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My Ain Folk (Bill Douglas, 1973).mkv

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FotoMy Ain Folk / Bill Douglas Trilogy: Part II
Ficha Técnica:
Título original: My Ain Folk
Año: 1973
País: Reino Unido
Género: Drama. Secuela.
Dirección: Bill Douglas
Guión: Bill Douglas
Duración: 55 min
Reparto: Stephen Archibald, Hughie Restorick, Jean Taylor Smith, Bernard McKenna, Mr. Munro, Paul Kermack, Helena Gloag, Jessie Combe, William Carroll, Anne McLeod, Robert Hendry, Miss Cameron, John Downie
Datos del archivo:
Idioma: Inglés con subs en español e inglés (srt)
Calidad: BRRip
Resolución: 1024x768
Formato: MKV
Tamaño: 700 MB
Sinopsis: Segunda parte (tras "My Childhood") de la trilogía autobiográfica de Douglas sobre el hecho de crecer en un pueblo pobre de Escocia dedicado a la minería. La penuria, tanto emocional como física, es retratada con libertad, ayudándose de actores locales y no profesionales. (FILMAFFINITY)

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FotoBill Douglas (17 April 1934 – 18 June 1991) was a Scottish film director best known for the trilogy of films about his early life.

Biography
Born in Newcraighall on the outskirts of Edinburgh, he was brought up initially by his maternal grandmother; following her death, he lived with his father and paternal grandmother. He undertook his National Service in Egypt, where he met his lifelong friend, Peter Jewell. On returning to Britain, Douglas moved to London and began a career of acting and writing. After spending some time with Joan Littlewood's 'Theatre Workshop' company at the Theatre Royal Stratford East, he was cast in the Granada television series, The Younger Generation in 1961 and had a musical, Solo, produced in 1962 at Cheltenham.

Filmmaking career
Having been interested in film-making all his life, in 1968 Douglas enrolled at the London International Film School, where he wrote the screenplay for a short autobiographical film called Jamie. After initial difficulties in finding support for the project, he eventually found a champion at the British Film Institute in the newly appointed head of Production, Mamoun Hassan, who secured funding on the basis that Jamie should form part one of a trilogy – echoing the great childhood trilogies of Ray and Gorki. The film was renamed My Childhood, and its success on the international festival circuit paved the way for the second and third instalments of the trilogy of Douglas's formative years: My Ain Folk (1973) and My Way Home (1978).

The Bill Douglas Trilogy recounts the harrowing experiences of a young boy, Jamie, growing up in crippling poverty: material and emotional impoverishment; terrible privations at the hands of his paternal grandmother; incarceration in a children’s home; living in a hostel for down-and-outs. Eventually the call-up for national service allows Jamie to find freedom through his friendship with Robert, a young middle class Englishman who introduces him to books and the possibility of a more optimistic and fulfilling future. The austere black and white images of the films embody a stillness and intensity reminiscent of silent cinema and this visual style is augmented by the equally spare and precise use of sound. Just as the stillness of the image forces the audience to look, so the relative silence encourages greater attention to specific sounds – boots scraping on asphalt, the chirping of birds and the timbre of voices – granting an emotional power lost in the aural bombardment characterising much contemporary cinema.

The Trilogy gained a wealth of critical plaudits but Douglas struggled to raise financing for his next project, and was forced to find other ways of earning a living. Mamoun Hassan, the former head of BFI Production, invited him to teach at the National Film and Television School from 1978 and he proved to be an inspiring presence. Hassan was also able, in his role as director of the National Film Finance Corporation to help realise the project of Comrades, Douglas's film about the 'Tolpuddle Martyrs', six Dorset farm labourers who in 1834 were arrested and tried for forming a trade union and subsequently transported to Australia. Even so, the film did not appear until 1986, six years after the screenplay had been completed. Dubbed a 'poor man's epic', Comrades continues Douglas's interest in the perseverance of the human spirit in the face of material adversity. It also brings to the fore his fascination with the world of optics and image-making, through a number of references to various forms of Victorian optical entertainments such as the magic lantern, the zoetrope, the peep show and the camera obscura. The story itself is mediated by the character of an itinerant magic lanternist who reappears in a number of roles.

Comrades was to be Bill Douglas's last film. He died of cancer and is buried in the churchyard of Bishop's Tawton in Devon. He left behind him two unmade screenplays: Justified Sinner, an adaptation of James Hogg's celebrated novel The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner, and Flying Horse, based on the life of pre-cinema pioneer Eadweard Muybridge. Another posthumous script, Ring of Truth, written during a fellowship to Strathclyde University in 1990, was produced by BBC Scotland in 1995.

Legacy
Douglas's legacy was not confined to his films. Along with Peter Jewell (on whom Robert of the Trilogy was based), he was a voracious collector of books, memorabilia, and artefacts relating to the history and prehistory of cinema. This core collection formed the basis of The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum, formerly The Bill Douglas Centre for the History of Cinema and Popular Culture housed at the University of Exeter, when it opened six years after his death.

In 2012, the Glasgow Short Film Festival announced the inaugural Bill Douglas Award for their International Short Film Competition, named in his honour. wiki

Director (8 credits)
1986 Comrades
1978 My Way Home
1973 My Ain Folk
1972 My Childhood
1971 Come Dancing (Short)

1970 Globe (Short)
1969 Charlie Chaplin's London (Short)
1969 Striptease (Short)
IMDB

Enlaces completados:
OK Come Dancing (Bill Douglas, 1971)
OK Comrades (Bill Douglas, 1986)
OK My Ain Folk (Bill Douglas, 1973)
OK My Childhood (Bill Douglas, 1972)
OK My Way Home (Bill Douglas, 1978)
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FotoMy Way Home / Bill Douglas Trilogy: Part III Ficha Técnica: Título original: My Way Home Año: 1978 País: Reino Unido Género: Drama. Dirección: Bill Douglas Guión: Bill Douglas Duración: 71 min Reparto: Stephen Archibald, Paul Kermack, Jessie Combe, William Carrol, Morag McNee, Lennox Milne, Gerald James, John Young, Ian Spowart, Sheila Scott, Rebecca Haddick, Archie, Joseph Blatchley, Radir, Lita Roza Datos del archivo: Idioma: Inglés con subs en español (srt) Calidad: BRRip Resolución: 1024x768 Formato: MKV Tamaño: 1,36 GB Sinopsis: La última parte de la trilogía autobiográfica de Douglas se ocupa de la historia de Jamie al final de la adolescencia, cuando rehúsa aceptar un trabajo en una mina de carbón y mientras hace el servicio militar en Egipto expresando su deseo indeciso de ser director de cine. El cambio de escenario otorga finalmente a Douglas los nuevos horizontes que hicieron posible esta trilogía, iniciada con "My Childhood" (1972) y continuada con "My Ain Folk" (1973). (FILMAFFINITY) (↓)Abajo en el pdf la critica del film(↓)
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