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Atters Attree & “Carry On” Fenella Fielding

“Michael “Atters” Attree, writer for the Chap magazine and registered moustache oficionado. His fancy handlebar hovers extremely close to a bone dry martini…”
The Spectator

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Cover edition

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A St Martin’s…

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A St Martin’s School of Art  be-ruffled young peacock with his film crew at St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden, (London, mid eighties).Image

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A very old screening award notification poster from over 25 years ago. The Divine Comedy was shot on 16mm using a bulky WWII Arriflex BL film camera (and a clockwork Bolex for the title sequence). The 25 minuet film was shot entirely around a (then) crumbling and apocalyptic Brick Lane, London in 1987. The late Free Cinema film director Lindsay Anderson (Every Day Except Christmas, IF….)  found the film “Menacing, disturbing, disturbed…”. Shot and directed by a rather “angry” young Atters.

Short clip of the film HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sfD8ZC34pAs

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On set directin…

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ImageOn set directing The Shriek (Horror) at The British Ballet Organisations HQ, Hammersmith, London 1988.

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Atters Attree Chap Olympics Rotter

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THE CHAP OLYMPIAD “Above: Michael “Atters” Attree strikes yet another blow, sealing his prize as the ultimate rotter.”

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Atters Attree Chap Cover Edition (Issue 37)
A excerpt of Atters’ cover picture feature can be seen HERE: http://thechapmagazine.co.uk/content/section_archive/golf.html