Flesh and Blood (Anderson, 1989) is a re-working of stage the production by The Cholmondeleys. Through close up camera work, this film version allows the exploration of the emotional and the spiritual through small, detailed choreography that would be otherwise lost on stage, such as a gesture of a finger or the tilt of the head which resonate with the imagery of the work. Filmed both on location and in a studio, the film offers a different experience to the stage production. To aid study of this work, the NRCD also produce a resource pack on Flesh and Blood. This film was the first collaboration between choreographer Lea Anderson and Margaret Williams, who then went on to make such films as Cross Channel and Perfect Moment.