I have added high quality images of Hugh attending the BAFTA New York & The Cinema Society With FIJI Water & St-Germain party for the New York Film Festival at PH-D Terrace at Dream Midtown on October 2, 2015 in New York City to our photo archive.
A huge thank you to Article Magazine (remember to give them a follow for more news on the magazine!) for allowing us to post the back cover image for the collector’s edition of Issue Six. Remember, as stated on the pre-order page, that if you order now, you will receive the Collector’s Edition delivered straight to your door in early November. Make sure to pre-order while you can so you can get the collector’s edition! You can have a look at the full photo by clicking below.
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A huge thank you to Article Magazine for allowing us to post the full cover image for the collector’s edition of Issue Six. Remember, as stated on the pre-order page, that if you order now, you will receive the Collector’s Edition delivered straight to your door in early November. Make sure to pre-order while you can so you can get the collector’s edition!
You can have a look at the full photo by clicking below! I have also included the link to pre-order for those who might not have pre-ordered yet or would like to order another one for a friend/family member.
Hugh is featured in issue six of Article Magazine. It includes 16 full pages of photos and an interview that they did with him. You can pre-order it now on their site. More information is included below. If you have any additional questions they have a twitter account that you can follow here. REALLY excited about this magazine!
In our previous issue, we explored how British individuality has evolved from its island identity; this time round, by contrast, we look at the things that bring us together. From the mass euphoria of Nineties clubland to the overwhelming horror of the First World War to London street life, these are the places and moments in time that have come to define Britishness in all its forms.
We unravel the unlikely delights of the nation’s cuisine, and investigate the long history of our national passion for the exotic. We travel the length and breadth of the country, talking to the team behind Richard James about their sartorial journey from Savile Row to the Andes, and to Lou Dalton about her Shropshire childhood; to legendary Covent Garden retailer Zeev Aram about Eileen Gray’s renaissance, and to Mayfair shoemaker G.J. Cleverly & Sons about preserving their craft in the twenty-first century. We go far beyond Britain’s borders too, from Berlin (to speak to Hugh Dancy, star of American primetime series Hannibal) to outer space, with kirigami artist Marc Hagan-Guirey’s extraordinary homage to Star Wars. And the latest instalment of our Circular Project features the stunning monochrome images of Lucy McLauchlan.
The limited ‘Collector’s Edition’ version of ARTICLE is available as direct order only, and comes complete with a range of additional materials and exclusive content. This Collector’s Edition will include a special double-sided poster featuring the work of kirigami artist Marc Hagan-Guirey, from his latest Star Wars series. If you pre-order before 30th September, you will also be able to have your name – or another name of your choosing – printed inside the special sleeve case of Issue Six.
The special price for this edition is £9.00 GBP (instead of the usual retail price of £11.00). Order now, and you will receive this Collector’s Edition delivered straight to your door in early November.
ARTICLE is the perfect gift – whether for yourself, or for anyone who appreciates beautiful design and individual content.
Aaron Paul (Eddie Cleary in the hulu series) shared a behind the scenes image via instagram earlier, you can view it below. I have also added it to our photo archive and included a credit link to Aaron’s instagram. Hugh is sporting his haircut in the image sitting next to Michelle and Aaron. This is very exciting!
I have added high quality images of Hugh Dancy attending the 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards with his wife Claire Danes at the Microsoft Theater on September 20, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. Hugh is wearing Ralph Lauren and Claire is wearing Prada.
Thank you to Gabby from claire-danes.net for sending these our way.
I have added over 80+ high quality additions to the album. Thank you to Gabby from claire-danes.net for sending these our way.
I have added screen captures of two featurette’s from the “Evening” DVD to our photo archive. You can view the albums by clicking on the corresponding links below the thumbnails. You can purchase the Evening DVD at your local shop or on amazon here.
A drama exploring the romantic past and emotional present of Ann Grant and her daughters, Constance and Nina. As Ann lays dying, she remembers, and is moved to convey to her daughters, the defining moments in her life 50 years prior, when she was a young woman. Harris is the man Ann loves in the 1950s and never forgets.
UKTV’s Drama channel has acquired the exclusive first run UK broadcast rights to Australian World War I miniseries Deadline Gallipoli after striking a deal with international distributor NBCUniversal International Television Distribution, TVWise has learned.
Deadline Gallipoli tells the story of the World War I campaign from the point of view of war correspondents Charles Bean, Ellis Ashmead-Bartlett, Phillip Schuler and Keith Murdoch, who lived through the campaign and bore witness to the extraordinary events that unfolded in 1915. The defiance of these first war correspondents ignited a change in the campaign’s course and whose commitment to the stories of the men turned the war from a strategic failure into a triumph of the human spirit.
The two-part miniseries was commissioned by Australian broadcaster Foxtel, who aired Deadline Gallipoli on their Showcase channel earlier this year. It is produced by the NBCU owned Matchbox Pictures (The Slap) and stars Sam Worthington (Avatar), Hugh Dancy (Hannibal), Rachel Griffiths (Six Feet Under), Bryan Brown (Old School), Ewen Leslie (The Railway Man), Jessica De Gouw (Arrow), Anna Torv (Fringe), John Bell, James Fraser (Devil’s Playground), Charles Dance (Game Of Thrones) and newcomer Joel Jackson
This is the second first run drama acquisition for UKTV’s Drama channel in the past year. Previously, the channel was exclusively a library channel, but they moved into first run drama earlier this year when the struck a deal with Zodiak Rights for the UK rights to U.S. syndicated drama The Pinkertons, which is presently airing on the channel on Sunday nights at 8pm.
Speaking shortly after the deal for The Pinkertons was announced, UKTV’s Head of Acquisitions and Co-Productions Alexandra Finlay told TVWise that the kind of first-run dramas the company was looking to acquire for Drama were pieces with a “nostalgic quality”. “It’s things people are familiar with because they’ve seen it before, or it’s a familiar title, or a familiar character”, she said. “So it’s less about, for example with Alibi having that core procedural remit, than it is about speaking to a particular tone. It’s a little bit softer”. source