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A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM, British Film Institute, CINEMA OF CHILDHOOD, Mark Cousins, Vérité

A Story of Children & Film & Cinema of Childhood – Full details


I’m pleased to report that the UK release date of Mark Cousins A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM will be April 4th.

Around the release of A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM, Mark has curated a season entitled CINEMA OF CHILDHOOD which includes 17 films, many of which were included in the documentary and will screen across three months from April at both the British Film Institute and Edinburgh Filmhouse:



I have recently contributed three articles to the forthcoming CINEMA OF CHILDHOOD website on three of the films featured in A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM. The website can be found here and will be updated from April:


For more details on the release of A STORY OF CHILDREN AND FILM and where it will be screened, please see the link below:


The film will also eventually be released on DVD on April 28th 2014



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