Five Docudramas to watch on Queen Elizabeth II

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Queen Elizabeth II: The world mourned Queen Elizabeth II’s death. The Queen died peacefully at Balmoral Castle, Scotland, on September 8, 2022.

Many films and documentaries have been created on Her Majesty throughout her 70-year reign. Here are five of her finest movies to see now.

A Queen is Crowned

A Queen Is Crowned, directed by Christopher Fry, chronicles Elizabeth II’s 1953 coronation. Lawrence Olivier pre-recorded his narration of the 1953 coronation in May.

Elizabeth at 90: A Family Tribute

Elizabeth at 90: A Family Tribute celebrates the Queen’s 90th birthday on April 21, 2016. The  BBC produced it and was directed by John Bridcut. Now King Charles III, then Prince of Wales, narrates the film.

Elizabeth: A Portrait in Part(s)

Elizabeth: A Portrait in Parts is a 2022 documentary by the late Roger Mitchell. The Amazon Original released the documentary to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s silver jubilee.

Elizabeth: The Unseen Queen

Elizabeth: The Unseen Queen is Simon Finch’s second royal family documentary. The film honours seven decades of the Queen’s reign.

The Crown

Elizabeth: The Unseen Queen is Simon Finch’s second royal family documentary. The film honours seven decades of the Queen’s reign.



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