A programme designed to help those who are engaged at this time of the year in the seasonal activities of Nativity plays and pantomimes
Drama Adviser to the Religious Drama Society of Great Britain answers questions put to her by John Cotton an amateur producer
Harald Melvill designer and producer answers questions put to him by Don Morrison a club leader with the Tottenham and Edmonton Y.W.C.A.
In the chair: Leigh Crutchley
Drama Adviser to East Sussex
Programme arranged by Elisabeth Rowley
A monthly magazine
ART CRITICS ON THE CINEMA:
Alexander Mackendrick , film director, comments on the discussion broadcast last month in which three art critics rejected much of the traditional aesthetic apparatus of the cinema
FOR BRITISH AUDIENCES:
Kashiko Kawakita. wife of a Japanese film producer, who helped to choose the programme for the National Film Theatre's Japanese festival, discusses the conventions of the Japanese cinema with Lindsay Anderson
JOHN FORD interviewed by Lindsay Anderson
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