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Films

Edward II. Directed by Derek Jarman. British Screen, BBC Films, and Working Title, 1991.

Jubilee. Directed by Derek Jarman. Whaley-Malin Productions and Megalovision, 1978.

The Lion in Winter. Directed by Anthony Harvey. Haworth Productions, 1968.

Orlando. Directed by Sally Potter. Adventure Pictures, 1992.