John Arden: playwright

United Kingdom, 1965

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A study of the modern British playwright, John Arden, by a group of young filmmakers. They have attempted “to make the business of being a playwright seem less remote, more immediate and understandable”. reveals the effect of his wife’s criticism upon his writing. Filmed at his home in Yorkshire.

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Credits

director

John irvin

producer

David Naden

production company

David Naden and Associates

Mithras Films

Duration

00:25:42:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1965

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