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Current news image SEMYON BYCHKOV’s Tchaikovsky Project
Semyon Bychkov introduces Tchaikovsky’s ‘Manfred’ Symphony to the Britten Pears Orchestra in Snape Maltings. Directed & photographed by Margaret

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LUCIA di LAMMERMOOR Directed for the screen by Margaret Williams went live in 914 cinemas in 25 countries. DVD available 2017

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Margaret worked with Susan McAllister and Naomi Natale, The Art of Revolution on their new project EN LA LUZ which Margaret shot in Santiago, Chile
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During a Robert Rauschenberg Residency, alongside other artists & poets, Margaret & Victoria Marks made their new film CAPTIVA working with dancer Wilfried Soully and local resident Emory Cavin on Captiva Island, Florida. Photographed and edited by Margaret
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P R E V I O U S L Y
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Current news image Maxine Peake as HAMLET now in cinemas across North America and available on blu-ray and DVD
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"PLACE, MUSIC and STORY come together with spine - tingling force" – the Guardian. Available on DVD and blu-ray
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big dance shorts Brazil RANDOM ACTS: BIG DANCE 2014
Catch the films in festivals in UK and internationally
Written on skin WRITTEN on SKIN
Directed for the screen by Margaret Williams at the Royal Opera House.
Award winning DVD and blu-ray available
Current news image OWEN WINGRAVE is re-released on DVD by Arthaus Musik Current news image WAYNE McGREGOR – GOING SOMEWHERE
feature documentary by Catherine Maximoff co-produced with lesfilmsdupresent was screened at the Wellcome Collection
Metamorphosis
©ROH/Johan Persson 2010
ASHTON CELEBRATION
includes Tamara Rojo’s Royal Ballet farewell dancing with Sergei Polunin DVD & Blu-ray NOW available from Royal Opera House
Current news image METAMORPHOSIS:TITIAN 2012
3 new ballets inspired by Titian: Choreographers & artists teamed up with composers to produce dance pieces in response to Titian paintings
Current news image BIG DANCE FILMS 2012
Wayne McGregor documentary heads a stellar list of choreographers making 5 new films giving insight into the choreographic process for use in education. www.bigdancefilms.com
Current news image VETERANS by Margaret Williams and Victoria Marks wins the International Prize at Videodansa Barcelona Festival 2009 with a cash award €4,000
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ONE MAN WALKING
Created especially for Channel 4 ONE MAN WALKING directed by Margaret Williams brings together writer/deviser Jonzi D, choreographer Kenrick’ H20’ Sandy and composer Michael ‘Mikey J’ Asante
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MOUTH TO MOUTH
Alison Murray’s Mouth to Mouth staring Ellen Page has released theatrically in Canada, UK, USA and France as REBELLE ADOLESCENCE
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March 2012
MISHANDLED – dance film by Jessica Wright and Morgann Runacre-Temple. Screenings include the prestigious Festival International du Film sur l’Art in Montreal

February 2011
LIMEN and CHROMA on DVD. Two Wayne McGregor ballets, directed by Margaret Williams plus INFRA filmed at Royal Opera House and performed by The Royal Ballet are distributed by Opus Arte

December 2008
4DANCE: DANCE 4 FILM ‘showcasing brilliant ideas, it reminds us that choreography has a vibrant life that goes way beyond 'Strictly Come Dancing’, The Sunday Times, broadcast on Channel 4
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MOUTH TO MOUTH, the award-winning feature film debut of Alison Murray, has its UK theatrical release and distribution by Dogwoof . The film was screened at The Empire Leicester Square. Great reviews in Empire and from Derek Malcolm in The Evening Standard

April 2008
DANCE 4 FILM in its Australian format THE ABC OF DANCE 4 FILM goes out in primetime on ABC . The series was a collaboration with Circe Films and supported by Australia Council for the Arts

June 2007
MARGARET WILLIAMS ­ DANCE FILM ­ A Retrospective 1988 ­ 2007: a multi-screen installation throughout the Wapping Project, connects viewers with Margaret's extraordinary body of work as a dance-film maker. Read Judith Mackrell’s blog entry for guardian.co.uk