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REVIEW: if... (1968)

1968, Paramount Pictures

Director:
Lindsay Anderson
Producers:
Michael Medwin
Lindsay Anderson
Writers:
David Sherwin (screenplay and original script “Crusaders”)
John Howlett (original script “Crusaders”) 700 more words

Film Reviews

Discussion on Lindsay Anderson - BFI Southbank - Monday 14th March

Mamoun is pleased to have been invited to join the panel talking about the Film and Theatre Director, Film writer and influential film critic, Lindsay Anderson. 46 more words

Mamoun Hassan

The Whales of August 3 .

My 4th viewing with a group. Only one of the 7 women present had seen the film before and her comment was very interesting. The first time was at the BFI/U3A study day event 10 years ago. 350 more words

Ageing

Saturday Matinee: O Lucky Man!

O Lucky Man! (1973) is anarchist director Lindsay Anderson’s epic follow-up to his film if…(1968). It’s at times a surreal and darkly humorous allegory for survival in capitalist society. 73 more words

Culture

The Whales of August

Film Title

The Whales of August

Director

Lindsay Anderson

Starring

  • Lillian Gish as Sarah Webber
  • Bette Davis as Libby Strong
  • Vincent Price as Mr. Maranov…
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Movie Reviews

Independent Artists: An Oral History

By Laura Mayne (LauraJaneMayne)

Independent Artists, headed by Julian Wintle and Leslie Parkyn, was a film production company which operated in Britain from the late 1940s to the early 1960s, but was perhaps most active in production between 1958 and 1963.  2,060 more words

British Cinema

Archive Feature • OSBORNE'S LAST STAND • 1956 and All What?

Buy a copy of Look Back in Anger

Even in death, John Osborne has the power to stir up controversy. I think I may be one of those on whom David Hare turned a withering scorn on Monday night. 703 more words

Theatre