Vanishing Point 2017
Narrative Documentary in three parts: Red, Yellow, and Blue (339 mins)
Music by Jim Howard

The Last of England as Director 2002
Experimental Short (30 mins)
Companion piece to art installation, Denise Bibro Gallery, NY.
Music by Jim Howard

Loser Takes All (aka Strike It Rich) as Director/Writer 1990
Feature based on the novel by Graham Greene, Produced by Christine Oestreicher
Miramax Films (84 mins)
Starring Molly Ringwald, Robert Lindsay and John Gielgud for Miramax / HBO, USA

Inspector Morse - The Last Enemy (Episode) as Director 1987
Central TV, London. Starring John Thaw and Kevin Whately

Getting Even: A Wimp's Revenge as Director 1986
After-School Special for ABC TV, Network USA. Starring Adolph Caesar, Jon Rothstein, and Marisa Berenson

Samson and Delilah as Co-Producer 1985
Short Film (27 mins), Directed by Mark Peploe, starring Bernard Hill, Lindsay Duncan
National Film Finance Corporation / Flamingo Pictures

Every Picture Tells a Story as Director 1984
Film on Four, Channel Four TV (80 mins)
Produced by Christine Oestreicher, Written by Shane Connaughton
Starring Alex Norton, Phyllis Logan and Natasha Richardson

A Shocking Accident as Director/Writer 1983
Academy Award Winner, Best Live Action Short Film (25 mins)
Produced by Christine Oestreicher
Starring Rupert Everett and Jenny Seagrove - Flamingo Pictures

Couples and Robbers as Co-Producer/Editor 1981
Short Film (29 mins)
Ladd Company / Flamingo Pictures - Academy Award Nominated. Directed by Clare Peploe. Starring Rik Mayall and Frances Low

Chance, History, Art... as Director 1980
Documentary (50 mins)
Arts Council of Great Britain / Finestroke - Melbourne, Award Winner

'36 to '77 as Co-Director 1978
Documentary / Feature (85 mins)
Directors Marc Karlin, Jon Sanders, James Scott, Humphry Trevelyan
British Film Institute, London

Coilin and Platonida as Director/Writer 1976
Narrative Feature based on the short story 'Kotin and Platonida' by Nikolai Leskov (85 mins)
ZDF German Television, Das kleine Fernsehspiel (Producer: Eckart Stein), Cologne, Germany

Hajj 75 as Supervising Editor 1975
Documentary / Feature
The Pilgrimage to Mecca, Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

Nightcleaners Collective Work 1974
Documentary / Feature 90 mins - Berwick Street Film Collective

Antoni Tàpies as Director 1974
Documentary (Work in Progress)
A film about the Spanish/Catalan artist Antoni Tàpies, which consists of footage shot in Barcelona and interviews between Sir Roland Penrose and the artist.

Adult Fun as Director/Writer 1972
Narrative Feature (108 mins)
Maya Film Productions, London

England's Historic Churches as Director 1972
Documentary (25 mins)
Maya Film Productions for Church Commission

The Great Ice Cream Robbery as Director 1971
Documentary / Double Screen (40 mins)
The artist Claes Oldenburg - Arts Council of Great Britain

Richard Hamilton as Director 1969
Documentary / Short (25 mins)
The artist Richard Hamilton - Arts Council of Great Britain

R.B. Kitaj as Director 1967
Documentary / Short (20 mins)
The artist R.B. Kitaj - Arts Council of Great Britain

Love's Presentation as Director 1966
Documentary (27 mins)
Etching project based on poems by C.P. Cavafy by artist David Hockney and made with the financial assistance of Alan Power.

In Separation as Director/Writer 1965
Experimental short (5 mins)
Written and directed by James Scott
Starring Drewe Henley and Margot Curry, British Film Institute, London

Changes as Producer/Writer 1964
Starring Anthony Hopkins and Jacqueline Pearce

The Sea as Director/Writer 1962
Feature (unfinished), Starring Drewe Henley, Jenny Lousada, Margot Curry

The Rocking Horse as Director/Writer 1962
Short (25 mins)
British Film Institute, Starring Drewe Henley, Jenny Lousada