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Documentary on the life and times of Ken Loach. His politics in British TV and Cinema and the chaos he has caused the establishment for 50 years.

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Himself - Film Director
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jim Allen ...
Himself - Writer (archiveFootage)
Lesley Ashton ...
Herself (as Lesley Loach)
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Himself / Billy
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Himself - Editor and Presenter, South Bank Show
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Himself - Actor
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Himself (scenesDeleted)
Nell Dunn ...
Herself - Author, Up the Junction
Liz Forgan ...
Herself - Controller of Factual, Channel 4, 1982-1988 (as Dame Liz Forgan)
Tony Garnett ...
Himself - Friend and Producer
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Herself - Actress
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Himself / Daniel
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Himself - Screenwriter
Emma Loach ...
Herself
Hannah Loach ...
Herself
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Himself
Stephen Loach ...
Himself
Derek Malcolm ...
Himself - Film Critic
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Himself - Cinematographer
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Himself - Actor
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Herself - Producer
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Himself - Film Director (as Sir Alan Parker)
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Herself / Maggie Conlan
Tony Selby ...
Himself - Actor
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Herself / Katie
Max Stafford-Clark ...
Himself - Artistic Director, Royal Court, 1979-1983
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Himself - Actor
David Webster ...
Himself - Friend

Directed by

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Louise Osmond

Produced by

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Lizzie Francke ... executive producer
Christine Langan ... executive producer
Rebecca O'Brien ... producer
Joe Oppenheimer ... executive producer
Jack Thomas-O'Brien ... assistant producer

Music by

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Roger Goula

Cinematography by

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Roger Chapman

Film Editing by

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Joby Gee

Editorial Department

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Drew Armstrong ... i/o co-ordinator
Thom Day ... assistant editor
Sean McMorris ... post-production manager
Des Murray ... on-line editor
Lizzie Newsham ... digital intermediate conform editor
Tom Rogers ... sales executive: Molinare

Production Management

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Eimhear McMahon ... production manager

Sound Department

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Rhys Adams ... sound recordist
Olly Astles-Jones ... sound
Daniel Bodsworth ... music editor
Claire Ellis ... dialogue editor
Tom Foster ... sound effects editor
George Foulgham ... re-recording mixer
Richard Meredith ... sound mixer

Visual Effects by

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Allison Brownmoore ... motion design
Joe Nowacki ... motion design artist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Adam Feeney ... first assistant camera
Andy Hill ... focus puller

Music Department

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Isobel Griffiths ... orchestral contractor
Ruby Wasmuth ... score coordinator

Other crew

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Emmanuel Denizot ... translator: french subtitles
Mary Gouldsbrough ... production coordinator: shoot only
Elias Millward ... production coordinator

Thanks

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Barry Ackroyd ... special thanks
Lesley Ashton ... special thanks (as Lesley Loach)
Callum Cooper ... special thanks
Jane Craxton ... special thanks
Vernon Dobtcheff ... special thanks
Don Grant ... special thanks
Tony Griffiths ... special thanks
Mike Harrison ... special thanks
Emma Loach ... special thanks
Hannah Loach ... special thanks
Jim Loach ... special thanks
Ken Loach ... special thanks
Stephen Loach ... special thanks
Robert McGregor ... special thanks
David Puttnam ... special thanks
Liz Rosenthal ... special thanks
Robert Shackleton ... special thanks
Roger Smith ... special thanks

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Special Effects

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Other Companies

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Storyline

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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Ken Loach, un cinéaste en colère (France)
  • Das Kino des Ken Loach (Germany)
  • Versus: Ken Loach (Spain)
  • Contro - La vita e i film di Ken Loach (Switzerland, Italian title)
  • Versus - A Vida e os Filmes de Ken Loach (Portugal)
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Runtime
  • 93 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs Alan Parker, when being interviewed in this documentary, refers to Marlon Brando in "Rebel Without a Cause". James Dean was in that film, not Marlon Brando. See more »
Movie Connections Features Loves of a Blonde (1965). See more »

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