I-M Magazine

His latest feature film based on the self-taught artist Chris Moon An Artist’s Eyes has been heralded amongst the critics and fans of the director’s work. In this interview Bond reflects on his life and work, and shares with us some of the best anecdotes of his career, which so far extends over five decades. Read More

The Guardian

Over his eight decades, director Jack Bond has accumulated one of the most cultured and quietly cultish filmographies in British cinema, having signed off on 1979’s avant-garde sci-fi Anti-Clock(rediscovered on the BFI’s Flipside label), the ripe-for-revival Pet Shop Boys curio It Couldn’t Happen Here (1987) and Adam Ant study The Blueblack Hussar (2014). Read More

The Radio Times

Half a century after he made Dalí in New York (1965), Jack Bond has produced an inspired insight into the mind of self-taught outsider artist Chris Moon. Read More

The celebrated painter on being captured on celluloid by legendary filmmaker Jack Bond and his enduring wanderlust for splendid isolation. Read More

The legendary documentarian on his latest film, capturing outsider genius, and the importance of living life without limits. Read More

The Scotsman

Following rising British art star Chris Moon, An Artist’s Eyes offers up a fascinating portrait of a painter determined to exist in the moment. Read more

BBC Sounds

An Artist's Eyes' director Jack Bond (the only director ever to have been permitted to film Salvador Dali) tells Janice of documenting the unique young British painter, Chris Moon. Listen here