Opus: impressions of British art and culture

United Kingdom, 1967

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An impressionistic survey of the arts in Britain ranging from sculptors and painters at work to a display of Mary Quant fashions and vistas of modern architecture. The theatre is represented by excerpts from three plays staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company and there is a sequence from a new ballet by Sir Frederick Ashton. Some of the work of Henry Moore is seen as well as paintings by Francis Bacon. Includes a brief appearance by a very young Googie Withers.

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Credits

director

Don Levy

producer

James Archibald

production company

British Information Services

Duration

00:29:00:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1967

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