As the Scottish BAFTA winning film Tommy’s Honour receives its UK premiere in St Andrews - the Home of Golf - Michael Alexander speaks to the film’s American producer Jim Kreutzer about the powerfully moving true tale of St Andrews-born father and son golfing legends ‘Old’ Tom and ‘Young’ Tommy Morris, who pioneered the modern game.
The Courier caught up with the rising Scottish director to talk about his new sci-fi thriller, influencing Peaky Blinders and how he’ll recreate Superman’s home world.
St Andrews is no stranger to A-listers popping in from time to time and locals were delighted when the Wahlbergs arrived in town yesterday.
The worlds of beat-boxing and heritage fishing will collide in Anstruther when a special evening of silent film with live backing vocals and post-screening Q&A is held in association with the Scottish Fisheries Museum.
The producers and director of the recently released movie Tommy’s Honour which was shot in Fife have been “humbled” by news that the film is being honoured at the House of Commons.
The director of the eagerly-awaited movie Tommy’s Honour which was shot in Fife has revealed how his Hollywood legend father Sir Sean Connery was “very complimentary” about the film when he saw it at a special screening in the Bahamas.
Quidditch, the ‘sport of warlocks’, is the premier pastime of the fictional Harry Potter wizarding world. But it’s also caught on amongst broom stick riding students at St Andrews University, discovers Michael Alexander.
Hollywood glamour arrived in St Andrews on Friday night as stars of the eagerly-awaited movie Tommy’s Honour attended its UK premiere at the town’s NPH Cinema.
Michael Alexander follows in the footsteps of some of St Andrews’ most famous golfing sons as ‘Tommy’s Honour’ gets its world premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival.
A film which has Fife very much to the fore will open the 70th edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival, it has been announced.