Based on Geoffrey Fletcher’s book, this captivating documentary exposes the real London of the swinging sixties. Turning its back on familiar sights, the film explores the hidden details of a crumbling metropolis. With James Mason as our Guide, we are led on an tour of the weird and wonderful pockets of London from abandoned music-halls to egg breaking factories.
The London Nobody Knows paints a fascinating picture of London as a city where there is joy and wonder to be found at every turn. A compelling portrait of a bygone era, The London Nobody Knows is a unique piece of film history.
Les Bicyclettes de Belsize An enchanting musical love story about a young man who falls for a model after seeing her picture and then takes to the streets on his bicycle to find her...
Directed by Douglas Hickox (Sitting Target), this cult favourite is a long-lost classic of the swinging sixties. An evocative, dreamlike trip though leafy London, Les Bicyclettes de Belsize stars sixties bombshell Judy Huxtable (the one-time wife of comedian Peter Cook) and boasts an outstanding soundtrack. Shot in North London in 1968, the film perfectly captures the fashions, verve and innocence of the time