The reputations of few artists from the heyday of British folk-rock remain intact. There is, however, one figure whose body of work has come to stand for a particularly single-minded form of integrity. That man is Roy Harper. (more…)
A film examining the past history and present plight of the Lakota Indians in South Dakota. Steeped in their culture, the contemporary Lakota are divided – some still maintain their history and traditions, but many are losing their way, seduced by white North American culture, and destroyed by alcohol, fast food, and poverty. Beautifully filmed, this is both a celebration and a cry of despair.
Music documentary about a little known time in Jimi Hendrix’s career, for television and DVD/Video. Shot in New York, Los Angeles and London, this film was shown on PBS in the USA and Channel 4 in the UK and won the Grammy for Best Longform Video in 2000.
Fabulous! is a 3 part documentary series set in South Miami Beach in White Party Week. This is a week of AIDS fund-raising events which take place in the South Beach area every Thanksgiving weekend in November. The centre piece of this is The White Party at Vizcaya where approximately 2,000 people pay $150 per ticket for this the most glamorous of these type of ...
A 30-minute film shot in New Zealand for Channel 4’s award-winning Access All Areas season. The film is about Terry Wiles, a Thalidomide victim, born without arms or legs, his relationship with his able-bodied wife Robyn and the prejudices they have faced in their life together.