We have a very special PRODUCTION DIARY today that features excerpts from a radio interview recorded with Peter Cushing in May 1986, much of which that has never been broadcast before. The interview now forms part of our new documentary PETER CUSHING: In His Own Words, which takes a fresh look at Peter, his life and his work.
We’re really excited to announce the release of our new feature length documentary, PETER CUSHING: In His Own Words, which is now available to rent on Prime Video – UK and Prime Video – US. In May 1986 Peter Cushing reflected on his life during an hour-long radio interview that was thought to be lost to the archive, but now, along with contributions from friends and former colleagues, we revisit the interview, much of which is being heard for the first time, to provide a unique insight into Peter’s personality, his work and his lasting contribution to our popular culture.
Zulu is the classic 1964 British war epic telling the heroic story of the Battle of Rorke’s Drift, when a small garrison of 150 British soldiers were attacked by over 4,000 Zulu warriors during the Anglo-Zulu War in January 1879. Many of the British soldiers were sick and wounded patients in a field hospital, who, along with a contingent of Army engineers who were attempting to build a bridge, successfully held off the Zulus. Continue reading “ZULU (1964), Stanley Baker, Michael Caine, Jack Hawkins, dir. Cy Endfield – #FILMTALK Review”
Roman Holiday is a classic 1953 romantic comedy directed by William Wyler and starring Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn and Eddie Albert. Continue reading “ROMAN HOLIDAY (1953), Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn, Eddie Albert – #FILMTALK Review”