'The Humphrey Jennings Film reader' tells the story of his brief, varied life in his own words, using many previously unpublished letters, treatments and screen-plays. it reprints all of his unpublished critical writings on literature, painting and other subjects (most of them unavailable in book form since the 1930s), the texts of his radio broadcasts for the BBC, and a selection of his poems.
Humphrey Jennings was an award-winning wartime film director who was also a poet, literary critic and a dab hand at painting. he was also the founder of the domestic anthropological movement of Mass Observation and he assembled an anthology of writings about the machine age, 'Pandaemonium'.
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