Ken Loach (United Kingdom)

Ken Loach was born in 1936 in Nuneaton. He attended King Edward VI Grammar School and went on to study law at St. Peter's Hall, Oxford. After a brief spell in the theatre, Loach was recruited by the BBC in 1963 as a television director. This launched a long career directing films for television and the cinema, both fiction and documentary films.

Filmography

  • 3 Clear Sundays
    1965
  • The End of Arthur's Marriage
    1965
  • Coming Out Party
    1965
  • Cathy Come Home
    1967
  • Poor Cow
    1967
  • In Two Minds
    1967
  • The Golden Vision
    1968
  • Kes
    1969
  • The Big Flame
    1969
  • The Save the Children Fund Film
    1971
  • The Rank and the File
    1971
  • Family Life
    1971
  • After a Lifetime
    1971
  • The Price of Coal
    1977
  • Black Jack
    1979
  • The Gamekeeper
    1980
  • Looks and Smiles
    1981
  • Which Side Are You On?
    1984
  • Fatherland
    1986
  • Time to Go
    1989
  • The View from the Woodpile
    1989
  • Hidden Agenda
    1990
  • Riff-Raff
    1991
  • Raining Stones
    1993
  • Ladybird Ladybird
    1994
  • Land and Freedom
    1995
  • A Contemporary Case for Common Ownership
    1995
  • Carla's Song
    1996
  • My Name Is Joe
    1998
  • The Flickering Flame
    1998
  • Bread and Roses
    2000
  • The Navigators
    2001
  • Sweet Sixteen
    2002
  • 11'09''01 - September 11
    2002
  • Ae Fond Kiss...
    2004
  • Tickets
    2005
  • The Wind That Shakes the Barley
    2006
  • It's a Free World...
    2007
  • Looking for Eric
    2009
  • Route Irish
    2010
  • The Angels' Share
    2012
  • The Spirit of '45
    2013
  • Jimmy's Hall
    2014
  • I, Daniel Blake
    2016
  • In Conversation with Jeremy Corbyn
    2016

Doc Alliance Members

Doc Alliance is a creative partnership of 7 key European documentary film festivals. Our aim is to advance the documentary genre, support its diversity and promote quality creative documentary films.