Remembering Derek Jarman (12 mins)
The curator of the BFI's Derek Jarman season, Will Fowler, interviews producer James Mackay and director Richard Heslop on their work with Derek Jarman, in which they discuss their first meeting with the avant-garde filmmaker and his music promo work.
Featuring William Fowler, James Mackay, Richard Heslop
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