• Documentary
  • Rated:
  • Director: Jean Luc Godard, Jean Henri Roger, Groupe Dziga Vertov
  • Writer: Jean Luc Godard, Jean Henri Roger
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British Sounds is an hour-long film shot in February 1969 for television, written and directed by Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Henri Roger, and produced by Irving Teitelbaum and Kenith Trodd. London Weekend Television refused to screen it owing to its controversial content, but it was subsequently shown with success in cinemas. Godard credited the film as being made by 'Comrades of the Dziga-Vertov group'.
  • Documentary
  • Rated:
  • Director: Jean Luc Godard, Jean Henri Roger, Groupe Dziga Vertov
  • Writer: Jean Luc Godard, Jean Henri Roger

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  • (1970)

  • Documentary
  • Rated:
  • Director: Jean Luc Godard, Jean Henri Roger, Groupe Dziga Vertov
  • Writer: Jean Luc Godard, Jean Henri Roger
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British Sounds is an hour-long film shot in February 1969 for television, written and directed by Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Henri Roger, and produced by Irving Teitelbaum and Kenith Trodd. London Weekend Television refused to screen it owing to its controversial content, but it was subsequently shown with success in cinemas. Godard credited the film as being made by 'Comrades of the Dziga-Vertov group'.