TRIBUTE TO DEREK JARMAN

Tribute to Derek Jarman by Mark French and Richard Heslop. Richard was one of the cameramen on Derek's film The Garden and this video contains original Super 8 shot by him on the set, together with contemporary footage shot around Prospect Cottage which features in the film. Original music by Fritz Catlin. Edited by Ben Cole.
May he always live with us and inspire.
In Memoriam. Derek Jarman 1942-94.

NEWS

KID KAPICHI
Great to have Kid Kapichi shooting their video Glitterati at the studio
DEREK JARMAN LUCY BELL GALLERY
Sandy Powell visits the Lucy Bell Gallery for the exhibition of nseen Photographs and film of Derek Jarman and Prospect Cottage by Derek Brown, Richard Heslop, Mark French, Steve Pyke MBE, Ed Sykes, Andrew Catlin, Liam Daniel, Jan Baldwin, Debi Angel and soundscape by Simon Fisher-Turner
PAINTING REPRODUCTION CHARLOTTE SNOOK
Working to produce reproductions for print with Charlotte Snook
FILM STILLS PHOTOGRAPHY
THE WRONG CAR The Wrong Car is a road movie about two people at polar opposite places in their lives. ELLA, is carefree and in love with life. While TERRY is at breaking point and in need of help
GOOD GOVERNANCE INSTITUTE
HTV are proud to be working with the good governance Institute. Its predictions and observations of performance in the NHS during this pandemic present great opportunities. Will they be missed? Andre Corbet-Nolan presents three short videos. "Rather sadly GGI predicted that NHS governance would return to full-fat routines as we pulled through the first stage of the pandemic and disappointingly we are right. The reason we believe is a misappreciation of what actually happened to board working in those three months and as sure as eggs are eggs NHS governance will return back to a porridge of lengthy board and committee meetings and the famed 200 page papers #valuecreation #leadership #governance #healthcare #ethics #medicalmanagement . But understanding what actually happened those three months helps find a way to keep decision making agile and assurance focussed on only the necessary"