Bumper month for fans of Peter Watkins, BFI Southbank (National Film Theatre in old money) is showing 'Privilege' during July (Sunday 29th and Tuesday 31st) along with 'Forgotten Faces'. From the programme "Ahead of the game in '67, Watkins forsees the complete assimilation and exploitation of rock 'n' roll music by 'The Man': in this case the Christian Right. A reluctant, tortured Christ like poster-boy - sharply played by Paul Jones of Manfred Mann - fronts an overblown version of Onward Christian Soldiers alongside giant crucifixes, before he cracks under pressure. Only Jean Shrimpton questions the facade."
Also, I think I saw earlier today that Eurkea/Masters of Cinema were giving their normally excellent treatment to 'Edvard Munch', however I can't seem to see any reference to it on their site.
I quite fancy seeing 'Privilege' on the big screen, it remains one of the hardest British films of the 1960's to actually see.
Peter Watkins's own website, link.
Bright Lights Film Journal article on Privilege by Tom Sutpen, link.
Pan Paperback book cover, link.
Paul Jones sings songs from 'Privilege' (HMV EMI EP front & rear), link.