Writer/Director Edmond Greville was one of the seventh arts’ first cinephiles turned filmmakers. He worked from 1931 to 1963 and his pictures are filled with imagination, energetic style and boundary-pushing experimentation, but his filmography has fallen through the cracks in the way the work of Edgar G. Ulmer and Joseph H. Lewis never have. Why is that? And how can things change?

We focus on Gréville’s legacy as well as three of his films: NOOSE, WHIRLPOOL and THE ACCIDENT.

For more information on the availability of his films, Justin has put together a handy guide available here: filmtrap.com/a-guide-to-the-fil…f-edmond-greville/

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