|Directed by||Stuart Legg|
|Produced by||Stuart Legg|
|Narrated by||Lorne Greene|
|Music by||Lucio Agostini|
|Distributed by||National Film Board of Canada|
|Running time||21 min.|
|Language||English / German|
Churchill's Island (French title: La Forteresse de Churchill) is a 1941 propaganda film chronicling the defence of Great Britain during World War II. The film was directed by Stuart Legg and produced by the National Film Board of Canada (NFB).
Churchill's Island received the very first Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject, awarded at the 14th Academy Awards ceremony in 1941. It also represents the first Oscar for the NFB, which had been created just two years earlier, in 1939.
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- "La Forteresse de Churchill". Notre collection (in French). National Film Board of Canada. Retrieved 26 March 2010.
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- Watch Churchill's Island at NFB Web site
- Canadian Film Encyclopedia
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