Monday, July 31, 2006
Tuesday, July 25, 2006
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Monday, July 24, 2006
Saturday, July 22, 2006
Friday, July 21, 2006
Guys and Dolls
The tour kicks off soon and we were at the press day to film Claire Sweeney and Ben Richards.
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Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Wednesday, July 12, 2006
From the Metro this morning. Its the first time that UKFILM.TV has been mentioned in the press. Look out for a new review section and film trailers coming soon. Get up to the minute details of those films making the news. In a few months, all the latest BAFTA nominated films will be featured as well as the latest news from the Oscars. Independent films will also be brought to your inbox from the best of our youtube and myspace friends. To keep in touch enter our competition to win one of TEN DVDs of PROOF. See UKFilm.TV for details.
Sunday, July 09, 2006
Saturday, July 08, 2006
Friday, July 07, 2006
Its 9pm on a sunny London evening and Josephine Rogers has just been interviewing Festival Director Peter Wallder (pictured above). This is the first night of our tour around the festivals in the UK and we will be interviewing and previewing and filming and writing for your pleasure. Look out for more online over the summer months. Today was an amazing day. I secured another 14 performances, regular West End interviews and a feature in this weeks Metro. I love London :-) ps did you like the instant email ? A quick mention for cameraman Danny King who is covering the Abbey Fest.
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Wednesday, July 05, 2006
UK Theatre Network is leading a revolution that’s bringing theatrical performances online.
(PRWEB) July 3, 2006 -- With songs hitting the charts purely from downloads, and television episodes abounding in cyberspace, it was only a matter of time before theatre went online as well. UK Theatre Network (UKTN) is the first to put live theatrical performances on the internet, allowing people to see previews and clips of shows that are happening across the country.
The first major event to go online was the opening of the new National Theatre of Scotland, and more are planned this summer. Three theatre festivals are due to go live on the site in the next few months – South
London’s Abbeyfest, the 24:7 Theatre Festival in Manchester, and a portion of the Edinburgh Fringe. 800 people have already downloaded a podcast of Hamlet since it was launched on the site a month ago. The founder of the UK Theatre Network site, Douglas McFarlane, has been leading a debate in the US on a Broadway website about the prospect of theatre going online. It’s causing something of a storm between those who think theatre’s all about the live performance and those who want it to expand the medium.
McFarlane feels theatre needs to go online if it’s going to continue competing with film and music (both now downloadable): “Theatre can’t just sit back and lose out on this one, it’s a massive opportunity for expanding audiences. Everyone seems to be watching the latest film while they’re on the move nowadays, why not the latest West End show as well.”
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Sunday, July 02, 2006
Win family tickets for 4 to see Fimbles Live in Manchester, Bristol and Southampton. Watch the video to the end for the question you need to answer (the name of the presenter should be send to firstname.lastname@example.org - competition open during July/August 2006.