The War, the Air Force and the Search for Realist Cinema in Britain, 1941-1942

Michael París


The decade or so that began in 1940 is generally regarded as the 'golden age' of British cinema. The experience of fighting total war regenerated the film industry and forced filmmakers into attempting to create a distinctively 'British' cinema, which would both promote the national interest and record the experience of a nation fighting for its life. By and large they succeeded, and the films produced during the war and after, won considerable popular and critical approval.

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