The Eyes Of Orson Welles (2018)
A journey through the pictorial world of Orson Welles, his drawings, paintings and works of youth, seen for the first time on screen thanks to his daughter Beatrice Welles.
I Am Belfast (2015)
A cinematic essay about the city.
A Story Of Children And Film (2012)
A look at the way children have been represented in film from around the world.
What Is This Film Called Love? (2012)
Together with Sergei Eisenstein, his imaginary companion on a walking tour of Mexico City, Mark Cousins contemplates historical change, shot composition, and his own identity.
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