Harry Enfield, Maxine Peake, Russell Tovey… The cast are just as well-known as the characters they play.
An old upload but decided to post it anyway because we didn’t have it on the site 🙂
If you haven’t seen ‘Run & Jump‘ yet check it out, it’s a great film!
Actress and rugby league fan Maxine Peake previews the Challenge Cup final between Hull Kingston Rovers v Leeds Rhinos.
Watch the Challenge Cup Final live on BBC One and online from 14:30 BST on Saturday.
Available to UK users only.
Watch it here.
Actor Maxine Peake plays the lead role in a revival of Caryl Churchill’s play The Skriker, at the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester until 1 August.
In the play she plays a shape-shifter, a malevolent fairy who morphs into an old woman living on the streets, an American debutante and a child desperately seeking a mother figure.
The play begins with an extraordinary monologue in which The Skriker rails against the modern world in an outpouring of inventive wordplay and puns.
Here Maxine Peake explains how she approached this scene.
The Eccentronic Research Council and Maxine Peake chat to Mark and Stuart about collaborating on their new concept album, ‘Johnny Rocket, Narcissist and Music Machine… I’m Your Biggest Fan’.
If you haven’t had time to catch Maxine’s interview on the Paul O’Grady Show last week you can watch it down below now, enjoy! Thanks to my friend Rich for making the interview available to us.
Here’s another one:
Thanks KM UK 😉
Here are two interviews with Maxine who was interviewed for The Falling:
Thanks to my friend Rich over at Kathryn Morris UK for his help!
Maxine was interviewed by Andrew Edwards from Gaydio at the ‘The Falling’ premiere last week where she talked about the film, working with Carol Morley and why she supports British and small budget films.
The broadcast was this morning and I stumbled across it quite accidentally but luckily, I’ve got a copy for you to listen to below. The only flaw is that the interview stops closer to the end. It may have been my Internet connection so I hope you enjoy it nonetheless, the main interview‘s here (starts after the song):
Have a great Sunday 🙂
Maisie Williams, Maxine Peake, Carol Morley & Florence Pugh talk The Falling
BBC Films attended the special premiere event for The Falling and caught up with the stars Maisie Williams, Maxine Peake and Florence Pugh, plus writer/director Carol Morley.
Direction and Interviews: Ravi Ajit Chopra
Camera: Christopher Nicholson Price
Production Assistant: Anthony Gonzales