21 February, 2009

Glasgow Film Festival - Full House for One Day Removals

The Scottish Premiere of One Day Removals was a great success, playing to a full house at the Glasgow Film theatre last night. Tickets for the screening had already sold out before the night, so many had to be turned away at the door.

The organisers and staff of the festival did a great job looking after us (nearly all of the cast and crew turned up) and we'd like to thank them all for their kindness and professionalism and the great meal afterwards. Allison Gardner & Allan Hunter, the co directors of the festival are doing an amazing job, with very little funding.

We also got a chance to meet up with other film makers - Steven Simpson, director of Rez Bomb, a love story set in the Pine Ridge Lakota reservation and Charlie Levi, writer director of Childless, a drama starring Barbara Hershey and Joe Mantegna. Great guys with really solid productions, we wish them all the best with their work in the future.

Steven Simpson is also an old school mate of our very own Kerwin Robertson. Steven gained an internship with Rodger Corman's production company in his late teens and left Aberdeen for the bright lights of LA. We think if he'd stayed in Aberdeen he wouldn't look like a double for Owen Wilson as he now does. We hope to try the rejuvenating effects of the LA lifestyle ourselves soon, but we're not sure if it can perform miracles....

I'll get photos up as soon as i get them in from our ace photographer bloke, Mark Wyness.


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