Having worked as an assistant to acclaimed filmmaker Pawel Pawlikowski, Isaacs' reveals a great capacity to establish privileged relationships with the protagonists in his documentary films, creating a succession of deeply moving and uniquely original views of modern Britain. His camera's presence fades and is forgotten...
We present three of Marc Isaacs most remarkable films: Lift; Travellers and Calais: The Last Border.
- New filmed interview with director Marc Isaacs
- Booklet essays
- All new director-approved digital transfers from original materials with restored picture and sound
Quietly building a body of work that is putting him among the most empathetic documentary observers we have --Time Out
Isaacs has an astounding gift for getting people to open up to him, and he uses film the way a skilled artist uses paint. The result is beautiful, heartbreaking and profoundly humane --The Times online