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By Vicki on August 11, 2011 • Comments Off

sallyna_smile has written up a review on Island.

Nikki‘s actress was a little bit stiff during the first part of the film, very much focused on her acting than on the fluidity of her character. Later on though, she lets go and for the emotional and intense scenes with Calum and her mother (in the end of the film) she’s quite exceptional.

As for Colin: outstanding is not enough. You might believe I’m saying this because I’m a huge fan; and 10% it’s because of that… but I’m deadly serious when I say he’s like a chameleon in his acting, making the right choices and acting in the right timing.

First of all: the accent! It was so difficult to understand what he was saying at first, it’s really hard to get such a strong inflection, if you’re not British. AND he’s not even Scottish, which I believe has been a challenge for him.

Then the awkwardness, the quirks, the caring and the sweetness of Calum where embodied so well by Colin that it was like you could feel that he had truly belonged to the Island, like he has really lived and build his little house full of treasure- he blended in perfectly and he was able to make us buying it.

Most of all I love the way he’s able to connect emotionally with his character: the little smiles, the nervous ticks, the dreamy stare, the clumsy walks.

And this related to ALL the characters he choose to play. It’s incredible.

READ MORE @ sallyna-smile’s Livejournal.

By Vicki on August 6, 2011 • 2 Comments

My Island DVD arrived today (which I forgot was out) so I’ve added screencaps.

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By Vicki on July 13, 2011 • 2 Comments

Just got an email from Amazon saying the release date for Islnd has been changed to the 8th of August, hate when companies do this.

By Vicki on June 9, 2011 • Comments Off

Amazon have released the DVD artwork of Island.

By Vicki on March 17, 2011 • 1 Comment

Here is the Q & A with Colin.

By Vicki on March 11, 2011 • Comments Off

By Vicki on March 8, 2011 • Comments Off

I recieved an email from Sarah Powell who has told me about new Island updates. I have quoted the email to save me typing it all out.

Screening of ISLAND at the Curzon Renoir in London – 25th April

After the amazing success of the premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival we can finally announce that Island opens with a special screening and Q&A at the Curzon Renoir in London on April 25th .
Based on Jane Rogers’ acclaimed novel, ISLAND blends myth and mystery in the tale of love and hate between a brother and a sister, the murder of their mother, and the magic of a remote Scottish island.

The film will be followed by a Q&A session with Elizabeth Mitchell, Brek Taylor and Actors.

You can book tickets for this event here.

Please book your tickets early – if we sell out then more dates will be added. Further screenings nationwide will be announced shortly.

Behind the Scenes – ISLAND Q&A with the Directors – March 30th at Film London

An amazing opportunity for you to ask the directors anything you wanted to know about the making of the feature film ISLAND, staring Colin Morgan, Natalie Press and Janet McTeer.

Brek Taylor and Elizabeth Mitchell are offering to share their thoughts, knowledge and experiences with other film makers in this exciting question and answer session.

To reserve tickets for this event go here.

Spaces are limited to make sure you book early to avoid disappointment

For more information about the film here.

By Vicki on February 21, 2011 • Comments Off

A video and screencaps from the Glasgow Film Festival of “Island” thanks to gealach-ros for the screencaps.

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By Vicki on February 19, 2011 • Comments Off

HE’S better known as the young man with magic in his fingertips but there was no trick Colin Morgan could pull off to rescue himself when he became stranded on a country road in a snowstorm on the Hebridean island of Mull.

The actor, who has charmed audiences with his boyish portrayal of fabled magician Merlin on the popular BBC1 family-fantasy series for the last three years, instead had to conjure up something altogether more human – the ability to just grin and bear it.

Colin was being driven round the island, where he was filming a new Scottish movie, by an enthusiastic local when they were trapped in a freak snowstorm, uncommon on the island normally warmed by the Gulf stream.

But rather than complaining, the likeable 25-year-old saw his midwinter misfortune as an opportunity to further develop his latest character – an eccentric young man whose head is filled with tales of Hebridean whimsy.

He said: “They rarely get snow on Mull but when we were filming it was sub zero and we got snow. It was beautiful but I was on a tour of the island with a guy and we got stranded. The car was stuck. We couldn’t get it out.

READ MORE @ Daily Record.

By Vicki on February 17, 2011 • Comments Off

Only four days to go until the Island Premiere at Glasgow Film Festival!!! It’s an exciting and nerve-wracking time indeed.

The film is showing twice, once on Sunday 20th at 1.30pm and again on Monday 21st at 8.45pm. We are very fortunate that Colin Morgan will be attending on the Sunday, and Jane Rogers (the author of the novel) will be attending on the Monday. They will both be on the panel for the Q&A’s after the screening along with Brek and Elizabeth (Colin on the Sunday, Jane on the Monday!) so if you are able to come along then get preparing some juicy questions.

READ MORE @ The Island Facebook.

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