Broadcast Films and Documentaries

Sense and Sensation

Sense and Sensation is a lavish exploration of the arts in eighteenth-century London. Written and presented by the eminent historian John Brewer, the film considers the world of commerce and celebrity in which Georgian culture was created.

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DVD
£16.99

State of the Art

An exciting, authoritative and challenging series of documentaries about the visual arts in 1980s. The six programmes feature key artists including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Joseph Beuys, Cindy Sherman, Antony Gormley, Hans Haacke and Eric Fischl.

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The Gates

This beautiful documentary presents the story of Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s stunning and highly controversial public art installation in Central Park, New York in 2005.

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Unrequited Love

Directed and filmed by Chris Petit, and based on an English academic’s memoir on stalking and being stalked, Unrequited Love is a dazzling digital film essay on cinema and absence, on Hitchcock and Antonioni, on cinema and cities.

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DVD
£19.99
Macbeth DVD (Patrick Stewart)

Now with subtitles for the hard of hearing

Renzo Piano

Retrospective exhibition opening at the RA 15th September