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Ros Cranston

Ros is our curator specialising in political and campaigning film. She has been a cataloguer, acquisitions officer and curator since she joined the BFI in 1992. She is leader of the BFI project This Working Life, which celebrates Britain’s coalmining, shipbuilding and steelmaking heritage on film.

Ros’s other interests include women documentary filmmakers, political and campaigning film and the documentary and fiction work of Ken Loach. She contributed chapters on the directors Peter de Normanville and Guy Brenton to Shadows of Progress: Documentary Films of Post-War Britain (Palgrave/BFI, 2010), and has contributed to BFI Screenonline, Mediatheques and DVD releases.

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