We’d like to share with you this incredible colour footage of London in the 1920s, by the British Film Association. The footage was shot by Claude Frisse-Greene, an early British film pioneer, who shot a series of travelogues (travel documentaries), implementing the colour process his father, William, experimented with. The result – a beautiful dusty moving postcard of London which is spectacular to watch. You can see more clips from yesteryear that the BFI have posted on their Youtube page. Enjoy.

 

 

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