February 17, 1942
Paul Watson (February 17, 1942-) is an English documentary filmmaker. He started off as a painter and artist, before moving into television in the late 1960s with documentaries. he is still active in his creation of documentaries, despite being past retirement age. [1 ] [2 ] [3 ] [4 ]
His career has included a short stint as Artist-In-House at
Tonbridge Grammar School, and he continues his painting.
He currently lives with his wife Barbara in
Documentaries [ edit ]
(1974) The Family
Race of the Power Bikes (1974)
The Fishing Party (1985)
(1993) Sylvania Waters
The Factory (1995)
Malcolm and Barbara: A Love Story (1999)
A Wedding In The Family (2000)
Rain In My Heart (2006)
The Unhappy Countess (2007)
Malcolm and Barbara: Love's Farewell (2007)
References [ edit ]
^ "Interview: Paul Watson | Media | The Guardian". theguardian.com . Retrieved 2014-07-05.
^ "Fake-death Alzheimer's film-maker Paul Watson slams Simon Cowell and 'sneering reality TV' | Mail Online". dailymail.co.uk . Retrieved 2014-05-23.
^ "High spirits & high seas: Carols, The Vicar of Dibley, Bruce Almighty lead Christmas TV line-up | News.com.au". news.com.au . Retrieved 2014-05-23.
^ "U.K. TV hit by new fakery scandal | Variety". variety.com . Retrieved 2014-05-23.
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