Skip to main content

Worlds of Rudyard Kipling

UK, 1974 (MIFF 1975)

Director: Peter Baylis

Rudyard Kipling: his life and philosophy.

See also...

Goodbye Cambodia

Intended as a 'monument' to the soldiers and people of Cambodia, living under the shadow of American bombing, the film is also a ritual celebration of the sexuality of the war in Indo-China. ... More »

This Is My House

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 »

Gift of Laughter

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. ... More »

In Great Waters

A story of the young, modern fishermen of Scotland who use new, up-to-date techniques for their excursions in the western and northern seas. The film shows the whole process of hunting, catching ... More »

REHEARSAL

A consideration of four different types of musical rehearsals: Opera, the Scots Guards, Wandsworth School and the Incredible String Band. ... More »

Bigger is Better

A country cottage is bought for development, where the buildings just grow and grow to produce, eventually, a monster society. ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director