Re: Feature films on coal mining/mining

Delin, Peter (
Wed, 9 Oct 2002 07:05:21 -0700 (PDT)

Dear Steve,

not quite what you are searching for (the mining itself) but about the
living in a (former) coal mining area (similar to Borinage):
- you might check out the website of this group surviving from the
sixties in the UK (all in VHS/PAL!)

With kind regards
Peter Delin/Videolektorat
Zentral- und Landesbibliiothek Berlin

Steve Fesenmaier schrieb:
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> I am planning a series of feature films that focus on COAL MINING and/or
> another form of mining. I am especially looking for feature films in
> languages other than English - but films from England and Australia are
> also needed. I already know about KAMERADSCHAFT, MISERY IN THE BORINAGE,
> GERMINAL, and MATEWAN. Any others - please e-mail me at:
> These films will be shown at the National Mine
> Safety Academy in Beckley, WV.
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