Dilly Barlow

The Blitz: London's Longest Night (2007)

Details the German bombing of London the night of the 29th of December, in 1940.  (more)

DIRECTION:  Louise Osmond
CAST:  Christopher Fox  •  Dilly Barlow  •  Matt Day

Details the German bombing of London the night of the 29th of December, in 1940.  (more)

DIRECTION:  Louise Osmond
CAST:  Christopher Fox  •  Dilly Barlow  •  Matt Day

Nicolas Roeg: It's About Time... (2015)

The first major profile of the great British film director Nicolas Roeg, examining his very personal vision of cinema as in such films as Don't Look Now, Performance, Walkabout and The Man Who Fell to Earth. Roeg reflects on his career, which began as a leading ...  (more)

DIRECTION:  David Thompson
CAST:  Dilly Barlow  •  Donald Sutherland  •  Julie Christie  •  Jenny Agutter

The first major profile of the great British film director Nicolas Roeg, examining his very personal vision of cinema as in such films as Don't Look Now, Performance, Walkabout and The Man Who Fell to Earth. Roeg reflects on his career, which began as a leading ...  (more)

DIRECTION:  David Thompson
CAST:  Dilly Barlow  •  Donald Sutherland  •  Julie Christie  •  Jenny Agutter

In the Womb: Multiples (2007)

Advanced technology, groundbreaking scientific discoveries about the beginnings of life, and computer animation all combine to detail how multiple siblings develop in the womb as the filmmakers at National Geographic explore the fetal growth of twins, triplets, and ...  (more)

DIRECTION:  Lorne Townend
CAST:  Dilly Barlow

Advanced technology, groundbreaking scientific discoveries about the beginnings of life, and computer animation all combine to detail how multiple siblings develop in the womb as the filmmakers at National Geographic explore the fetal growth of twins, triplets, and ...  (more)

DIRECTION:  Lorne Townend
CAST:  Dilly Barlow

Churchill and the Movie Mogul (2019)

Winston Churchill understood the power of films, but the true extent of his use of cinema as a propaganda tool is rarely explored. In 1934, one of Britain's most celebrated film producers, Alexander Korda, signed Churchill up as a screenwriter and historical ...  (more)

DIRECTION:  John Fleet
CAST:  Stephen Fry  •  Lady Williams  •  Charles Drazin  •  David Thomson

Winston Churchill understood the power of films, but the true extent of his use of cinema as a propaganda tool is rarely explored. In 1934, one of Britain's most celebrated film producers, Alexander Korda, signed Churchill up as a screenwriter and historical ...  (more)

DIRECTION:  John Fleet
CAST:  Stephen Fry  •  Lady Williams  •  Charles Drazin  •  David Thomson