Every Day Except Christmas

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Release Date: May 25, 1957

Status: Released

Running time: 37m

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The film was filmed in 1957 at the Covent Garden fruit, vegetable and flower market in East central London. It was directed by Lindsay Anderson and produced by Leon Clore under the sponsorship of Ford of Britain, the first of the company's "Look At Britain" series.

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Every Day Except Christmas is a 37-minute documentary film filmed in 1957 at the Covent Garden fruit, vegetable and flower market, then located in the Covent Garden area of East central London. It was directed by Lindsay Anderson and produced by Karel Reisz and Leon Clore under the sponsorship of Ford of Britain, the first of the company's "Look at Britain" series. It was filmed by Walter Lassally.Every Day and other short, mostly documentary films made within two or three years, reflected the concept of Free Cinema, films which were "free" in the sense that they were made outside the traditional structure of filmmaking.The film received a BAFTA nomination for Best Documentary; and won the Grand Prix at the Venice Festival of Shorts and Documentaries.
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