Peter Greenaway

Peter GREENAWAY (1942, UK) studied painting, worked for eleven years as film cutter and started directing his own films in 1966. His breakthrough came with The Draughtman's Contract. His extensive oeuvre contains paintings, exhibitions, installations, films and texts.


Train (1966, short), Tree (1966, short), Five Postcards from Capital Cities (1967, short), Intervals (1969, short), Erosion (1971, short), Windows (1975, short), A Walk Through H (1978, short), Vertical Features Remake (1978, Short), The Falls (1980), Act of God (1981, short), Zandra Rhodes (1981, short), The Draughtsman's Contract (1982), Four American Composers (1983), Making a Splash (1984, short), TV Dante: Canto 5 (1984, short), Inside Rooms: The Bathroom (1985, short), A Zed and Two Noughts (1986), The Belly of an Architect (1987), Drowning by Numbers (1988), The Cook, the Thief, his Wife and her Lover (1989), Prospero's Books (1991), The Baby of Macon (1993), The Stairs (1994), Geneva (1994), Prospero's Books (1996), The Pillow Book (1996), The Bridge (1997, short), Eight & a Half Woman (1999), The Man in The Bath (2001), The Tulse Luper Suitcases (2003/2004), Visions of Europe (segment European Showerbath) (2004), A Life in Suitcases (2005), Nightwatching (2007)