Every Picture Tells a Story
Feature length film based on the life of acclaimed artist William Scott.
Every Picture Tells a Story is based on the true-life experiences of acclaimed painter William Scott. His story is told through a dream-like recollection of the past. A meticulous and moving picture which traces the life of a boy who overcame poverty and tragedy to become an honored man of our time.
"Strong on feeling...stands as one of the great films about childhood." (Stills - 1984)
"The film is a wonderfully sensitive evocation of childhood and shows the development of William Scott's artistic sensibilities." (Mary Rose Beaumont - Arts Review 1985)
Press Release, 1984 (Synopsis, Cast, Crew)
The Business of Film 1984 - "Short Steps to Long Features"
What's on & Where to go in London, 1985 by Phillip Bergson
Glasgow Herald, 1984 - "Double-takes as painter's life filmed"
Screen International, 1984 by Pradeep Upadhyay
Arts Review, 1985 - by Mary Rose Beaumont
Los Angeles Times - by Kevin Thomas
RA The magazine for the Friends of the Royal Academy, 1984
Art Monthly, 1984 by Kevin Gough-Yates