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Title Date Director Production Company Synopsis Minutes Film ID  
Wind of Changes 1996 Phil Mulloy Spectre Films One of a series of films combining music and images: an animated film comparing life in Bucharest and New York. 15 ACE346 Full details
Joseph Emidy. The lost composer 1996 Steve Cole Hybrid Television A documentary on the life of violinst, Joseph Emidy (1775-1835), born in West Africa, but living for many years in Cornwall, where he became one of the most celebrated musicians of his day; participants include composer and musician, Andy Sheppard (b.1957), and dub poet, Benjamin Zephaniah (b.1958). 50 ACE347 Full details
Swinger 1996 Ross MacGibbon Landseer A ballet based on A Lover’s Discourse (1979) by French philosopher and semiotician, Roland Barthes. 28 ACE348 Full details
Two Melons and a Stinking Fish 1996 Venessa Engle Illuminations An exploration of the work of Young British Artist and installation sculptor, Sarah Lucas (b.1962). 49 ACE349 Full details
Brushstroke 1997 Henry Chancellor Windfall Films One of a series on the history of painting techniques, with interviews with contemporary artists and reconstructed scenes from earlier times: British painter, John Virtue (b.1947), and his use of shellac. 29 ACE350 Full details
Colour 1997 Henry Chancellor Windfall Films One of a series on the history of painting techniques, with interviews with contemporary artists and reconstructed scenes from earlier times: Scottish-born Londoner, June Redfern (b.1951), and her use of colour. 29 ACE351 Full details
Composition 1997 Ian Duncan Windfall Films One of a series on the history of painting techniques, with interviews with contemporary artists and reconstructed scenes from earlier times: British painter, Ray Richardson (b.1964), and his striking compositions. 29 ACE352 Full details
Light 1997 Ian Duncan Windfall Films One of a series on the history of painting techniques, with interviews with contemporary artists and reconstructed scenes from earlier times: British landscape painter, Len Tabner (b.1946) and still-life painter, John Greenwood (b.1959), and their different working methods. 29 ACE353 Full details
Perspective 1997 Ian Duncan Windfall Films One of a series on the history of painting techniques, with interviews with contemporary artists and reconstructed scenes from earlier times: the work of British painters, Ben Johnson (b.1946), who often works from photographs, and Patrick Hughes, (b.1939), who paints three-dimensional illusions. 29 ACE354 Full details
Portrait 1997 Henry Chancellor Windfall Films One of a series on the history of painting techniques, with interviews with contemporary artists and reconstructed scenes from earlier times: British portrait painter, Tai-Shan Schierenberg (b.1962). 29 ACE355 Full details
Bump in the Night 1997 Dominic Wright The animated story of Beau Vine and his strange twin siblings. 15 ACE356 Full details
Cornelia Parker Meets Rebecca Stephens / Andrew Gifford Meets Dave Allen 1997 Teresa Griffiths, Kate Misrahi BBC/Arts Council of England Two short films showing contemporary British artists creating works relating to the lives of their recipients: Cornelia Parker (b.1956) makes photograms from dust and fluff for mountaineer, Rebecca Stephens; Andrew Gifford (b.1970) paints a Middlesborough landscape for the Football Club PR man, Dave Allen. 30 ACE357 Full details
Peter Randall-Page Meets Evelyn Glennie / Catherine Yass Meets Charles Archer and Lily French 1997 Tim Robinson, Flavia Rittner BBC/Arts Council of England Two short films showing contemporary British artists creating works relating to the lives of their recipients: sculptor, Peter Randall-Page (b.1954), carves a stone bell for Scottish percussionist, Evelyn Glennie (b.1965); photographer, Catherine Yass (b.1963), documents a flat in a London tower block for two pensioners. 29 ACE358 Full details
Brad Lochore Meets Anya Hurlbert / Chris Ofili Meets Anthony Ismond 1997 Flavia Rittner, Janet Lee BBC/Arts Council of England Two short films showing contemporary British artists creating works relating to the lives of their recipients: Brad Lochore (b.1960) paints a computer-assisted image for Anya Hurlbert, a vision scientist, and Chris Ofili (b.1968) creates an elephant-dung painting for an inmate at Wormwood Scrubs prison. 30 ACE359 Full details
Nina Saunders Meets Sallie Leslie / Hadrian Pigott Meets John Butcher 1997 Mary Dickinson BBC/Arts Council of England Two short films showing contemporary British artists creating works relating to the lives of their recipients: Nina Saunders (born Denmark, 1958) creates an unusual upholstered hanging for bee-keeper, Sallie Leslie; and Hadrian Pigott (b.1961) sculpts a moulded saxophone for avant garde musician, John Butcher (b.1954). 29 ACE360 Full details
Jake and Dinos Chapman Meet Justine Frischmann / Sam Taylor-Wood Meets Alistair Morrison 1997 Janet Lee, Flavia Rittner BBC/Arts Council of England Two short films showing contemporary British artists creating works relating to the lives of their recipients: conceptual artists, Jake (b.1966) and Dinos (b.1962) Chapman, make a life-sized manikin for punk musician, Justine Frischmann (b.1969), and Sam Taylor-Wood (b.1967) photographs Alastair Morrison, an airline steward. 30 ACE361 Full details
Jessica Voorsanger Meets Gary Cook / Julie Roberts Meets Three Junior Doctors 1997 Kate Misrahi, Tim Robinson BBC/Arts Council of England Two short films showing contemporary British artists creating works relating to the lives of their recipients: Jessica Voorsanger (b. New York, 1965) designs some garden decorations for football fan, Gary Cook; Julie Roberts (b.1963) makes a painting for three young doctors. 29 ACE362 Full details
Monument 1997 Nichola Bruce Wall to Wall Television The long-drawn-out process by which British sculptor, Rachel Whiteread, worked on her Holocaust memorial. (Nameless Library was finally unveiled in Vienna in 2000.) 40 ACE363 Full details
Portrait of Mr Pink 1997 Helena Appio Stirfry Brenton Pink, who emigrated from Jamaica to London in the 1950s, talks about his recording career and his colourful house and garden. 15 ACE364 Full details
Reservoir of Gods 1997 Inge Blackman Cultural Partnerships British artist, Faisal Abdu’Allah (b. Paul Dufus in 1969) discusses his silk-screen paintings and photographs and issues of black identity. 16 ACE365 Full details

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