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Sunshine on Leith, a film adapted by Stephen Greenhorn from his hit stage musical featuring the music of The Proclaimers, is currently shooting for six weeks in and around Edinburgh and Glasgow, and stars Peter Mullan and Jane Horrocks.
Directed by Dexter Fletcher – who helmed this year’s critically acclaimed Wild Bill – it tells the story of two army friends who return home to Leith from Afghanistan. One of them finds the love of his life, while the other loses the girl he left behind.
The two soldiers are played by 20 year old George MacKay (represented by Gordon and French) most recently seen in Private Peaceful and soon to be seen in How I Live Now opposite Saoirse Ronan, and 24 year old Scottish actor Kevin Guthrie who trained at Rcs, in his first film role.
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Channel 4's documentary on air flight safety, The Plane Crash, was popular with viewers last night (Thursday, October 11). The 90-minute programme averaged 3.15 million and a 14.7% share from 9pm, adding 338k (2.3%) on Channel 4 +1. For the last 15 minutes of the 9pm hour, The Plane Crash gained a lead over BBC One's Hunted, which overall averaged 3.42m (15.1%) during its entire slot. Meanwhile, BBC Two's The Choir surpassed ITV drama Homefront - the Gareth Malone reality show, this year set in Britain's busiest workplaces, soared to 2.58m (11.4%) in the 9pm hour. Starring Claire Skinner, military drama Homefront actually grew to 2.44m (10.8%), but not at the rate (more) »
- By Paul Millar
2 items from 2012
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