National heroes the british film industry in the seventies and eighties alexander walker on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers following on from hollywood england the british film industry in the sixties alexander walker here. Elena marcarini has worked as an information officer in the information services unit of the bfi national library the opinions contained within this information briefing are those of the authors and are not expressed on behalf of the british film institute information services bfi national library british film institute 21 stephen street . Abstract during the 1970s nearly one in five of the feature films produced in great britain was an historical film in which the story was set at some period before the outbreak of the second world war 1 this was twice as high a proportion as in the 1960s 2 during the four years following the student demonstrations in paris london and california the proportion rose to one in four. In his book national heroes british cinema in the seventies and eighties 1985 alexander walker suggested that the first few years of the 1970s brought home to british cinema and society just what bad times lay ahead nothing seemed to be moving
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