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Flip and Two Twisters: A Documentary About Len Lye
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directed by Shirley Horrocks, fl. 1984; produced by Robin Laing, Point of View Productions (Auckland, Auckland Region: Point of View Productions, 1995), 23 mins
Flip and Two Twisters is a documentary about Len Lye, the great film-maker and kinetic sculptor. This dynamic artist spent his life developing a highly original art of motion. Flip and Two Twisters explores Lye’s career and ideas with the help of newly discovered historical footage of the artist. It includes som...
directed by Shirley Horrocks, fl. 1984; produced by Robin Laing, Point of View Productions (Auckland, Auckland Region: Point of View Productions, 1995), 23 mins
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Just What Is It...?, Anish Kapoor
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directed by Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989; produced by John Frederick Wyver, 1955- and Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989, Illuminations, in Just What Is It...? (England: Arts Council England, 1984), 14 mins
Interview with the Indian-British abstract sculptor, Anish Kapoor (b.1954).
directed by Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989; produced by John Frederick Wyver, 1955- and Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989, Illuminations, in Just What Is It...? (England: Arts Council England, 1984), 14 mins
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Just What Is It...?, Bill Woodrow
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directed by John Frederick Wyver, 1955- and Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989; produced by John Frederick Wyver, 1955- and Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989, Illuminations, in Just What Is It...? (England: Arts Council England, 1984), 17 mins
Interview with British sculptor, Bill Woodrow (b.1948), whose work utilises domestic appliances, car doors, etc.
directed by John Frederick Wyver, 1955- and Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989; produced by John Frederick Wyver, 1955- and Geoff Dunlop, fl. 1989, Illuminations, in Just What Is It...? (England: Arts Council England, 1984), 17 mins
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Reclining Figure. Henry’s Moore’s sculpture for the UNESCO building in Paris
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directed by Dudley Shaw Ashton, fl. 1970; produced by Arts Council of Great Britain and British Council (England: Arts Council England, 1959), 14 mins
A study of making of the Reclining Figure (1958) by British abstract sculptor, Henry Moore (1898-1986), commissioned for the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, from its original conception through to the completed work.
directed by Dudley Shaw Ashton, fl. 1970; produced by Arts Council of Great Britain and British Council (England: Arts Council England, 1959), 14 mins
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The Rumanian Brancusi
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directed by Sean Hudson, fl. 1964; produced by Rodney Wilson, 1949- and Sean Hudson, fl. 1964, Arts Council of Great Britain (England: Arts Council England, 1976), 25 mins
The work of Romanian-born sculptor, Constantin Brâncu?i (1876-1957), a forerunner of modernist sculpture.
directed by Sean Hudson, fl. 1964; produced by Rodney Wilson, 1949- and Sean Hudson, fl. 1964, Arts Council of Great Britain (England: Arts Council England, 1976), 25 mins
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Art That Moves: The World of Len Lye
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directed by Roger Horrocks, fl. 1970; produced by Shirley Horrocks, fl. 1984 (Auckland, Auckland Region: Point of View Productions, 2008), 19 mins
Len Lye (1901-1980) was a pioneer of experimental animation, and also of kinetic sculpture. This short film dramatically presents 18 minutes inside the head of the artist as a teenager. The opening scenes are set in New Zealand in the year 1917, on the day when Lye (setting out on his bicycle to deliver newspapers...
directed by Roger Horrocks, fl. 1970; produced by Shirley Horrocks, fl. 1984 (Auckland, Auckland Region: Point of View Productions, 2008), 19 mins
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The Case of Marcel Duchamp
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directed by David Rowan, 1937-2001; produced by Margaret Williams, fl. 1992, Arts Council of Great Britain and Arbor Production (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1984), 1 hour 39 mins
The Case of Marcel Duchamp is a 1984 British mystery film directed by David Rowan. Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson comes out of retirement to solve a final case concerning the artist Marcel Duchamp.
directed by David Rowan, 1937-2001; produced by Margaret Williams, fl. 1992, Arts Council of Great Britain and Arbor Production (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1984), 1 hour 39 mins
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Claes Oldenburg Retrospective. Tate Gallery, London, 1970
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directed by James Scott, 1941-; produced by Maya Films (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1971), 34 mins
A two-screen film (to run with Claes Oldenburg Retrospective), made at the time of the 1970 Tate Gallery exhibition of work by Swedish-American Pop artist, Claes Oldenburg (b.1929).
directed by James Scott, 1941-; produced by Maya Films (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1971), 34 mins
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Käthe Kollwitz
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directed by Ron Orders, fl. 1974; produced by Ron Orders, fl. 1974, Arts Council of Great Britain and Cinecontact (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1981), 44 mins,
Source: www.bfi.org.uk
A dramatisation of the life of the German graphic artist and sculptor, Käthe Kollwitz (1867-1945), with emphasis on her political work.
directed by Ron Orders, fl. 1974; produced by Ron Orders, fl. 1974, Arts Council of Great Britain and Cinecontact (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1981), 44 mins,
Source: www.bfi.org.uk
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Ousmane Sow
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directed by Béatrice Soulé, fl. 1981-1996; produced by Patrice Roger, Forum des Images and Canal+ (Paris, Ile-de-France: Ampersand, 2013), 1 hour
In 1999, an extraordinany exhibition of sculptures based on the battle of ‘Little Big Horn’ was displayed on the Pont des Arts, in Paris, and attracted three million people. They came to admire a collection of extraordinary figures: Indians and American soldiers led by General Custer all fighting for their liv...
directed by Béatrice Soulé, fl. 1981-1996; produced by Patrice Roger, Forum des Images and Canal+ (Paris, Ile-de-France: Ampersand, 2013), 1 hour
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