A number of films have been made about Peter over the years:
1973 Film for Television - "Peter Ind - Music Maker" - Thames TV Director Chris Goddard
1999 – Jazz on a Shoestring by Colin Millar
See also on Peter’s MySpace site or on YouTube – a clip from the Spike Milligan show with Peter Ind and Louis Stewart.





Released 2008 DVD/ recording with Rufus Reid - "Alone Together" Manchester Musicians’ Guild, Pittsburgh, USA.

A clip from this DVD shown below - "Topsy"
Other tracks include: Quasimodo, Love Walked In, Alone Together, Stardust, 317 East 32nd Street, Almost But Maybe, Summary, Cherokee, Body And Soul, Fantasy, Pick Yourself Up, Zingaro, Big Foot plus conversations with the artists.

A limited number of copies of the Rufus Reid/ Peter Ind DVD are available from Peter Ind £16 (incl. p&p)
Contact us for the DVD on waveindjones1@aol.com


JAZZ ON A SHOESTRING -
Premiered at the Denver Jazz On Film Festival in February

..the new documentary about bassist entrepreneur, Peter Ind….a biographical account of Ind's musical and business life…Ind talks fluently of his early days and his experiences as a member of Geraldo's Navy, his time in New York as a student of Lennie Tristano and later as a ten year resident of that city…..Back in London Peter found the building which became the Bass Clef club and Wave recording studio…the Bass Clef ran for a decade and Ind presented many of the finest US and British musicians during those years…at 71 Ind continues his personal search for wider artistic fulfilment..."
... This unusual approach to documenting a jazzman's life journey deserves.. proper exposure. It would make a great South Bank Show (UK cultural programme)….
Peter Vacher, Jazz Journal March 2000

Jazz on a Shoestring: Peter Ind (Britain 1999) - North American Premiere
Colin Millar's new documentary focuses on Englishman Peter Ind, who moved to the US in 1951 to become a major bebop musician and later returned to Great Britain to become an eloquent, passionate spokesman for the need to study improvisational jazz as a disciplined process. The film will be of considerable interest to teachers in general, to those respecting the utility of discipline, to anyone passionate about anything, and to those interested in learning how the study of jazz can develop one's full potential as a human being"
Film Festival notes, The fourth Denver Jazz Film Festival