Award-winning documentary maker Mark Kidel has moved to Shaftesbury.
Mark is best known for pioneering the ‘rockumentary’ film format. His work has given the public a unique insight into what drives some of the world’s most creative people, including architect Sir Norman Foster, musician Elvis Costello and Indian composer Ravi Shankar.
In our interview, Mark explains why filming Rod Stewart was ‘a beast all the way through’. And Mark explains why he chose to tell the story of actor Cary Grant for his most recent film.
Mark feels strongly that he made the right decision in choosing a home in Shaftesbury. He tells us why.