'Including extracts from performances and other material, this DVD shows the creative team of Forced Entertainment talking about their work, about the process of making it and the strategies they use for developing projects, texts and spaces. They hope it’s a valuable introduction to the work and that it will provide a useful, inspiring and provocative resource for educators, students and others.'
- Forced Entertainment
This DVD was produced as part of Forced Entertainment’s Interactions programme, funded by the National Lottery through Arts Council England’s Arts 4 Everyone initiative.
Forced Entertainment, 1999, 30 mins. approx.
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