Documentary films about royalty

Posted May 18, 2011
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  1. A Queen Is Crowned

    A Queen Is Crowned (1953)


    A Queen Is Crowned is a 1953 British Technicolor documentary film written by Christopher Fry. The film documents the 1953 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, with a narration of events by Laurence Olivier. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

  2. Royal Family

    Royal Family (1969)


    Royal Family is a documentary about the family of Queen Elizabeth II, and was aired on 21 June 1969. It was rebroadcast on ITV the following week. The film was commissioned by the Queen to celebrate the investiture of her eldest son, Charles, as Prince of Wales. The script was written by Antony Jay.

  3. Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work

    Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work (2007)


    Monarchy: The Royal Family at Work (also known as A Year with the Queen) is a fly on the wall documentary TV series made by the BBC and RDF Media which follows the British Royal Family over the course of a year.

  4. With Our King and Queen Through India

    With Our King and Queen Through India (1912)


    With Our King and Queen Through India (1912) is a British documentary. The film is silent and made in the Kinemacolor additive color process.

  5. Royal Journey

    Royal Journey (1951)


    Royal Journey is a National Film Board of Canada documentary film chronicling a five-week Royal visit by the then-Princess Elizabeth and her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, to Canada and the United States in the fall of 1951. Released in December 1951, Royal Journey is also notable for being the first commercial feature film in Eastmancolor.

  6. The Wedding in Monaco

    The Wedding in Monaco (1956)


    The Wedding in Monaco is a 1956 documentary covering the celebrations in Monaco leading up to wedding of Prince Rainier III to Grace Kelly. The 31-minute color CinemaScope film was directed by Jean Masson and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Kelly’s film studio before her retirement from acting.

  7. Monte Carlo: C'est La Rose

    Monte Carlo: C'est La Rose (1968)


    Monte Carlo: C'est La Rose is a documentary from 1968.

  8. The Queen and I

    The Queen and I (2008)


    The Queen and I (Swedish: Drottningen och jag) is a 2008 Swedish-made documentary feature film about Farah Pahlavi, the former Queen and Empress of Iran. The film was produced and directed by Iranian-Swedish filmmaker Nahid Persson Sarvestani. The film follows the former queen and empress and the director, a former communist, as they share ideas and concerns about the country they were both forced to leave after the revolution.

  9. Without the King

    Without the King (2007)


    Without the King is a 2007 documentary film by Michael Skolnik, an American filmmaker. It follows problems of Swaziland, a landlocked country in southern Africa.

  10. Reproduction, Coronation Ceremonies: King Edward VII

    Reproduction, Coronation Ceremonies: King Edward VII (1902)


    The Coronation of Edward VII (French: Le Sacre d'Édouard VII), also released as Reproduction, Coronation Ceremonies, King Edward VII and as Coronation of King Edward, is a 1902 short silent film directed by Georges Méliès and produced by Charles Urban. The film is a staged simulation of the coronation of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, produced in advance of the actual coronation for release on the same day.

  11. A King's Story

    A King's Story (1967)


    A King's Story is a 1965 British documentary film directed by Harry Booth about the life of King Edward VIII, from his birth until abdication in 1936. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

  12. The Boy Who Was a King

    The Boy Who Was a King (2011)


    The Boy Who Was a King is a 2011 Bulgarian documentary film about Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, directed by Andrey Paounov.

  13. 1848

    1848 (1950)


    1848 (French: La Révolution de 1848) is a 1949 French short documentary film directed by Marguerite de la Mure and Victoria Mercanton.

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