IDA Distinguished Documentary Achievement Awards, 1997
THE GREAT WAR AND THE SHAPING OF THE 20TH CENTURY
Executive Producer: Blaine Baggett
Chief Historian and Co-Producer: Jay Winter Series Producer: Carl Byker
A co-production of KCET and the BBC in association with The Imperial War Museum
This eight-part documentary portrays World War I through the cultural history of the period, the diaries and letters and poetry of people from all walks of life. This treasure trove of literature brings to life the hopes and fears of nearly a hundred real-life characters in the midst of war.
Produced and Directed by Catrine Clay from the British Broadcasting Corporation Timewatch (Laurence Rees, Executive Producer) 48 min.
A love story, between two women thrown together by World War II: Lilly, aged 26, the wife of a German soldier, the mother of four boys, a loyal Nazi; and Felice, 21, elegant and sophisticated, and—unbeknown to Lilly—a Jew.