The Centre Office of Information (COI) was established in April 1946 as a successor to the wartime Ministry of Information. It went on to produce and distribute thousands of films for use across Britain, the Commonwealth and the World. Many famous faces have passed through the portals of the COI including luminaries of the British documentary movement such as Paul Rotha, Humphrey Jennings and Lindsay Anderson and in later years the likes of Hugh Hudson (Chariots of Fire) and Peter Greenaway (The Draughtsman's Contract) who spent 15 years there. This 2-disc Blu-ray... collection brings together many of the COI's most loved (and in some cases feared) productions including Design for Today, Apaches, Lonely Water and Charley's March of Time. Presented in most cases for the first time in High Definition. [show more]
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