Skypecast interview No.7 with top British film director, writer and producer Simon Rumley

This is the seventh in a series of Skypecasts with film director, writer and producer Simon Rumley. Simon is the writer/director of such films as Club Le Monde [2002]Strong Language [2000]The Living And The Dead [2006] starring Roger Lloyd-Pack (Trigger in Only Fools and Horses) and most recently Red White & Blue [2011] starring Noah Taylor (Shine, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory). He was described as “One of Britain’s most important and intelligent film-makers” by Sight and Sound and “One of the great British cinematic outsiders, a gifted director with the know-how to puncture conventions” by Screen International. He is also a curator of an exhibition featuring leading young British Artists entitled The Future Can Wait which is showing at B1, Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square, London WC1 from 11-17 October 2011 in association with The Saatchie Gallery and Channel 4.

Please note that the screen freezes for a short time in the middle for which many apologies. However, the audio remained and so I decided to post it as is.

October 4, 2011 · Tim Kevan · Comments Closed
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