Electric Edwardians - The Films Of Mitchell And Kenyon Trailer

Electric Edwardians - The Films Of Mitchell And Kenyon Trailer (2005)

29 May 2005 Factual 85 mins

Archive footage, recently discovered, shot by the Edwardian documentary film-makers Sagar Mitchell and James Kenyon. Selected from a total of 28 hours of material, this compilation is grouped into five sections: 'Youth and Education'; 'The Anglo-Boer War'; 'Workers'; 'High Days and Holidays' and 'People and Places'. It includes footage of ordinary people going about their everyday business, from the factory gates to football matches, and is set to a specially commisioned score by the Shieffield-based duo In the Nursery.

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