Film Quiz: Non-World War II War Films

After doing a quiz based on World War II films, I had to show that there was more to war on film than those that depict the 1939 – 1945 conflict. Covering various different battles, the films below cover a wide range in tone, style and narrative. How many do you have? Do you have a favourite among them? if you can work out mine, feel free to give yourself an extra point.

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 1  Film 1 (1930s)

EXTRAIT DU FILM"LA GRAND ILLUSION" Film 2 (1930s)

The African Queen (1951)  Directed by John Huston Shown from left: Humphrey Bogart, Katharine Hepburn Film 3  (1950s)

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 4 Film 4 (1950s)

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 5 Film 5 (1960s)

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 6 Film 6 (1960s)

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 7 Film 7 (1970s)

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 8 Film 8 (1970s)

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 9 Film 9 (1980s)

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 10 Film 10  (1980s)

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 11 Film 11  (1980s)

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 12 Film 12 (1980s)

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 13 Film 13 (1990s)

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 15 Film 14 (2000s)

Film Quiz - Non-World War 2 Films Film 14 Film 15 (2000s)

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Gr8at: National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year 2017

When I saw the winners of the National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year had been announced, I knew there would be some outstanding images of the natural world around us. The categories were Natures, Cities and People. Below are eight of my favourites, sourced from The Daily Telegraph. You can find out more about the winners, prizes and the high calibre of other entries at The National Geographic website.

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Line(s) of the Day #JMWTurner

Self-Portrait c.1799 by Joseph Mallord William Turner 1775-1851

Light is therefore colour.

As said by the genius that was Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775 – 1851). I’ve always been a huge fan of the English landscape painter. He was the first artist that I remember seeing an exhibition of and have been able to see his work up close several times since. I’ve posted a review of one of his collections here and my favourite of his many works here.