Paul Weller, Duncan Macmillan on City of Glass, Catfight, My Feral Heart
Paul Weller on composing his first film score, Duncan Macmillan on adapting Paul Auster, Catfight reviewed, magical realism in My Feral Heart.
Paul Weller talks about writing his first film score. The forthcoming boxing film Jawbone features Weller's soundtrack which, as he explains, is a completely new departure for him. Speaking from his studio, he demonstrates how he composed the experimental score using his mixing desk as an instrument.
In Catfight, Anne Heche and Sandra Oh star as old enemies who become locked in a bitter and violent rivalry. Larushka Ivan-Zadeh reviews
Duncan Macmillan's play People, Places and Things was a massive hit last year. Now the playwright is tackling a very different project - adapting Paul Auster's notoriously complex meta detective thriller City of Glass. John Wilson speaks to Duncan about the challenges involved in staging the piece.
My Feral Heart tells the story of Luke, an independent young man with Down's Syndrome, and how he comes to terms with the loss of his freedom after his mother dies and he is sent to live in a care home. One of the few films to cast an actor with a disability in a lead role, Steven Brandon, who plays Luke, and director Jane Gull talk about making a movie about disability which celebrates ability.
Presenter: John Wilson
Producer: Edwina Pitman.
My Feral Heart
Paul WellerPaul Weller's office
Jawbone (soundtrack) is available now
The film is released on 12 May
CatfightSandra Oh in Catfight
Photo credit: Arrow Films
Catfight is in selected cinemas, certificate 15
My Feral Heart
Duncan Macmillan - City of Glass
Role Contributor Interviewed Guest Paul Weller Interviewed Guest Larushka Ivan-Zadeh Interviewed Guest Duncan Macmillan Interviewed Guest Steven Brandon Interviewed Guest Jane Gull Presenter John Wilson Producer Edwina Pitman
- Fri 10 Mar 2017 19:15