Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the legendary Secret Policeman’s Ball in aid of Amnesty International, the film features Britain’s finest comedians, including Stephen Fry, the Monty Python team, Rowan Atkinson, Lenny Henry, Alexei Sayle and Alan Bennett.
Presented by Rubens expert David Jaffe of The National Gallery, London, the film explores the influences of sculpture on the work of Peter Paul Rubens.
The motion picture industry laid bare. Featuring Arnold Schwarznegger, James Caan, Barry Diller, Joe Roth, Sydney Pollock, Oliver Stone, James Brooks, Nora Ephron, Terry Gilliam and many others.
- Winner BAFTA Best Documentary Series 1991
- Winner Cable Ace Award Best Documentary 1992
- Winner Silver Hugo Chicago International Film Festival
- Finalist International EMMY Award Best Documentary 1991
Biographical film based on the acclaimed book by the celebrated writer Simon Gray, presented by Alan Yentob.
Ventriloquist comic Nina Conti explores the world of Modern Art with her sceptical puppet monkey Monk, but both are won over by Tate Modern’s director Sir Nicholas Serota.
Presented by Ekow Eshun, the film looks at the part that indigenous art plays in today’s contemporary art market and asks what the future holds for this great art movement.