Alfred C. Haddon - The Decorative Art Of British New Guinea

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Writer and director Michael Eaton studied anthropology at Cambridge and in 2010 made a film 'The Masks of Mer' about the unique film shot in the Torres Straits by Alfred Haddon in 1898 lasting for less than a minute and the world's first example of anthropological cinema. 'The Masks of Mer' tells the extraordinary story of this experiment and traces the masks worn in the sacred initiation ceremony Haddon filmed. As a writer he is best known for his investigatory dramas for television, which include 'Shipman' and 'Shoot to Kill'.

Film & Television
Heartbeat (ITV); New Street Law (Red/BBC); Shipman (ITV); Nightshift (Maverick/C4); Flowers of the Forest (BBC Scotland); Signs & Wonders (BBC); Shoot to Kill (YTV); Why Lockerbie [aka The Tragedy of Flight 103] (Granada/HBO); Fellow Traveller (HBO/BBC/BFI); Border Crossing (C4); In Suspicious Circumstances (Granada); Darkest England (C4); Frozen Music (BFI); Visions (C4)

The Families of Lockerbie (Nottingham Playhouse), Charlie Peace, His Amazing Life and Astounding Legend (Nottingham Playhouse and Belgrade Theatre, Coventry).

Waves Breaking on a Shore (with Neil Brand)(Promenade/BBC); The Conflict is Over (Promenade/BBC); Felix Holt (Promenade/BBC); Pickwick Papers (Promenade/BBC); Bride's Chamber (Promenade/BBC);Cave of Harmony (BBC); George Silverman's Explanation (Promenade/BBC); Dickens in London (BBC).

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eBook formatUnknown Binding, (torrent)En
PublisherAMS Press
File size1.2 Mb
Release date 01.01.1977
Pages count24
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