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Guy Pitt's Greyhawk available on iTunes now. DVD release coming soon.

Greyhawk, the debut feature from director Guy Pitt and writer Matt Pitt, is now available to download from iTunes. 86 more words

A Lonely Place to Die (2011) Film Review by Gareth Rhodes

A Lonely Place to Die (2011) Directed by Julian Gibley. With Melissa George, Ed Speleers, Alec Newman, Kate Magowan, Sean Harris and Karel Roden.

Imagine Deliverance meets Cliffhanger, with a hint of Ransom and you should arrive somewhere near A Lonely Place to Die. 345 more words

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A Lonely Place to Die

A Lonely Place to Die (2011)

Genre: Action, Adventure, Crime

This film begins well with the establishment of the characters and the way we are introduced to the twist in the tale. 145 more words

Adventure

Audience and Readership: A panel with James Davies, Jim Hinks, Alec Newman and Togara Muzanenhamo at The Independent Publishers' Book Fair, Sheffield

Audience and Readership: A panel with James Davies, Jim Hinks, Alec Newman and Togara Muzanenhamo

Who do publishers sell their work to? How do they know where the work of their authors ends up? 116 more words

If P Then Q

KFS podcast

Four Knives Forks and Spoons poets Richard Barrett, Ryan Ormonde, Sarah Leavesley and Anna McKerrow, recently talked about their work on Resonance FM. The broadcasts have now been archived and you can listen to them via the Knives Forks and Spoons site,

Tom Jenks

GREYHAWK

Greyhawk

This drama starring an impressive Alec Newman as reclusive ex soldier, Mal Walker, blinded in conflict who has his guide dog stolen the day before he is about to move to a more suitably relaxing location, where he can begin a life dealing with his recently acquired affliction. 392 more words

EIFF 2014

Blind Fury

I want to claim a bit of credit here — as submissions viewer for Edinburgh International Film Festival, I saw and gave the thumbs-up to GREYHAWK, Guy Pitt’s drama in which blind ex-soldier Alec Newman has his guide dog stolen and sets out to get it back. 292 more words

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