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Being & Doing
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directed by Ken McMullen, 1948-; produced by Stuart Brisley, fl. 1972 and Ken McMullen, 1948-, Match Films; performed by Stuart Brisley, fl. 1972 (England: Arts Council England, 1984), 55 mins
One of a series of experimental films featuring performance artists: a man and a woman describe their differing versions of the same event.
directed by Ken McMullen, 1948-; produced by Stuart Brisley, fl. 1972 and Ken McMullen, 1948-, Match Films; performed by Stuart Brisley, fl. 1972 (England: Arts Council England, 1984), 55 mins
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Expanding Pictures, 2 into 1 / Misfit
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directed by Gillian Wearing, 1963- and Sam Taylor-Wood, 1967-; produced by Sophie Gardiner, fl. 1994 and Debra Hauer, fl. 1987, Euphoria Films; performed by Hilary Greene, fl. 1997, Alex Greene, fl. 1997, Lawrence Greene, fl. 1997 and Kylie Minogue, 1968-, in Expanding Pictures (England: Arts Council England, 1997), 9 mins
Two short films in a series featuring performance artists: Hilary Greene and her sons swap dialogue, and Kylie Minogue mimes to someone else’s recording.
directed by Gillian Wearing, 1963- and Sam Taylor-Wood, 1967-; produced by Sophie Gardiner, fl. 1994 and Debra Hauer, fl. 1987, Euphoria Films; performed by Hilary Greene, fl. 1997, Alex Greene, fl. 1997, Lawrence Greene, fl. 1997 and Kylie Minogue, 1968-, in Expanding Pictures (England: Arts Council England, 1997), 9 mins
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No Problem: The Theatre of Ken Campbell
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directed by Ian Johnson, fl. 1978; produced by Ian Johnson, fl. 1978; performed by Ken Campbell, 1941-2008, Douglas Adams, 1952-2049 and Neil Oram, 1938- (London, England: Arts Council England, 1981, originally published 1981), 33 mins
The work of British actor, writer, director, Ken Campbell (b.1941) on The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy and The Warp, the longest play in the world.
directed by Ian Johnson, fl. 1978; produced by Ian Johnson, fl. 1978; performed by Ken Campbell, 1941-2008, Douglas Adams, 1952-2049 and Neil Oram, 1938- (London, England: Arts Council England, 1981, originally published 1981), 33 mins
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Punch and Judy. Tragical comedy or comical tragedy
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directed by Larry Sider, fl. 1974 and Keith Griffiths, 1947-; produced by Keith Griffiths, 1947-, Arts Council of Great Britain and Koninck Studios; performed by Joe Melia (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1980), 46 mins,
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A dramatised history, incorporating excerpts from historical writings and old prints and photographs, of the Punch and Judy show, first seen in Britain in the 17th century.
directed by Larry Sider, fl. 1974 and Keith Griffiths, 1947-; produced by Keith Griffiths, 1947-, Arts Council of Great Britain and Koninck Studios; performed by Joe Melia (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1980), 46 mins,
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Ubu
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written by Alfred Jarry; directed by Geoff Dunbar; produced by Geoff Dunbar, Grand Slamm Animation; performed by Bill Mitchell (England: Arts Council England, 1978), 18 mins,
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An animated version of the anarchic 1896 play, Ubu Roi, by French writer, Alfred Jarry (1873-1907).
written by Alfred Jarry; directed by Geoff Dunbar; produced by Geoff Dunbar, Grand Slamm Animation; performed by Bill Mitchell (England: Arts Council England, 1978), 18 mins,
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Love is Like a Violin.
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directed by Jana Bokova, 1948-; produced by Michael Radford, 1946-; performed by Ruth Chattie Salaman, 1935-2007 (London, England: Arts Council England, 1977, originally published 1977), 55 mins
This documentary shows how the Common Stock Theatre Company's director, Ruth Chattie Salaman (1935-2007), works with a group of older people in West London to create a play about their life experiences.
directed by Jana Bokova, 1948-; produced by Michael Radford, 1946-; performed by Ruth Chattie Salaman, 1935-2007 (London, England: Arts Council England, 1977, originally published 1977), 55 mins
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Pastorale. Music/Theatre by Trevor Wishart
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directed by David Hutt, fl. 2004; composed by Trevor Wishart, 1946-; produced by David Lascelles, 1964-, Thread Cross Films (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1982), 42 mins
Experimental British composer, Trevor Wishart (b.1936), takes a humorous, critical look at Creation myths, and the problems of free will and determinism.
directed by David Hutt, fl. 2004; composed by Trevor Wishart, 1946-; produced by David Lascelles, 1964-, Thread Cross Films (United Kingdom: Arts Council England, 1982), 42 mins
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Refuse to Dance: The Theatre of Howard Barker
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directed by Ann Foreman, fl. 1981; produced by Ann Foreman, fl. 1981; performed by Ian McDiarmid, 1944-, Harriet Walter, 1950-, Paul Freeman, 1943-, Tony Mathews, fl. 1975, Penny Downie, 1954-, Steve Swinscoe, fl. 1986, Katharine Rogers, 1960-, Philip Barnes, fl. 1986, David Whitaker, fl. 1976, Maggie Steed, 1946-, Elizabeth Rider, fl. 1979 and Howard Barker, 1946- (London, England: Arts Council England, 1986, originally published 1986), 52 mins
Looks at selected extracts from Howard Barker’s plays to reveal the social and political themes that inform his work. Focuses on the Royal Shakespeare’s 1985 season produced at the Barbican Theatre, London, and justaposes extracts with comments from actors, directors and critics. Includes segments of ‘Don’...
directed by Ann Foreman, fl. 1981; produced by Ann Foreman, fl. 1981; performed by Ian McDiarmid, 1944-, Harriet Walter, 1950-, Paul Freeman, 1943-, Tony Mathews, fl. 1975, Penny Downie, 1954-, Steve Swinscoe, fl. 1986, Katharine Rogers, 1960-, Philip Barnes, fl. 1986, David Whitaker, fl. 1976, Maggie Steed, 1946-, Elizabeth Rider, fl. 1979 and Howard Barker, 1946- (London, England: Arts Council England, 1986, originally published 1986), 52 mins
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Sounds on Film, Episode 1, Temp’Est
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directed by Simon Reynell, fl. 1988; produced by Simon Reynell, fl. 1988; performed by Sara Stowe, fl. 1994, in Sounds on Film, Episode 1 (London, England: Arts Council England, 1995), 26 mins
A series in which a composer and a director collaborate to devise and make original music work for television. The director is Simon Reynell and composer is James Dillon. This video is a distorted reflection of a single moment from Shakespeare’s play THE TEMPEST, which evokes a shifting world in which the bound...
directed by Simon Reynell, fl. 1988; produced by Simon Reynell, fl. 1988; performed by Sara Stowe, fl. 1994, in Sounds on Film, Episode 1 (London, England: Arts Council England, 1995), 26 mins
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The Third Front. Political Theatre: Erwin Piscator
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directed by Peter Wyeth, fl. 1977; produced by Margaret Williams, 1950-; performed by Barrie Houghton, 1941- and Terry McGinity, fl. 1978-2013 (London, England: Arts Council England, 1978, originally published 1978), 36 mins
Erwin Piscator’s work in the 1920s moved theatre away from the confines of domestic drama to the play of forces in world politics. To equip the stage for the ‘epic’ approach, he employed a whole range of 20th century media: film, slides and moving stages, permanently extending the expressive capability of th...
directed by Peter Wyeth, fl. 1977; produced by Margaret Williams, 1950-; performed by Barrie Houghton, 1941- and Terry McGinity, fl. 1978-2013 (London, England: Arts Council England, 1978, originally published 1978), 36 mins
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