Is the UK the most interesting country on earth?
Being English I can’t possibly comment. I will only point out that Britain is full of interesting stories and filmmakers with clever ideas. Documentaries about different aspects of life in Blighty keep on coming, and we have three DVDs for one lucky reader to win. The films are Personal Best, Erasing David and The Road. All look at different aspects of life in Albion.
To enter the competition and have a chance of winning the three films either:
Follow @FlaneurZine on Twitter and Tweet:
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Sign up for our weekly newsletter on the front page of The Flaneur and then just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with British Docs in the title.
The competition ends at midnight on April 7th, after which we will choose one winner. You must live in the UK and be over 12 to enter.
Click on the images to find out more about the films.
Erasing David takes a humorous look at the surveillance culture that has grown in the UK. David Bond goes on the run for 30 days and attempts to vanish. Can the best investigators track him down? Is it still possible to live a private life in the UK?
In The Road Mark Isaacs introduces characters that have moved to London in search of a better life. His film is an affecting study of immigration to Britain.
Personal Best follows the lives of several young sprinters in the build up to the London Olympics.