Skip to main content

Walk Tall

UK, 2011 (MIFF 2012, Documentary)

Director: Kate Sullivan

Walk Tall

An animated/live action portrait of 1948 British Olympic gymnast George Weedon and his advocacy on the importance of good posture to live a happy and healthy life.

Not in competition.

D Kate Sullivan P Lucy McDermott TD digibeta/2011

See also...

Cutting Loose

“I'm trusted with a pair of scissors and I'm in here for murder”. ... The Scottish Prison Service hairdressing competition is just around the corner and Francis, the current champion, is getting ... More »

TWILIGHT CITY

... ... This is another richly evocative work from the Black Audio Film Collective in the UK The collective's earlier work has been screened at previous festivals in the context of the British film ... More »

The Rumour of True Things

Many moving images are produced for science, industry commerce and medicine that are only seen by a specialised audience and disappear soon after they have been made. The purpose of this film is to ... More »

Grateful Dead - A Photofilm

Working from just four rolls of black and white photographs of The Grateful Dead taken by Linda Eastman in 1967/68 (pre motor drive cameras) Paul McCartney brings the Dead back to life with computer ... More »

The Real Bridget Jones

A series of candid, funny documentaries about four British women who only have one thing in common - their name A wanderer a policewoman, a cookbook writer and a saleswoman share their thoughts on ... More »

Flag Mountain

In Nicosia, the divided capital of Cyprus, a display of nationalism is taken to its logical conclusion. ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director