Terry Gilliam In Conversation

Over the course of thirty-five years, Terry Gilliam has been making films which serve as a window to his intricate and colorful mind. In August 2009 BFI Southbank showcased a complete retrospective of his inimitable directorial work. In this onstage interview, chaired by Dick Fiddy, Gilliam shares his views on filmmaking and discusses his work with characteristically sharp and self-deprecating humour. The Monty Python surrealist proves to be much like his creations: idiosyncratic, dark and playful.


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