With Ministry of Information (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Memory of the Camps (2014 TV Movie)
70 min | Documentary
Cameramen from Britain's Army Film Unit capture footage of concentration camps in German in 1945.
Votes: 403 | Gross: $0.00M
2. A Welcome to Britain (1943)
60 min | Documentary
A film presented by the British War Office for newly arrived World War 2 American soldiers, informing them of British ways.
4. Dangerous Comment (1940)
12 min | Short, Drama, War
A young pilot, annoyed at not being selected to take part in a raid on an enemy target, moans to his fiancée, who in turn chatters to a friend at a cocktail bar.
5. From the Four Corners (1942)
15 min | Drama, Short
Members of three Commonwealth armies, an Aussie, a Canadian, and a New Zealander meet actor Leslie Howard who buys them a beer and makes them understand why they're fighting.
6. The True Glory (1945)
Not Rated | 87 min | Documentary, War
A documentary account of the allied invasion of Europe during World War II compiled from the footage shot by nearly one thousand four hundred cameramen. It opens as the assembled Allied ... See full summary »
7. Bon Voyage (1944)
TV-G | 26 min | Short, War
A young Scottish R.A.F. gunner is debriefed by French officials about his escape from occupied territory, and in particular one person who may or may not have been a German Agent.
9. All Hands (1940)
10 min | Short, War
This propaganda short illustrates the danger of careless talk by naval men. It demonstrates how a sailor's talk of recall is overheard by a waitress who ultimately betrays his ship to a U-boat.
11. Secret Mission (1942)
Not Rated | 94 min | Drama, Thriller, War
Three British spies and a French resistance fighter sneak into occupied France to gather information about the German forces for a planned invasion.
12. Malta G.C. (1942)
19 min | Short, Documentary
Epic British wartime documentary film on Malta's role in WW2. The film was produced to coincide with Britain's award of the George Cross to the Maltese and their defenders in April 1942.
13. A Diary for Timothy (1945)
40 min | Short, Documentary
This brief documentary-style film presents the status of Great Britain near the end of the Second World War by means of a visual diary for a baby boy born in September, 1944. Narration ... See full summary »
14. Desert Victory (1943)
62 min | Documentary, War
The Allied campaign to drive Germany and Italy from North Africa is analysed, with the major portion of the film examining the battles at El Alamein, including a re-enactment.
15. Aventure malgache (1944)
Not Rated | 32 min | Short, War
While preparing backstage, an actor tells his castmates about an adventure he had during World War II in the Axis-controlled French colony of Madagascar working for the Resistance and clashing with the collaborationist local police chief.
17. Channel Incident (1940)
8 min | Short
During the evacuation of British troops from Dunkirk in 1940, a young woman takes her motorboat to join the flotilla to rescue soldiers and also to search for her husband, a British soldier... See full summary »
18. The Volunteer (1944)
45 min | War
After a masterful performance as Othello in a London theater, Ralph Richardson is asked for an autograph by Fred, his dresser. A short while later, Fred has joined the Fleet Air Arm (Fly ... See full summary »
23. Now You're Talking (1940)
11 min | Drama, Short
When a crashed Nazi aeroplane is recovered, British scientists have high hopes of learning valuable secrets. But a disgruntled factory worker inadvertently alerts enemy agents to the discovery, with disastrous consequences.
24. Cameramen at War (1943)
15 min | Documentary, Short, War
This short showcases the work of the cameramen who filmed the battles of WWI and early WWII. We also get to see the faces of many of the men who took the pictures. This includes director ... See full summary »
32. Schichlegruber - Doing the Lambeth Walk (1941)
3 min | Short, Comedy, Musical
Footage from Leni Riefenstahl's Nazi propaganda documentary, Triumph of the Will, is juxtaposed with a popular British dance tune to make fun of Hitler, in this playful short subject.
33. The Proud City: A Plan for London (1946)
24 min | Documentary, Short
A look at the LCC project for the re-planning and building of post-war London, explained by the two architects responsible for the plan, Sir Patrick Abercrombie and Mr. J.H. Forshaw.
35. The Eighty Days (1944)
14 min | Documentary, Short, War
This film is structured around British attempts to prevent the V1 missiles from getting through to their targets. Gunners, pilots and barrage balloons are the layers of National Defence, layers of defence that can't be entirely successful.
47. Village School (1940)
11 min | Documentary, Short
This film is a tribute to Britain's women teachers, standard bearers of an education Nazi-ism would destroy and it tells of one tiny village school typical of hundreds, at Ashley Green in the leafy countryside of Buckinghamshire.