• British Film Institute
email/print EmailPrint

Christopher Frayling

Sir Christopher Frayling was Rector of the Royal College of Art from 1996 to 2009. He has also served as Chairman of Arts Council England, Chairman of the Design Council, a Trustee of the Victoria and Albert Museum, and is currently a Governor of the British Film Institute. His books include a biography of Sergio Leone, 'Something to Do with Death' (2000), 'Spaghetti Westerns' (1981), 'Ken Adam: The Art of Production Design' (2005) and a study of 'Things to Come' (1995), also in the BFI Film Classics series.

Works

cover Buy
The Innocents

British Film Institute
Sir Christopher Frayling explores the journey from Henry James's original novella, The Turn of the Screw, via critical debates and the stage version of The...
Christopher Frayling

Sign up to receive information about new releases, author appearances, special offers, all related to your favorite books and authors.
Sign Up Now!