Terence Davies is without doubt one of Britainís greatest film-makers, with features such as Distant Voices, Still Lives and The Long Day Closes. He burst on the cinema scene in the mid 70ís to early 80ís with 3 short films which became known as The Trilogy. In this filmed interview, he talks openly and entertainingly on the origins of The Trilogy, what it was like filming The Trilogy and how The Trilogy was received. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!
Screenings: 2005 Portobello Film Festival, Glasgow Film Theatre and Sky Arts Digital TV.