Death At A Funeral: preview link (Dec 2006)

Thanks to Mrs Q on Pemberworth for pointing out a review of DAAF here . It is certainly looking to be a great film. Only 133 days until the release date....

Keeley confirms new babys name (Dec 2006)

Keeley is to star in a UK ITV drama on Boxing Day called After Thomas. In an interview for the Total TV Guide (Christmas Issue 2006) she confirms that the new babys name is Ralph and that the family will be spending this Christmas in a country hotel.

Click here to read the scanned interview.

RADA Savoy Lunch

Oh my its a Matthew feast today! Perfectly Matte on MMonline found images from the RADA lunch at The Savoy the other month.

And apparently you can order hard copies as well... Innocent
RADA Savoy Lunch

5 Women In Film & TV Awards

A very kind fan named Meghan let us know about Matthew attending the 5 Women In Film & TV Awards held at the London Hilton on the 8th December, and pointed out the images in the Wenn photo website. Thank you Meghan. There are 2 gorgeous pics now in the galleries!

Adding to this Hollywood Reporter tells us that Matthew was presenting an award to Jane Featherstone.

Contribution to the Medium Award (sponsored by Sony Pictures Television International)
Winner: Jane Featherstone
Presented by Matthew MacFadyen


5 Women In Film & TV Awards

Middletown: Anchorage Film Festival review (Dec 2006)

Two brothers clash over views in Irish 'Middletown'


In James Joyce's memorable phrase (from his autobiographical novel "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man"), the Irish are essentially a "priest-ridden race."

A kindred sentiment seems to emerge in "Middletown," an Anchorage International Film Festival feature that screens for its final time tonight at Fireweed Theatre.

But instead of taking the Catholic Church to task -- as Joyce's fictional father did in "Portrait" -- director Brian Kirk shines his spotlight on the lot of poor Protestants in Northern Ireland.

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