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John Pilger: Heroes
  • Description

    The definitive collection of ground-breaking documentaries from John Pilger – world renowned film-maker, author and investigative journalist.

    Beginning as a journalist in his native Australia before moving to London, John Pilger has been the recipient of multiple awards, including Britain's highest award for journalism, twice, and television academy awards in both the UK and the United States. He has been a foreign correspondent and frontline war reporter, and is a regular contributor to international media, including the ITV network, the Guardian and the New Statesman. An incisive and rare critic of Western economic and military power, Pilger's humane eyewitness reporting has been described as a unique presence on British television that explores where others dare not go.

    This 20-disc set brings together more than four decades of landmark journalism – and now features Pilger's two latest films: The War You Don't See and Utopia.

    Special Features:

    • All nine films of The Outsiders, including rare interviews with Martha Gellhorn, Wilfred Burchett, Jessica Mitford and Costa-Gavras.
    • John Pilger in conversation with Anthony Hayward at the Guardian Hay Literary Festival 2006.
    • Portrait of Courage: pro-democracy advocate and prisoner of conscience Aung San Suu Kyi is interviewed by John Pilger.
    • More than four hours of additional interviews recorded during the filming of Utopia.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    4:3, 16:9
    Number of Discs:
    20
    Run Time:
    3070 mins approx.
    Theatrical Release Year:
    1969

John Pilger: Heroes

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  • Description

    The definitive collection of ground-breaking documentaries from John Pilger – world renowned film-maker, author and investigative journalist.

    Beginning as a journalist in his native Australia before moving to London, John Pilger has been the recipient of multiple awards, including Britain's highest award for journalism, twice, and television academy awards in both the UK and the United States. He has been a foreign correspondent and frontline war reporter, and is a regular contributor to international media, including the ITV network, the Guardian and the New Statesman. An incisive and rare critic of Western economic and military power, Pilger's humane eyewitness reporting has been described as a unique presence on British television that explores where others dare not go.

    This 20-disc set brings together more than four decades of landmark journalism – and now features Pilger's two latest films: The War You Don't See and Utopia.

    Special Features:

    • All nine films of The Outsiders, including rare interviews with Martha Gellhorn, Wilfred Burchett, Jessica Mitford and Costa-Gavras.
    • John Pilger in conversation with Anthony Hayward at the Guardian Hay Literary Festival 2006.
    • Portrait of Courage: pro-democracy advocate and prisoner of conscience Aung San Suu Kyi is interviewed by John Pilger.
    • More than four hours of additional interviews recorded during the filming of Utopia.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    12
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    4:3, 16:9
    Number of Discs:
    20
    Run Time:
    3070 mins approx.
    Theatrical Release Year:
    1969
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