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Sparkle is not at its heart a gay film, but if you know the work of Neil Hunter and Tom Hunsinger (Lawless Heart, Boyfriends), or if you like watching a good film with a queer sensibility, then you'll love it. 22-year-old Liverpudlian Sam (Shaun Evans, who played a gay character in Teachers) comes down to London with his cabaret-singing dotty mother to change his life for the better. Serving drinks at a party, he hooks up with Sheila, a powerful PR boss in a pair of high-heeled boots (played by the fabulous Stockard Channing, need we say more). But when he also begins an affair with a younger woman, life begins to get just a little complicated. Sparkle is a warm, funny film with great performances throughout (look out for Antony Head as a sardonic stately British homo and Bob Hoskins as a lovable loner). Bring your hanky... A Vertigo Films release of an Isle of Man Film, Baker Street, U.K. Film Council presentation, in association with North West Vision and BBC Films, of a Magic Light Pictures production. (International sales: Beyond Films, Sydney.) Produced by Martin Pope, Michael Rose. Executive producers, Steve Christian, Keith Evans, Steve Jenkins, Christopher Moll, Paul Trijbits. Directed, written by Neil Hunter, Tom Hunsinger.
28 Jun 2007
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Sparkle is not at its heart a gay film, but if you know the work of Neil Hunter and Tom Hunsinger (Lawless Heart, Boyfriends), or if you like watching a good film with a queer sensibility, then you'll love it. 22-year-old Liverpudlian Sam (Shaun Evans, who played a gay character in Teachers) comes down to London with his cabaret-singing dotty mother to change his life for the better. Serving drinks at a party, he hooks up with Sheila, a powerful PR boss in a pair of high-heeled boots (played by the fabulous Stockard Channing, need we say more). But when he also begins an affair with a younger woman, life begins to get just a little complicated. Sparkle is a warm, funny film with great performances throughout (look out for Antony Head as a sardonic stately British homo and Bob Hoskins as a lovable loner). Bring your hanky... A Vertigo Films release of an Isle of Man Film, Baker Street, U.K. Film Council presentation, in association with North West Vision and BBC Films, of a Magic Light Pictures production. (International sales: Beyond Films, Sydney.) Produced by Martin Pope, Michael Rose. Executive producers, Steve Christian, Keith Evans, Steve Jenkins, Christopher Moll, Paul Trijbits. Directed, written by Neil Hunter, Tom Hunsinger.
16 Jul 2007
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At the bottom of the sea, in the wreck of a floating radio station, a lost recording has been discovered. After careful restoration, it is played for the first time – to reveal something incredible. It is the voice of the Doctor, broadcasting from Radio Bravo in 1966. He has travelled to Earth in search of the Hush – a terrible weapon that kills, silences and devours anything that makes noise – and has tracked it to a boat crewed by a team of pirate DJs. With the help of feisty Liverpudlian Layla and some groovy pop music, he must trap the Hush and destroy it – before it can escape and destroy the world... Written specially for audio by James Goss and read by David Tennant.
21 May 2010
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The X Factor 2010: Tonight, Rebecca opens the club theme with a classic song that will surely have you on your feet! Will this make you pick up the phone for the liverpudlian?
6 Dec 2010
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