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$425 US / Per Individual Institution

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It Was the Nightingale is the first feature-length documentary on the influential and modernist author, Ford Madox Ford.

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.

Produced and Directed by:

Paul Lewis

Running Time:

1:33:42

2018

$175  US / Per Individual Institution

Lifetime license

 

Directed by Paul Lewis, and filmed by Robert Gregson, Rosalyn Engelman: The Color of Memory, is a conversation and studio "walkabout" with this remarkable artist.

 

Filmed on location in the artist's Manhattan studio, Rosalyn, who overcame paralysis and blindness from Guillain-Barre Syndrome, delivers a memorable and uplifting portrait of a life lived for art and love.

Produced and Directed by:

Paul Lewis

Filmed by: 

Robert Gregson

Running time:

20 mins

 

2016

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