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1. REAL MONEY (1995) Additional videos - Ron Peck

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Recorded in 2008, Ron Peck recounts how he and Mark Ayres made Real Money, how they worked with the actors and the incredible reaction to the film when it was shown on C4 television. Sign up for free to watch the video.

2. Fighters (1991) Intro - Ron Peck

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First transmitted in September 1992, Fighters was written and directed by Ron Peck and produced by Mark Ayres through their company Team Pictures Productions, based in Mile End. Read more.

3. CROSS-CHANNEL (2008) RON PECK

http://www.ronpeck.com/cross-channel-video

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.

4. Fighters (1991) Credits - Ron Peck

http://www.ronpeck.com/fighters-credits

View the full credits of the film Fighters by Ron Peck. UK, 1991, 100 minutes, Colour & B&W. Crew and Cast. You can also access archival material relating to the film and order a live stream or DVD.

5. LINKS - Ron Peck

http://www.ronpeck.com/links

On this page you will find a small collection of links to resources related to Ron Peck's films and topics including boxing, independent film and distribution for further reading.

6. NEWS - Ron Peck

http://www.ronpeck.com/news

On this page we will keep you up to date with the latest content added to the website and also let you know about related exhibitions and events as and when they come up.

7. CONTACT - Ron Peck

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Get in touch if you would like to set up a meeting, get permission to use material or if you are from the press and would like to receive further information. You can also sign up to receive email news and updates.

8. REAL MONEY (1995) Intro - Ron Peck

http://www.ronpeck.com/real-money-intro

It was boxer Bradley Stone who suggested the idea that ultimately became Real Money, a drama showing the more desperate and criminal side, which forever held out temptations to the boxer struggling to make a living in the sport. Read more.

9. FIGHTERS (1991) Images - Ron Peck

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Sign up for free to view images including film stills and production shots of the film Fighters by Ron Peck. We will also send you updates when more material is available on this site and let you know about screenings & exhibitions.

10. Introduction to the Website - Ron Peck

http://www.ronpeck.com/introduction

"I created this website, with much help, to make work I’ve done more available and accessible, to show previously unseen work but also to use it as a platform for projecting new work." - Ron Peck. Read more.

11. REAL MONEY (1995) Script outline - Ron Peck

http://www.ronpeck.com/real-money-outline

This ‘Script Outline – First Draft’, then titled Once Upon A Time in East London, was written in early September 1994. Sign up for free to read the outline and receive updates and notifications of screenings & exhibitions.

12. REAL MONEY (1995) Images - Ron Peck

http://www.ronpeck.com/real-money-images

Sign up for free to view images including film stills and production shots of the film Real Money by Ron Peck. We will also send you updates when more material is available on this site and let you know about screenings & exhibitions.

13. REAL MONEY (1995) Credits - Ron Peck

http://www.ronpeck.com/real-money-credits

View the full credits of the film Real Money by Ron Peck. UK, 1995, 75 minutes, Colour. Crew and Cast. You can also access archival material relating to the film and order a live stream or DVD.

14. A kind of biography - Ron Peck

http://www.ronpeck.com/ron-peck

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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