Author: Paul Sutton (Wolfson 2000)
Publisher: Bear Claw Books
Paul Sutton in conversation with and about six of the most important English filmmakers of all time, from his correspondence with Lindsay Anderson (Sutton edited Anderson’s Diaries for publication); to a discussion with Kevin Brownlow in which they get to the heart of Chaplin’s genius. There are full-career discussions with Clive Donner, Mike Hodges and Michael Winner. Sutton talks with Vivian Pickles (Harold and Maude) and the Oscar-nominated sound engineer, Brian Simmons, about the films of Ken Russell. Sutton uncovers exclusive colour photographs from the lost Spike Milligan scene from Ken Russell’s The Devils. In addition, there are contributions from Brian Cox, Malcolm McDowell, Murray Melvin and Bernard Cribbins.