been used previously.

  • Humphrey Jennings: Amazon.co.uk: Kevin Jackson ...

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    Humphrey Jennings, born in 1907, was a writer, set designer, painter, editor and, perhaps most famously, a director of ground-breaking documentary films for the renowned GPO film unit: Listen to Britain, Fires Were Started and A Diary for Timothy -- films which changed the face of public service broadcasting.

  • Humphrey Jennings: The Man Who Listened to Britain (TV ...

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    Respectable, appreciative TV documentary study of Humphrey Jennings, who they call (ominously) "the only poet of British Cinema," determined to relate him to the high art tradition.

  • The Complete Humphrey Jennings Volume One: The First Days ...

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    Product Description. THE COMPLETE HUMPHREY JENNINGS VOLUME 1: THE FIRST DAYS (DVD & Blu-ray) Films by Humphrey Jennings. Widely considered to be one of Britain's greatest filmmakers, Humphrey Jennings has long been celebrated as the director of works which beautifully capture the everyday heroism in times of war and peace.

  • Humphrey Jennings - Shop

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    One of Britain’s greatest documentary filmmakers, Humphrey Jennings has long been acclaimed for films such as Listen to Britain and Fires Were Started, which beautifully evoke everyday heroism in times of war and peace.

  • William Jennens - Wikipedia

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    William Jennens (possibly Jennings) (1701–1798), also known as William the Miser, William the Rich, and The Miser of Acton, was a reclusive financier who lived at Acton Place in the village of Acton, Suffolk, England.

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