Ken Cameron

Born: 1 December 1915, Wendover, Bucks.
Died: 18 August 2000

Highlighted works

  • The Moving Spirit

    The Moving Spirit

    The Moving Spirit is a stylish cartoon summary of the development of the modern motor, carrying its promotional message for sponsor BP with subtlety and skill.

  • Health in War

    Health in War

    This information film offers revealing insights into the re-structuring of health services in London and elsewhere in Britain following the outbreak of WWII.

  • War and Order

    War and Order

    This fast-paced, no-nonsense review of the work of the police force during hostilities was one of the last films produced by the celebrated General Post Office Film Unit.

  • The Eighty Days

    The Eighty Days

    This public information film details the bombardment of London and the Southeast by the terrifying V-1 flying bomb, known as the ‘doodlebug’, and outlines Britain’s defences.

  • Here's Health

    Here's Health

    This dramatised film promoting the birth of the NHS weaves a family and community story around the cases of a hard-working local doctor.

  • This Sporting Life

    This Sporting Life

    Director Lindsay Anderson and leading man Richard Harris put themselves on the map with this riveting study of a rugby-league player tormented by feelings for a grieving widow.

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