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After the Blizzard (1926)

North Wales is transformed into a picturesque Narnia in this beautiful snowy hike through the countryside. After some pretty shots of ... tags: 1920s bfi bfifilms blizzard cold ice snow

What Do You Do On Friday Night? (c.1926)

An amateur advertisement for the Varsity Dance Club in Cambridge, made for screening in local cinemas. Its tone parodies the recruitment ... tags: 1920s bfi bfifilms cambridge dance dancing england

A Job in a Million (1937) - extract

The story of an 'undersized' Cockney lad, John Truman, who, at a young age, joins the Post Office as a trainee messenger boy and serves a ... tags: 1930s apprentice bfi national archive bfifilms Britain England GPO

One Potato, Two Potato (1957) - extract

Filmed over a 12-month period by Leslie Daiken, this study of children's games played in London streets and playgrounds stands out for its ... tags: BFI National Archive bfifilms bonfire Bonfire Night children Fireworks games

The National Film Theatre, 1964

This extract from the 1964 short 'South Bank' offers a tantalising glimpse inside the National Film Theatre over four decades before its ... tags: 1960s arthouse BFI Southbank bfifilms cinema London London Film Festival

Search Your Film Archives: Dance

Search Your Film Archives is a free online resource that allows you to explore Britain's film heritage, and where available, watch videos ... tags: 1950s bfifilms clap your hands say yeah dance dancing looking for langston momma dont allow

Search Your Film Archives: Holidays

Search Your Film Archives is a free online resource that allows you to explore Britain's film heritage, and where available, watch videos ... tags: 1920s 1960s amusement park archive babies bfifilms children

Your Q&A with Ken Loach (answers)

We are celebrating the career of Ken Loach, one of the UK's most distinguished and controversial directors, at BFI Southbank and at venues ... tags: bfifilms British Cathy Come Home cinema film Filmmaking Footballers Wives

Ken Loach and The Wednesday Play

In this short film we discover how and why The Wednesday Play began, who made it and why it is considered so important in the history of ... tags: BBC bfifilms Ken Loach television drama Up the Junction Wednesday PlayBBC

Ken Loach on Sweet Sixteen

This short film explores some of the techniques that Ken Loach and his team use to achieve a naturalistic style, while we learn the meaning ... tags: acting Barry Ackroyd bfifilms drama filmmaking Ken Loach Martin Compston

Your Q&A with Ken Loach (questions)

To mark the career of Ken Loach, one of Britain's most distinguished and controversial filmmakers, the director will be answering your ... tags: bfifilms Cathy Come Home Ken Kes Loach

Lace (1930)

An excellent example of an 'industrial', a short silent film showing lace-making processes in a huge Nottingham factory with intertitles ... tags: BFI bfifilms Britain England factory fashion lace