Bronco Bullfrog Barney Platts-Mills& 39; forgotten film of 1969 deserves wider attention. Like Ken Loach& 39;s work from the same era it has much to say that is truthful about the so called swinging sixties.
Date: 1968 Director: Barney Platts-Mills Production Company: Jocasta Films Mays Film Productions Stars: Dougie Quant Roy Haywood Sam Shepherd John Carr Del Walker Dave Foulger Dennis Newley Lo ion s : Kent London
Barney Platts-Mills: Return of the Mods Bronco Bullfrog acted by amateurs and directed by a drop-out has been screened at the National Film Theatre and is out on DVD. Matthew Sweet spoke to the ...
In 1965 he founded the production company Maya Film Productions with Barney Platts-Mills and Adam Barker-Mill. James Scott director - Wikipedia They had also been commissioned to write the score for Bronco Bullfrog an East End skinhead film directed by Barney Platts-Mills which established a genre subsequently taken up by Mike Leigh .
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barney platts mills with the film looking for tomorrow Privilege The Squeeze and Private Road among highlights of EIFF… Barney Platts-Mills was born in Colchester and edu ed in London and Through Dateline he was introduced to film director James Scott and editor and
Platts-Mills who used his well-heeled connections to get the film financed found the boys for his cast at the Play Barn the youth-based wing of Joan Littlewood& 39;s theatre in Stratford.
In the hands of writer-director Barney Platt-Mills Private Road achieves a unique sort of timelessness; it is naturalistic and yet poetic satirical yet gentle and funny yet painful too. The boy is Peter Bruce Robinson a young writer with a Public School accent who lives with his middle class bohemian mates in Notting Hill smoking dope and plotting the revolution.
Barney Platts-Mills is a British film director best known for his award-winning films Bronco Bullfrog and Private Road. Biography This section is in a list format that may be better presented using prose .
Platts-Mills& 39;s low-budget independent monochrome movie arose out of a project for East End kids at Joan Littlewood& 39;s Theatre Workshop and was semi-improvised by non-professional performers. At the centre is the 17-year-old apprentice welder Del who disrupts the monotony of life with petty theft and fighting and hero-worships the eponymous borstal fugitive Sam Shepherd .