A fascinating look at the social history of Britain and our ever-evolving attitudes to children and child-rearing.
The fifth volume in the COI collection, Portrait of a People, proudly looks at Britain and its people.
The fourth volume on the COI collection – Stop! Look! Listen! – focuses on health, safety and welfare messages.
Volume one of the Central Office of Information collection tackles crime, juvenile delinquency, policing and the justice system.
Official records of the royal tours and state visits of Queen Elizabeth II, offering unprecedcented access.
This volume of COI films examines the issue of ‘risk’ in our everyday lives.
The third volume in the COI Collection, They Stand Ready, looks at Britain’s armed forces.
Established in 1946, the Central Office of Information (COI) was a successor to the wartime Ministry of Information and was responsible for produci
Widely considered one of Britain’s greatest documentary filmmakers, Humphrey Jennings has long been critically acclaimed for films which beau
Humphrey Jennings’s transition from wartime to peacetime filmmaking.
Widely considered to be one of Britain’s greatest filmmakers, Humphrey Jennings has long been celebrated as the director of works which beaut
The epic story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, six Dorset labourers deported to Australia in the 1830s for forming a trade union.
One of the very last silent films to be made in Britain before the talkies revolutionised cinema, A Cottage on Dartmoor (1929) is a virtuoso piece
A vintage double bill of drama and comedy from British director John Guillermin (Death on the Nile, The Towering Inferno).
John Krish is one of British cinema’s best-kept secrets: a master of post-war documentary filmmaking who repeatedly turned his works for spon
Legally unavailable for decades, Jerzy Skolimowski’s 1970 darkly comic and utterly compelling portrait of Britain in a era of uncertainty makes its long overdue return.