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An account of how and why Cross-Channel was made is summarized elsewhere on this site but as part of trying to explain the processes behind improvisation and why I enjoy working with non-professionals, I’m including here video from some of the acting workshops with Mark Tibbs and Alan Milton that helped generate the film.
The story of two brothers getting together again after a long separation, starring ex-boxers Mark Tibbs & Alan Milton. Watch the full movie via live stream, order the DVD or sign-up for free to access the Intro, Credits and Archive.
The first attempt to put the story together that became Cross-Channel. Sign up for free to read the director's notes. We will also send you updates when more material is available on this site and let you know about screenings & exhibitions.
Watch full movies, additional takes and archival footage of Fighters (1991), Real Money (1995) and Cross-Channel (2008) and read the director's notes. More films coming soon.
View the full credits of the film Cross-Channel by Ron Peck. France/UK 2008, 105 mins, Colour. Crew and Cast. You can also access archival material relating to the film and order a live stream or DVD.
A film set on the cross-Channel ferries was an idea François Théault and I had discussed since first meeting in the 1970s. François was from Caen, in Normandy, and I was from London. Read more.
Sign up for free to view images including film stills and production shots of the film Cross-Channel by Ron Peck. We will also send you updates when more material is available on this site and let you know about screenings & exhibitions.
What do I say about myself? In a way I prefer the films themselves to say it all for me. Each project, made or unmade, was a consuming process and an adventure that defined and expressed a different part of my life. Read more.
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