Any Man's Kingdom (1956)
20 minutes - Colour

No film can present a complete picture of any one of the English counties, and Northumberland in particular offers such a variety of scenery and of history, such a rich fullness of life to its residents and to its visitors that choice of subject matter is more than usually difficult. In making Any Man's Kingdom the producers have attempted to include aspects of the county which not only illustrate this variety, but which may also conjure up something of teh heartwarming Northumbrian atmosphere.
Directed by Tony Thompson, with a remarkable commentary by Harry Greene. Music by Elizabeth Lutyens.

An extract from this film may be viewed online at YouTube courtesy of the BFI:-

16mm & 35mm

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