Though Peter Greenaway is best known for the films that followed his 1982 arthouse breakthrough The Draughtsman’s Contract, it was preceded by 20 years of fascinating filmmaking activity. This period of experimentation, in which the preoccupations of Greenaway’s later work are fully in evidence, is the subject of this series, which includes five of Greenaway’s playful, outlandish, and inventive shorts, and his first feature, the 1980 mock documentary The Falls.