HALFWAY TO PARADISE: GRANT MORRISON

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Places:

  • Dundee

Subjects:

  • Arts and crafts
  • Home life
  • Housing and living conditions
  • Media, communication and the creative industries

Genres:

  • Television arts

Series:

  • Halfway to paradise

Decade:

  • 1980s

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Title: HALFWAY TO PARADISE: GRANT MORRISON

Reference number: 2323

Date: 1988

Director: [d. Jim Gillespie]

Sponsor: [ Channel 4 Television]

Production company: [ Big Star in a Wee Picture]

Sound: sound

Original format: 16mm

Colour: col

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 7.20 mins

Description: Comic story writer Grant Morrison talks about comics, how they have changed since the 1950s and his contribution to "Zenith" and "Animal Man".

Film insert from Channel 4 magazine series HALFWAY TO PARADISE, transmitted Autumn 1988. Catalogued selected stories from series. Studio links, captions and stills not recorded on film but supplied by VT inserts (not acquired by Archive).

Find out more about Grant Morrison on his website at http://www.grant-morrison.com/ [last accessed 7/12/2016]

Credits: [cam. Martin Singleton
sd. Phil Croal
ed. Bert Eeles]
[series p. Don Coutts, Stuart Cosgrove]

Shotlist: No credits. General views interior of shop selling comics. Comics story writer Grant Morrison talks about comics, how they have changed since the 1950s and his contribution to current comics such as "Zenith" and "Animal Man" (7.20).