He co-directed Harold Pinter's "The Collection, The Lover," and "A Kind of Alaska," at the Donmar Warehouse Theatre in London, England with Penelope Wilton OBE, Bill Nighy, Douglas Hodge, Lia Williams, and Colin McFarlane.
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After the war worked as a film journalist for the publication "Sight and Sound". He then became Program Selection Officer for the British Film Institute. In the 1950's, he was one of the founders of the Free Cinema movement. His subsequent feature films have often tended to focus on working class angst and class structure in general, with social outcasts at their centre. During his later years, ...