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Interview with Jim Anderson

Working with Terence Davies on Of Time And The City, Anderson addresses the importance of archive footage and his wider role as an archive producer.

Inside Film 8 mins


"Just because it's on the editing floor doesn't mean it's bad," says the archive producer who helped Terence Davies make Of Time And The City. He explains how the director's choices build a narrative history of Liverpool, and how the shrewd and intelligent use of archive footage can satisfy nostalgics and newcomers alike.