Alun Falconer started his film career at the National Film Unit in 1946. Early in 1948 he and cameraman Roger Mirams left the NFU and founded the Pacific Film Unit. A year later he went to China where he worked as a journalist and was an eyewitness to the fall of Shanghai. He left in 1950 for London where he returned to film production and later made his name as a television script writer.
It is practically impossible to make good films of people doing things unless they are guided how to move in relation to the camera. Alun Falconer in Screen Parade, October 1946
1948, Writer, Editor - Short Film
1948, Director - Short Film
1947, Subject - Short Film
1947, Director - Short Film
1947, Editor, Writer - Short Film