Fat of the land

United Kingdom, 1986

Film
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A compilation of short British ‘art-house’ films 1984-1987 as follows: “Procar” (dirs. Richard Heslop, Daniel Landin), A Nosegay” (dir. Maggie Jailler), “Thou pluckest me out screaming (dir. Daniel Landin), “Epiphany (excerpt)” (dir. Certh Wyn Evens), “The Sluggard” (dir. Joy Perino), “Language” (dir. Richard Heslop), “Less then useless” (dirs. Richard Heslop, Carrie Kirkpatrick) and “The Conversation” (dirs. Timothy Burke, Richard Heslop)

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Credits

production company

Baptist Pork Production in association with Civilian Tragedy

Duration

01:07:00:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1986

Collection metadata

ACMI Identifier

303615

Language

English

Audience classification

PG

Sound/audio

Sound

Colour

Colour

Holdings

VHS; Access Print (Section 1)

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