Fighting On Film: Early Great War Films

We are joined this week by Andy Moody, who is currently undertaking his Masters degree exploring popular cinema depictions of the Great War to talk about Great War films made between the wars. We enjoyed an in-depth discussion of a range of early films made during the interwar period, including: Ypres (1925), Mons (1926), Big Parade (1925) and Journey’s End (1930).

The episode is also available on all other podcast platforms, you can find them here.

Here are some stills from the film:

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