RepositoryBill Douglas Centre Archives (GB 2869)
Ref NoBDC 5/70
LevelBox
Extent1 box
TitleUnder Construction
DescriptionBox with various files relating to Derek Jarman's films and other projects.

Time Out London, 6-12 February 2008: 'The Genius of Jarman'
Derek Jarman, Night, Vienna 2008
Punk: No-one is Innocent, Vienna 2008
Paintings by Derek Jarman, ICA 1984
Invitation to 'Derek Jarman. Artist, Film-maker, Designer' (Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts) February 1997
'Derek Jarman. Artist, Film-maker, Designer' (Barbican Art Gallery, Private view leaflet)
Letter from Julia Peyton-Jones to Mackay re: 'Brutal Beauty' exhibition at Serpentine Gallery, 16 May 2008
Freezeframe, April-May (Lamont Gallery)
Wetterfest, Frankfurt am Main, 2007
Waldemar Januszczack, 'His Blue Heaven' - photocopy of Jarman article, Sunday Times 2 March 2008
Derek Jarman, dandy de l'underground
Jon Savage, 'Against the Tide - 'photocopy of Jarman article, Guardian 14 February 2008
Reassessing a Renaissance Man, - photocopy of Jarman article, Art World Feb/March 2008
Isaac Julien on Jarman's 'Blue' - single page (p.43) extract
Gilles Pastor, Creation Festival les Intraquilles 2008 (including Derek Jarman material and images)
Six page description of Jarman's Super-8 film archive, bequeathed to Mackay in 1994, making a case for its acquisiton by Tate Britain. Includes a list of the 62 films in the archive.
E-mail exchange between Mackay and Mark Toscano re: Jarman's Super 8 archive
Isaac Julien/Tate Britain, Derek Jarman Biopic Project, autumn 2008 (9-page typescript with illustrations)
Isaac Julien, Derek Jarman Film & Painting exhibition, Brunswick Gallery, May 2008 (9-page typescript with illustrations)
Folder re: Isaac Julien's 'Brutal Beauty' exhibition
List of films from James Mackay (2 pages)
Context magazine (April 1999) on chronic illness and families, including AIDS
Cine-Source May 2008
The Message from Water (Japanese photos of water crystals)
Jo Self, Paintings from the Private Garden of His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama
Kaddish
The Independent Film Parliament, Report and Recommendations, 12 July 2003
Enthusiasm (Artificial Eye), Issue 5, Winter 2002
John Byrne, New Work, 2004
Postcard from Lynn to Mackay, 3 February 2008
Card from Isaac Julien to Mackay, 5 May 2006
Invitation to True Stories Lisbon, 2006
Zhou Jun, Bird's Nest Project
Film Four small plastic card (World Extreme +1)
Typed letter from Paul Cheshire to James Mackay, 11 September 2008
Chinese workers' poster
Il contratto (2 pages)
San Francisco International Film Fesitval, April-May 2008 programme
Minerva Rarovideo folder,
Don't Trust Me, Adel Abdessemed, 2008 poster
World Factory, (four posters)
San Francisco Art Institute, leaflet and 2007 poster
Man to Man dvd (BFI/Basilisk Communications Ltd, 2010) - donated in person, November 2014
Super Eight Axion Films dvd, Jo Comino & James Mackay (Basilisk Communications 2011) - donated in person, November 2014
Pitch for film "A Poor Man's God"
Pitch by Lynn Hersham Leeson for film and installation on the life of Tina Modotti
Invitations to the opening of "Number Four: Derek Jarman" at the Julia Stoschek Foundation, September 10 2010
Issue 2 of The Brighton Filmmakers Journal, published 8 August 2009, featuring interview with James Mackay
Issue 5 of The Brigton Filmmakers Journal, published 28 November 2010. James is thanked on the contents page
Booklet of "The Jarman Award" 2008, funded by Film London and More4 and featuring Duncan Campbell, Luke Fowler, Andrew Kotting, Emily Wardill
Programme for la enena marron, an arthouse cinema in Madrid, showing "Glitterbug"
A card from the Viennale wishing James a Happy New Year
Script for "La Columbina" from Firefly Films Limited, adapted by Matthew Hobbs from the manuscript "The Great Clown Kidnapping of 1572" by Judith Lanigan
Festival Programme for "9 Festival Internazionale di Film con Tematiche Omesessuali" (Gay film festival) in Torino 13-18 April 1994, featuring "Glitterbug"






LanguageEnglish, French, German, Japanese
Access StatusOpen
Creator_NameMackay, James (1954-); producer
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