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Release ...into the world of films, plays, books, art, and music.

Suddenly I Know What I Have to Do...
"I started on what stone I could get at night in my little studio in Chelsea. Then I thought suddenly I know what I have to do. I feel I can do it. I'm completely happy."
A film on the great English sculptor Dame Barbara Hepworth whose major retrospective exhibition opens next week at the Tate Gallery, London, and whose life and work are described in a new book published this week.

Tolkien in Oxford
A film about The Lord of the Rings.
In Europe and Asia it's a school set book. In America it's a craze bigger than Batman: one million copies sold in 1967 alone. In Britain a lot of people have never even heard of it. J.R.R. Tolkien, seventy-six, retired Oxford don, talks about his major work. Readers in Oxford try to explain the phenomenon of the lord of the hobbits, the orcs, and the elves. A literary masterpiece or a pleasant donnish joke?

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Contributors

Interviewee (Suddenly I Know What I Have to Do...): Dame Barbara Hepworth
Director (Suddenly I Know What I Have to Do...): Colin Nears
Interviewee (Tolkien in Oxford): J.R.R. Tolkien
Director (Tolkien in Oxford): Leslie Megahey
Editor: Lorna Pegram

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