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.


           

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