Saturday, January 13, 2007

Green Wing Convention

Bit late I know but wanted to mention that there's a Green Wing Convention on tomorrow (Saturday 13th Jan) in London.

I know it's also sold out, but for all those who have tickets, I hope you have a great time.

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5 comments:

Valerie said...

Sucks to be in the U.S.! Hope the convention is fun and not too star-trek-fanatic-like...

We got our DVD of the special yesterday and I finally got to watch it. Beautiful work, as was the rest of GW of course. One thing I like about GW is that you can really see the input of all the participants — design, editing, camera, direction etc as well as acting and writing. It just wouldn't be the same without any of you.

Hope you were the one who did prod. des. on the special, because it was beautifully done. I liked how each substory in the special had its own look and feel. Even the light and color seemed consistent across the substories, so when they cut between them it felt like intertwined ribbons. Coooool.

Anonymous said...

It was very very good:)

Great photos of the special.

Terri Nixon said...

Sucks to be in the U.S.! Hope the convention is fun and not too star-trek-fanatic-like...

Couldn't have been further from what I've seen of those! There was no table behind which the guests sat and mechanically signed things, it wasn't a great, cold hall, it was a cozy pub where everyone could talk to everyone and mingle as they pleased. Can't be that many places where, after the first buzz, someone can be standing at the bar with a bunch of the best writers in telly history, (not to mention stellar acting talent!) and not even give them a glance!

Thanks for the mention, Jonathan, again - sorry you couldn't make it.

baggiebird said...

I agree Terri it was a bit sureal, the way everyone just got on with the day and left the talent (and this includes the writers) to relax and enjoy the time they were there

Torquil said...

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