The Making of Tonite Let's All Make Love in London (1967): an interview with Peter Whitehead
In a 36-minute interview, Peter Whitehead talks about the making of his 1967 film 'Tonight Let's All Make Love in London'. He comments on his interviews with Julie Christie, Michael Caine, Alan Aldridge and others, and he recounts his experience of filming Pink Floyd at the UFO Club and in the recording studio. This is a specially edited version of a 3-hour interview with Whitehead.
Robert Chilcott is a PhD candidate in the CATH Research Centre at DMU.
Citation : Chibnall, S. and Chilcot, R. (2017) The Making of Tonite Let's All Make Love in London (1967): an interview with Peter Whitehead', produced and directed by Robert Chilcott and Steve Chibnall, edited by Robert Chilcott, a CATH Centre production first screened at Phoenix Cinema, Leicester, 3 March 2017
Research Group : Cinema and Television History Research Centre
Peer Reviewed : No
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