Director: Shirley Cobham
The wild delight of Scotland's countryside, contrasted with the formaliiy of her architecture, is presented with poetic beauty and imaginative commentary.
Emily Sprod is a vigorously amorous lady who emerges from a sculptor's block and pursues her creator. ... More »
Russell is finally permitted to use a real person in close-up in a highly stylised meditation on the Hungarian born Bartok. ... "The film's structure is even more significant, especially the counter ... More »
A study of the evolution of microbiology, emphasising the interdependence of theory and observation. ... More »
A diverting and irreverent cartoon which explores Bruegel's painting of the 'Netherlandish Proverbs'. The painting attacks sin with the axe of satire, and illuminates with the lamp of pity. ... More »
This film creates a collage of life in a Yorkshire mining town: this rather enclosed working community is brought into focus by the impending marriage of Don and Para. With Its insistent ... More »
Without commentary, this cinematic poem tells of the work of the shrimp fishermen of northern England. ... Diploma of Merit, Edinburgh Festival. ... More »