November 20, 2005


Channel 4's 4doc's site is streaming probably my all time favourite documentary The Leader, his driver and the drivers wife by Nick Broomfield.

4Docs also hosts a film about the 491 Gallery in Leytonstone.

Before they found this place the original 491 posse asked if they could transform our squat in Hoxton into an art event. It was reeking and full of stinking junk at the time. I was outvoted and we turned them down.


Indigobusiness said...

Are you familiar with this documentary:

The Power of Nightmares

or where one might find a copy?

DAVE BONES said...

Of course. If you look at the "relevant news" on the left I've linked a site from which you can download quicktime versions.

Indigobusiness said...

Thanks. I thought I'd seen a link around here somewhere. I could've looked around some before asking, but I wanted to post that link, anyway, for the transcript.

Bill Nilsson said...

Also .avi-version in different sizes are available over at, as well as Curtis equally excellent The Century of the Self.

Indigobusiness said...

Thanks, Bill.

boudica of suburbia said...

I'll be strolling along to have a look at them then. Just so I don't feel completely inept and un-clued-up. thats not even a word.

v sorry, bit ill, incoherent.


Indigobusiness said...

...un-clued-up strikes me as a mighty fine word.