|Dinosaurs in the Playground
||A record of a project, led by David Cashman and Roger Fagin, to engage London schoolchildren in designing decorations and facilities for their playground.
|Latifah and Himli’s Nomadic Uncle
||Cousins of Indian descent, Latifah and Himli, discuss ideas of culture and history while wandering through London.
|Claes Oldenburg Retrospective. Tate Gallery,London, 1970
||Maya Film Productions
||A two-screen film (to run with The Great Ice-Cram Robbery), made at the time of the 1970 Tate Gallery exhibition of work by Swedish-American Pop artist, Claes Oldenburg (b.1929).
||British Film Institute
||An experimental film on the aesthetic of air.
|Drawings of Leonardo da Vinci
||Adrian de Potier
||Leonardo Film Committee
||Reproductions of images from the notebooks of Italian Renaissance artist and inventor, Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519).
||Natural and man-made manifestations of basic geometric forms.
||Antony Donaldson, Nicholas Pollock
||Mathews Miller Dunbar
||An experimental film in which the imagery is based on sculptures and paintings by British artist, Anthony Donaldson (b.1939).
||Experimental film in which the British artist film-maker, David Hall (b.1937), uses poles and other devices to frame and complement natural and man-made phenomena.
|Walter Sickert. Painter of the Third Floor Back
||The life and work of British Impressionist painter, Walter Sickert (1860-1942).
|Whitchurch Down (duration)
||Malcolm Le Grice
||Experimental film exploring the relationship between the illusory, subjective time and space of a photographic image with the real, objective time of a film projection.