Actors Jack Lane and David Benson talk to Morris Bright MBE as they prepare for the premiere of their brand new adaptation of Charles Dickens’ seasonal classic, A Christmas Carol, which runs between 13 and 24 December at The Capitol Theatre, Horsham. Continue reading “Jack Lane & David Benson on their new adaptation of A Christmas Carol”
Really delighted to spend the day filming with Jack Lane and David Benson yesterday as they prepare for the premiere of their brand new adaptation of Charles Dickens’ seasonal classic, A Christmas Carol, which runs between 13 and 24 December at The Capitol Theatre, Horsham.
Wonderful actress Madeline Smith kindly recorded an interview for our recent Peter Cushing documentary. After the recording she stayed behind to reminisce and chat about working with Peter at Hammer Films, with Roger Moore as James Bond in Live and Let Die and working with the legendary Carry On team. Continue reading “Madeline Smith on working with Hammer Films, the legendary Carry On team and opposite Roger Moore in Live and Let Die”
The Hammer Runners, Brian Reynolds and Phil Campbell, co-authors of Running Scared, recorded a wonderful interview for our recent Peter Cushing documentary. Here they recall working as runners for Hammer Films down at Elstree Studios in late 60s and early 70s, and the many stories that became the inspiration for their wonderfully insightful book. Continue reading “Hammer Runners Brian Reynolds and Phil Campbell recall working for Hammer Films in late 60s & early 70s”
We’re really excited to announce a gala screening of our feature documentary, PETER CUSHING: In His Own Words at 7pm on Saturday 8th February 2020 at the Cinema Museum, Kennington, followed by a special Q&A hosted by Morris Bright MBE, who will be joined on stage by director Richard Edwards, contributors Derek Fowlds, Madeline Smith, Judy Matheson, Brian Reynolds, Phil Campbell and narrator Jenny Hanley.
After the Q&A you’ll be able to meet our guests, who will also take part in a paid signing. You can order tickets online from Cinema Museum or by calling them on 020 7840 2200 during office hours.