Director: Edward Anderson
A record about the production of a feature film, directed by Blake Edwards, and demonstrating the close relationship between the director and his star: Peter Sellers.
During the winter months of 1899 and 1901, Claude Monet painted views of Charing Cross Bridge, Waterloo Bridge and the Houses of Parliament. He returned to France with about a hundred canvasses, and ... More »
By animating Toulouse Lautrec's drawings, Geoff Dunbar creates a personal study of the artist. ... More »
Filmed in Holloway, North London, a cinema verite record of the struggle of a group of tenants, black and white, who establish what is probably Britain's first housing co-operative. ... More »
Robinson Crusoe with a difference. ... More »
Life in the director's home from late summer through to spring, when a new member of the family is born. ... More »