The Anit-Clock project takes Jospeph Baphs though the shadows of his past to confront that mirror image of the self that condemns us all – a blind automaton whose words are simply the rationale of the defence attack system caught in the horrors of the past and the anxieties of the future. Does our hero have a chance of alienating the circuit which will suppress his longing for a higher synthesis. –IMDb
Jane Arden was born in Wales in 1927 and left for London in her teens.
She trained at RADA and quickly began working as an actress and playwright. It was there that she met her future husband, Philip Saville, who is now perhaps most known for his work Boys from the Blackstuff (1982) and The Life and Loves of a She-Devil (1986). They had 2 children, Sebastian Saville and Dominic Saville and one step- child, Elizabeth Saville.
Jane Arden’s plays include Armchair Theatre: The Thug (1959) which starred Alan Bates, The Party (1968) which was directed by Charles Laughton and gave Albert Finney his first role in the theatre, Post Mortem (1999), The New Communion For Freaks, Prophets and Witches, De illusionist (1984) and Vagina Rex and the Gas Oven (1969).
Jane Arden began tracing female oppression in 1966 when she wrote a script for the film Six: The Logic Game (1965). It was described as… read more
Jack Bond (born 1939) is a British film producer and director. He is best known for his work for The South Bank Show and his creative partnership with the British writer, actor and director Jane Arden (1927–1982) between 1965 and 1979.
In 1965 Bond made a documentary film with Salvador Dalí, Dali in New York. Working with Jane Arden, Bond directed the award winning Separation (1967), produced The Other Side of the Underneath (1972) and co-directed Anti-Clock (1979). These three films were reissued by the British Film Institute on Blu-ray and DVD on 13 July 2009.
In 1988 Bond directed the feature-length film It Couldn’t Happen Here featuring Pet Shop Boys, as well as the music video for their single “Heart”.
In 2010 Bond was interviewed by VBS.TV and Jamie Reynolds of the Klaxons for VBS Meets…Jack Bond. The video and article are available online. —Wikipedia