Harry Bruce Woolfe
Harry Bruce Woolfe (1880, Marylebone, London – 1965, Brighton) was an English film producer and occasional director who founded British Instructional Films. The company focused on documentaries, nature films, and works concerning World War I. He was himself a veteran so had an interest in using film to re-enact the war. This links to his being referred to as an "ardent imperialist" who intended to tell heroic stories of said war. In addition to work on war films he initiated the Secrets of Nature series.
- 1933 : A Typical Rural Distribution System
- 1933 : Electricity: From Grid To Consumer
- 1932 : England Awake
- 1925 : Sons Of The Sea
- 1924 : Zeebrugge
- 1923 : Armageddon
- 1921 : The Battle Of Jutland
- "British Instructional Films". BFI.org.uk. Archived from the original on 29 August 2008. Retrieved 19 February 2017.
- Paris, Michael (1 January 1999). "The First World War and Popular Cinema: 1914 to the Present". Rutgers University Press. Retrieved 19 February 2017 – via Google Books.
- Petterson, Palle B. (6 July 2011). "Cameras into the Wild: A History of Early Wildlife and Expedition Filmmaking, 1895-1928". McFarland. Retrieved 19 February 2017 – via Google Books.
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