The Mark of Cain + Q&A

Mark of Cain is a BAFTA Award-winning film made for television, which takes as its subject young soldiers confronting the realities of war, and its lasting effects on their lives. Writer Tony Marchant and director Marc Munden discuss the origins of the project and the difficulties of depicting such challenging subject matter as part of the Second Coming season at BFI Southbank, which seeks to reappraise contemporary British television writers.


Elsewhere on BFI Live



  • Do the Right Thing
  • L'Atalante
  • Psycho
  • Separation