Monthly Archives: November 2012
Neverwhere is an urban fantasy television series which was first broadcast in 1996 on BBC2. It was written by Neil Gaiman and Lenny Henry and was set in “London Below”, a magical realm coexisting with the more familiar London, referred to as “London Above”. The series was later adapted by Gaiman into novel form. It has been announced on Gaiman’s […]
Two teaser images of Richard Ayoade’s second directorial film ‘The Double‘ have been released ahead off the film’s scheduled release in 2013. It is looking highly likely that the film, which also features Yasmin Paige in the role of ‘Melanie Papadopoulos’, will premiere at the upcoming 2013 Sundance Film Festival in January.
An interview with Richard Ayoade: London-student.net Author – Sam Price Source – london-student.net Summary it’s difficult to overestimate how remarkably clam-free, and what a breath of fresh air, Richard Ayoade’s Submarine is. Let’s not mince words about this: it’s likely the best British film to emerge in this decade, and arguably the preceding one. In spite of […]
Submarine: Movie Two Hundred Fifty One Author – Andy Source – andywatchesmovies.com A “three totally sweet airbrushed vans out of five” review for Submarine by Andy from andywatchesmovies.com Summary Submarine is a film that I wanted to love before knowing much about it. I’m a sucker for indie movies and I’m a sucker for coming-of-age stories and I thought […]
Spoof or Die is a short film which stars Yasmin Paige, Ryan McParland, Michael Smiley and Monica Dolan. The film was written by Stacy Gregg and was directed by Prasanna Puwanarajah. It was featured as part of Channel 4’s Coming Up 2012 season and was first broadcast in July 2012. Summary: Sixteen year old Craig has grown […]
A review of Pramface Season 1 from an american viewers point of view which was posted on britwatching.wordpress.com Pramface: Sixteen and pregnant, but British and funny.
So recently the cast and crew of Pramface have finished the filming of season 2. BBC/Little Comet have hired accomplished director Misha Manson-Smith (La La Land, Death In Gaza) to helm the six episode second season of BBC Three’s comedy. Manson-Smith replaces Daniel Zeff, who served as series director for the show’s six episode first season. The […]