"Hope and memories go together"
A hotch-potch of video clips for your pleasure!
The Lion King gets a new ex-rugby playing Kiwi Simba.
The latest short film in the Young Vic's series is Astoria, supporting their newly announced strand of work around refugees.
Anthony Neilson's new play Unreachable at the Royal Court is going to be trailed by a series of shorts, hopefully making the most of the interesting casting of Matt Smith.
An audio play rather than a film but I'm sneaking this in anyway, a prologue of sorts to the Gate's The Iphigenia Quartet, written by Clare Slater and read by the endlessly sonorous voice of Hattie Morahan. You'll be careful about putting together the guest list for the next party you hold after this.
Labels: Amanda Drew, Clare Slater, Film, Genevieve Barr, Hattie Morahan, Jonathan Woolf, Jonjo O'Neill, Matt Smith, Nicholas Afoa, Paul Mason, Richard Pyros, Sonya Cassidy, Tamara Lawrance