Far From The Madding Crowd – World Premiere interviews - Carey Mulligan, Matthias Schoenaerts, Jessica Barden, Sam Phillips, Thomas Vinterberg, David Nicholls and Charlotte Bruus Christensen
The crowd were all going mad as actors Carey Mulligan, Matthias Schoenaerts, Jessica Barden, Sam Phillips, Director Thomas Vinterberg, Screenwriter David Nicholls and Director of Photography Charlotte Bruus Christensen all walked the red carpet as they attended the World Premiere of Far From The Madding Crowd. A special night also as we welcome our own new Director of Photography Alice Alexander. Join us as we ask Carey Mulligan about the relatable character of Bathsheba Everdene; Matthias Schoenaerts about his honest portrayal of Gabriel Oak; Jessica Barden about playing Bathsheba best friend; Sam Phillips about the restrictions of period army officer uniforms; Thomas Vinterberg about the comparisons of Thomas Hardy’s writing and Danish filmmaking; David Nicholls about capturing the tone of this classic love story and Charlotte Bruus Christensen about capturing the intimacy of the actors working their magic on screen.
Far From The Madding Crowd will arrive in cinemas !st May distributed by Fox Searchlight.
Solitary - Gala Screening interviews - Katharine Lee McEwan, Sarina Taylor, Michael Wildman, Charlotte Victoria and Fiona Hardingham
Solitary kicked off The London Independent Film Festival at the Genesis Cinema as a host of the film’s stars Katharine Lee McEwan, Sarina Taylor, Michael Wildman, Charlotte Victoria and Fiona Hardingham turned up in solidarity to support their film as it received a Gala Screening. Welcoming our newest member to the Premiere Scene team Syrus Lowe along with our seasoned pro Mike Jonas both went along with eager anticipation to find out more about it. Join us as we ask screenwriter, producer and actor Katharine Lee McEwan about her inspiration for the movie, Sarina Taylor about juggling the conflicting emotions of actor and producer, Michael Wildman about what motivated his character, Charlotte Victoria about being a part of such a daring script and Fiona Hardingham about loving a spicy, feisty story!
A Little Chaos - UK Premiere Interviews – Alan Rickman, Helen McCrory, Gail Egan and Andrea Calderwood
Spring was certainly in the air and all was rosy for the UK Premiere of A Little Chaos and Premiere Scene Claire Bueno and Mike Jonas swapped their pruning shears for a microphone to interview actor / director Alan Rickman, actress Helen McCrory and producers Gail Egan and Andrea Calderwood. Join us as we ask Alan Rickman about juggling the roles or King Louis XIV and directing; Helen McCrory about her excitement of being directed by such a seasoned profession as Rickman and producers Gail Egan and Andrea Calderwood about transforming UK locations to act as the Palace of Versailles.
A Little Chaos will arrive in cinemas 17th April distributed by Lionsgate.