Television and the Future of Documentary

  title={Television and the Future of Documentary},
  author={Paul Rotha},
  journal={The Quarterly of Film Radio and Television},
  • Paul Rotha
  • Published 1955
  • Art
  • The Quarterly of Film Radio and Television
PAUL ROTHA began in feature films in 1928, and has been a pioneer in British documentary since 1930. He had produced some 250 films by 1948 and had directed, among others, Contact (1933), Shipyard (1934), Face of Britain (1935), The Fourth Estate (1940), World of Plenty (1943), Land of Promise (1945), A City Speaks (1946), The World Is Rich (1947), No Resting Place (1951), and World Without End (1952, with Basil Wright). His many publications include The Film Till Now, Documentary Film, and… Expand
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