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23 OCTOBER 2012

Explore Nottingham through the Sillitoe Mobile Trail iPhone 5 App

"The Alan Sillitoe Memorial Committee are launching a Mobile Trail App and Handbook–(a book with a digital heart) at Nottingham Contemporary on Saturday 27th October [2012]. ...

The mobile trail features the work of leading contemporary writers revisiting the themes and spaces of Sillitoe's Nottingham and is the culmination of our work with The Space – the experimental digital arts platform commissioned by Arts Council England in association with the BBC."

(2012 Sillitoe Trail)

Fig.1 "Sillitoe Trail Nottingham: Al Needham – Life through 21 Pubs", Published on 13 Jul 2012 by thinkamigo.

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Simon Perkins
11 NOVEMBER 2008

Social Realism in British Film: Where Did the Kitchen Sink Drama Emerge From?

"Social Realism in British films peaked during the 1960s when what is commonly referred to as the British New Wave emerged. The new wave directors such as Karel Reisz, Lindsay Anderson and Tony Richardson had made a number of documentaries before moving on to feature films, and many of these had been screened at the (historically important) National Film Theatre event christened 'Free Cinema' in the 1950s. Like the auteurs of the French New Wave, many of the British directors were knowledgeable critics as well, affiliated with Sequence magazine. This gave them ample opportunity to promote their agenda."
(Michelle Strozykowski, Jan 4, 2008)

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1960s • British New Wave • cinemafilm • Free Cinema • French New Wave • Karel Reisz • Ken Loach • kitchen sink drama • kitchen sink realismMike Leighsocial realism • Stephen Frears • Tony Richardson • UK

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Simon Perkins
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