It Was the Nightingale: The Unreliable Story of Ford Madox Ford
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It Was the Nightingale explores the life and work of the provocative Ford Madox Ford, the “writer’s writer,” who, Wyndham Lewis said, kept the doors of his soul open so that we may walk in.
Ford wrote over eighty books, including the masterpieces, The Good Soldier and Parade's End. He survived poverty, being blown up in the First World War and the miseries of passion to become perhaps the greatest writer you’ve never heard of.
Producer: Paul Lewis
Executive Producers: John Shannon and Jan Serr
Directors: Paul Lewis & Ryan Poe
Editors: Paul Lewis & Ryan Poe
Sound & Film Design: Kelley Baker
Running Time: Approx. 97 mins
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Director/Producer: Paul Lewis
Filmed and Edited by: Robert Gregson
Running Time: 20 Mins