The Complete Humphrey Jennings Volume 3 (A Diary for Timothy) – BFI

It’s an oft repeated dictum that British director, Humphrey Jennings, had a gradual decline of quality within his work towards the end of the Second World War.  It’s repeated several times in the booklet of this excellent BFI release but, like many of the others who start with this statement, there is a “but”.  That “but” is that Jennings’ weaker work is in fact not … Continue reading The Complete Humphrey Jennings Volume 3 (A Diary for Timothy) – BFI

Synaesthesia and Doctor Who – Part 3 (Missing Stories and the Black and White Era)

Click for Part 2. One aspect of the all the stories covered so far in this series of articles is that they have all been produced past 1970.  Moving away from this and to the true early years of Doctor Who opens up an interesting point in context of synaesthetic relations to the stories involved; can a colour association be made with a story that … Continue reading Synaesthesia and Doctor Who – Part 3 (Missing Stories and the Black and White Era)