New on eresources@cambridge A-Z: BFI InView
BFI InView offers a unique window on Britain’s changing political, economic and social landscape in the age of film and television. BFI InView makes available some 1,000 hours of non-fiction moving image titles to view or download, alongside 8,000 pages of related documents. With expert commentary provided by BFI curators and other specialists, BFI InView is an indispensable resource for learning, teaching and research communities.
Image from Ashley Green Village school of “Village School” capturing the wartime activities of Britain’s women teachers, “standard bearers of an education Nazi-ism would destroy” – directed by John Eldridge and produced by Alexander Shaw, 1940, for the Ministry of Information (in which the headmistress, Mrs James, teaches 3 classes at the same time!)