Made for Channel 4 and commissioned by Sara Woodford at Id World, this film was first broadcast as 'Comic Tales with Alan Moore' on the 10th of December 2000, and broadcast again on the 22nd of October 2002. It was described by The Guardian as, "A magical and intelligent rant." As with 'Don't Let Me Die In Black And White' there was no script and there were no second takes. The film was edited by Peter Cartwright, who had previously worked as an editor on a number of Derek Jarman's films. Thanks Alan, Sara and Peter - it was a genuine pleasure and a privilege to work with you all.
|Media of output||Film|
|Publication status||Published - 25 Nov 2011|
|Event||Magus: Transnational Approaches to the Work of Alan Moore - The University of Northampton, Northampton, United Kingdom|
Duration: 28 May 2010 → 29 May 2010
Bibliographical noteDocumentary. Screened at Magus: Transnational Approaches to the Work of Alan Moore, The University of Northampton, 29th of May 2010
- alan moore