March 1969 edition of 'Films on Filming' with a special feature on violence in films by Michael Armstrong,following controversy over 'Bonnie and Clyde' and other recent films. Includes photofeature on 'Roeg and Cammell's Performance'. Raymond Durgnant writes pieces on new British directors who developed their skills in television, including Peter Watkins and Ken Russell. Durgnant also writes about the importance of plots and sub-plots in the cinema and there is a feature on Basil Rathbone. Films reviewed and/or with photo features include: Rosemary's Baby; Bullitt; Les Biches; Candy; If.; a reissue of Disney's Cinderella; Sweet Charity; and The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie.
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Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection