The Never-Ending Poem. Children of the Black Triangle – Africa, the Americas, Europe. Photographs by Armet Francis

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DirectorRenny Bartlett
One line synopsisOne of a series of short films on documentary photographers living and working Britain: Armet Francis (b. Jamaica, 1945).
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African children. More photographs , with woman’s VO reading Kipling’s Recessional (1897). Photographs include Black American children, children in mixed race British school; British policemen. I.D.CARD ARMET FRANCIS. The revolutionary spirit which created our heroes and heroines began in childhood. Credits.

Production companyReverie Productions
Running time5 minutes
Full credits

Poem Armet Francis;
Voiceover Debra Michaels;
Sound Alan James;
Rostrum camera Richard Wodynski;
Photographic consultant Jenny Matthews;
Graphic design Siân Thomas,
Madeleine Hall;
Music Danny Thompson;
Editor JoAnn Kaplan;
Executive producer Rodney Wilson;
Produced by Renny Bartlett
and Ian McAuley;
Directed by Renny Bartlett.
Reverie Productions for the Arts Council of Great Britain in association with Channel 4 Television.
© ACGB MCMLXXXIX.

Year1989
Film segmentThe Never-Ending Poem. Children of the Black Triangle – Africa, the Americas, Europe. Photographs by Armet Francis - ACE188.2
Web address (URL)https://player.bfi.org.uk/free

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