The Movies of Ken Korda

Ken Korda

Being a massive fan of ‘The Adam & Joe Show’, it was a happy day when I discovered Adam Buxton’s blog. Better still, over the last few weeks he has been uploading some short interviews he made with Ken Korda for ‘The Last Word’ on More4.

Kenneth Korda is a big figure in Hollywood, and given his involvement in some recent films (sometimes working closely with the directors), meant he was just the man Channel 4 were looking for to get an insight into their production:

Each of these movies is about 5-7MB in size, and are in MP4 format.


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