Film Producers Guild

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The Film Producers Guild was a collective of documentary film companies in England.[1] It was formed in August 1944[2] and had offices and screening facilities on Upper St. Martin's Lane, in London. They owned Merton Park Studios in south London.[1]

Guild producers, directors, writers, cameramen and film editors were part of the British post-war Documentary Film Movement. Peter Morley got his first job in the industry working as a projectionist at the Guild's screening room and met people like Humphrey Jennings, John Grierson, Jill Craigie and Paul Rotha.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d e Peter Morley, "Peter Morley - A Life Rewound" Part 1 Archived 2013-07-18 at the Wayback Machine. (PDF) British Academy of Film and Television Arts (2006), pp. 41-42. Retrieved September 29, 2011
  2. ^ Film Producers Guild British Film Institute Film & TV database. Retrieved October 6, 2011

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