You’re Gonna Pay Me Well: Portrait from Provence

You’re Gonna Pay Me Well: Portrait from Provence

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Southern France, The Vaucluse




Transmission 10/10/1989


25min 05sec




1 inch



Digitised as part of the UTV Archive Partnership Project (ITV, Northern Ireland Screen and PRONI)


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A look into artist Caroline Fellowes's life in Southern France.

Described by Fellowes as "a kind of no-man's land", Vaucluse is welcoming to strangers and painters. She likens it to her home town of Bangor, both places with a "spiritual magic in the landscape". 

The viewer is told about the various positions Fellowes had before she made the move to become a full time artist. With a look into family life, we meet her husband Yoni Cohen and her new baby, this is followed by a frank discussion on how motherhood had affected her working life. 

Concluding the programme, Fellowes and friends sit around a table on Bastille Day [14 July], discussing French life as fireworks shoot into the sky behind them. 


A Chistera production for UTV.

In association with Peugeot.  

Producers wish to thank, La Mairie d’Arles, L’espace Van Gogh (Arles), L’Office Du Prefet (Avignon) and L’Abbaye de Senanque

Director: Bruch Milliard

Producer: Moore Sinnterton



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