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FILMOGRAPHY

1966 “Untitled Black” (1964) featured in the film “Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment,”
director Karel Reisz, producer Leon Clore, Anchor Bay
1966 “Four Elements” (1965) featured in the film “Blow-Up,” director Michelangelo Antonioni,
producer Carlo Ponti, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
1969 Grosvenor Gallery solo exhibit featured in the film “Take a Girl Like You,” director Jonathan Miller, producer Hal E. Chester, Columbia Pictures
1982 interview for “Segment Two,” KTVU, Oakland, CA
2003 interview for “The Art of Barbara Hepworth,” presenters Chris Stephens & Penelope Curtis,
Illuminations
2009 interview for “The Art of Cornwall,” director Spike Geilinger, producer Adam Kemp, BBC4
2010 interview for “William Turnbull: Beyond Time,” directors/producers Alex Turnbull & Pete
Stern, Turnbull Studio & Waddington Galleries
2015 interviewed by Lily Cole for the “Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World,” exhibition at Tate Britain, London, broadcast on BBC4 and BBC World News, June, 2015