Tag: alan clarke
Thatcher's Britain with her knickers down. Now on dual-format from the BFI.
Our reviews of the BFI's Alan Clarke boxset culminate with Christine and Road.
The Alan Clarke box set reaches this mid-80s and the award-winning film of soldiers at war, Contact.
Psychological interrogation and Bowie does Brecht, in Disc 9 of the Alan Clarke box set.
The Alan Clarke box reaches a pair of political dramas, one historic, one present-day.
The Alan Clarke boxset reaches a long-unseen documentary and a 1978 play starring Eleanor Bron.
Disc Six of the BFI's Alan Clarke boxset reaches the controversial and once-banned Scum.
Two more from Alan Clarke, featuring Janine Duvitski in the title role of Diane.
Dissent & Disruption: Alan Clarke at the BBC (1969-1989): The Love-Girl and the Innocent/Penda's Fen
Two more from Alan Clarke, a version of the Solzhenitsyn play and a remarkable work of fantasy.
The Alan Clarke boxset reaches Under the Age and Horace, both from 1972.
Dissent & Disruption: Alan Clarke at the BBC (1969-1989): The Hallelujah Handshake/To Encourage the Others
The Alan Clarke boxset continues with a Colin Welland play and a dramatisation of the Derek Bentley case.
Dissent & Disruption: Alan Clarke at the BBC (1969-1989): George's Room/The Last Train Through Harecastle Tunnel/Sovereign's Company
Three plays directed by Alan Clarke as our reviews of the boxset continue.
The first of a series of reviews of one of the boxset releases of the year.
Alan Clarke's final film, about a firm of football hooligans, on Blu-ray from the BFI.
David Rudkin's extraordinary BBC play from 1974, first of a series of Alan Clarke releases from the BFI.