Breakneck Films are excited to announce that their short film Lady Luck is screening at The world famous WorldFest film festival in Houston USA which runs from 10-19th April 2015. It has been nominated for a REMI award – previous winners include: Spielberg, Lucas, Ridley Scott, David Lynch, the Coen Brothers, and Coppola!
CAST & CREW
SYNOPSIS A young boy attempts to win back his mother’s love. Based on a short story by DH Lawrence ‘The Rocking Horse Winner.”
1:00 PM, Saturday the 18th April
Runtime: 18:25 | English | United Kingdom
I am delighted to say that I have just received an email saying that ‘THE MISSING’ has been nominated for FOUR BAFTA AWARDS.
The categories are:-
Leading actor – James Nesbitt
Supporting actor – Ken Stott
Radio Times audience award (voted for by members of the public)
It was brilliant to be able to play opposite James Nesbitt and he was great. I wish he gets the ‘Best Actor’ BAFTA. My fingers will be crossed.
Congratulations to the whole team.
A new drama is due to transmit with episode 1 going out on the 27th April at 18.00 hrs.
A tale of wizards, dragons and magic by Ursula Le Guin.
A Wizard of Earthsea is a young-adult fantasy novel written by the American author Ursula K. Le Guin, first published by the small press Parnassus in 1968
The radio adaptation by Judith Adams was directed by Sasha Yevtushenco. It may surprise you how this original story is very similar to another young wizard with a scar on his forehead!
Details here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05pktp7
I am away on holiday for a few days and I got an email asking me do a skype interview for the Julien Dubuque International Film Festival in Iowa, for the very successful film ‘ Lady Luck’, directed by Jo Lewis. Unfortunately, the skype connection was awful. Luckily mum had brought the camera and her lap top so we were able to provide a self tape instead.
Wishing the Lady Luck team very best wishes and fingers crossed for another award.
I know some Greek mythology but my attention was drawn to this new series simply because the director is Nick Willing who directed me in the feature film ‘Altar’. It has really piqued my interest and I intend to learn a lot more about Greek mythology. In the meantime here is a sneaky peek at the trailer for the new drama which premiers on SyFy T.V. tomorrow, Thursday, 10 p.m. – “The Temple of Gaia”
The hero, actually called Hero and played by Tom York sets out on a mythical quest to solve the riddle of the Gods, unlock the doors to Olympus and become an immortal. Hero’s epic journey leads him through the darkest realms of Ancient Greece accompanied by the beautiful, but twisted Oracle of Gaia, the powerful sorceress Medea and genius inventor Daedalus. Hero battles trickster gods, vicious monsters, seductive nymphs, kings and despots, as he transforms from fresh-faced naive into a ruthless, cold hearted killer, and match for the gods themselves.
Sharon Oakes (top left) pictured with some of the cast recording Fanny and Alexander.
At Maida Vale Studios recording the two part radio version of Fanny and Alexander for Radio Three Drama with some of the cast. Adam Thomas Wright, Allan Corduner, Sheila Reid and Mark Bazeley. Produced and Directed by BBC Scotland’s Gaynor McFarlane
First episode is on tomorrow night. I get to do a lot of swearing!!!
The Telegraph and The Independent have favourable reviews and Financial times says enjoyably bitter sweet.
see details here:- http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05ns9lx
Broadcast Sunday 29th March and Sunday 5th April 2015.
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