Nick Brown found initial success with his Agent of Rome novels published by Hodder & Stoughton. Described by The Times as ‘gripping’, the critically acclaimed series has now reached six volumes and has been translated into Spanish, Italian and Dutch. He was inspired to write historical fiction by the work of C.J. Sansom and when […]
Congratulations to composer Natalie Holt on her RTS Nomination for her brilliant score for Phillippa Lowthorpe’s Three Girls. Meanwhile the Kudos tv film The Boy With The Topknot airs 9 pm Monday November 13 on BBC 2. Journey’s End premiered in October at The London Film Festival and Pin Cushion opened The Venice Film Festival.
Michael Radford will direct Vivien for Elstree Studio Productions and producer Warren Derosa. Based on his own screenplay about the life of Vivien Leigh, Radford explores her bipolar disorder and resulting promiscuity which destroyed her marriage to Laurence Olivier. See profile page..
Many congratulations to our Swedish composer Uno Helmersson for ace review for his score for The Lion Woman He’s currently working on the next series of the brilliant The Bridge http://smatalent.com/helmersson-uno/
Fergus O’Connell’s latest business book, The Project Management Book: 50 Ways to Run Successful Projects in Half the Time has just been published by LID Publishing. His 15 business books have been published in 25 languages running alongside his successful career as one of Ireland’s most successful novelists. He’s recently completed a screenplay based on […]
Kevin wrote and produced the multi-award winning short, Eva’s Legacy, which premiered at the London Short Film Festival in January 2015. It went on to screen at 15 festivals around the world, picking up a Platinum Remi for Original Dramatic Short at Houston’s Worldfest, Best Film and Best Cinematography at the Rob Knox Film Festival, […]
His latest feature documentary Show Me The Picture: The Story of Jim Marshall, celebrates the greatest and most gifted photographer who created iconic images of 60’s rock ‘n’ roll stars, jazz greats, and civil rights leaders. It opened in the UK January 31 after a premiere at The Curzon Bloomsbury. Jim Marshall had the power […]
Keith English’s feature, The More You Ignore Me, will be screened as part of Australia’s November British Film Festival following a successful run in New Zealand. It is currently streaming in the US after winning Best Comedy at the UK’s National Film Awards. Adapted by Jo Brand, from her own novel it tells the poignant […]