What we have lined up, in terms of new content over the next month, is interviews with director Jon East and singer songwriter Lola Lennox, as well as a new chapter of the E-Book about growing up behind the scenes in entertainment, in this case also film, about a period when Charlotte Rampling was a sort of stepmother to my brother and me and my father was increasingly active in bringing in contraband to the UK from the East.
November, Issue No 2. The director of ‘The Last Kingdom’ and ‘Magritte’ talks openly about his film making craft and the process from concept to execution of high-end series and tv work. Jon also dramatised the series ‘Summerhill’, about the battle between the school and Ofsted.
The fully restored, long anticipated and much contested film of Jimi Hendrix at the Albert Hall was finally shown for the first time, at the Albert Hall on the 21st of October, 2019.
October, Issue No 1. ‘Sgt. Pepper’s’ was a huge deal culturally and musically, but it also had special significance in our young lives. Our father Tommy secured a contract from the Beatles to produce any film released of the same name as the record. He did this in a new business partnership venture with the guys who shot and edited the original clip for the song ‘A Day in The Life’.
October, Issue No 1. Kim talks about her new found experience of being recognised by the public as a Poet Laureate, often at the strangest moments; the good and the bad behavioural gains and losses of the countercultural movement, as well as the seductive nature of live performing.