Since the 1950s Geoffrey Jones has been making films that look, sound and feel like nothing else. The Rhythm of Film describes a key element to what makes his work so special. In such films as BTF's Snow and Rail, and Trinidad and Tobago images react, combine and dance together to create a living, pulsing journey. In his final BTF film Locomotion the entire history of the British railways is illustrated through an accelerating frenzy of rhythm. One surprising fact is that Jones has most often used the Industrial Short to express his art in this way, but his unique vision is also revealed in full with such personal works as his Seasons Project and chair-a-plane films. With his extraordinary marriage of images, music and rhythm, Geoffrey Jones ranks alongside such luminaries as Norman McLaren, Len Lye and remains one of Britain's true film artists.