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06 April 2009 @ 03:49 am
21 February 2009 @ 07:10 pm
26 April 2008 @ 07:04 pm
The original version of this video is still protected and only available to my LiveJournal friends.
Here is the YouTube version, that I wanted to share with my fellow fans. Many thanks to Darcylicious.

18 February 2008 @ 11:06 am
I was reading the few posts on my website's guestbook when, all of a sudden, it rang a bell. Don't know why just yesterday, since I've been working on that song with my choir for ages!

02 December 2007 @ 07:33 am
The Project

This two-part TV film, by Peter Kosminsky, about the historical reorganization of the British Labour Party between 1992 and 2001, coproduced by the BBC and Arte France, was broadcast in France on Arte in September 2003, then again in May 2005. The cable channel Histoire also broadcast it in May and June this year.

Unfortunately, it is not yet available on VHS cassette nor DVD.

We beg anyone who has recorded this programme and wishes to share it with Matthew Macfadyen's fans all over the world, to please contact us.

If you wish to lend us your support, please leave a user comment on that blog, in your mother tongue.

Thank you.

02 December 2007 @ 06:41 am
Please watch this trailer for Abraham's Point starring Joseph Millson

Someone is forcing me to post this... Help!
22 September 2007 @ 04:57 pm
Special page to be watched in Firefox. Will be updated with the forthcoming episodes.
08 September 2007 @ 10:23 pm
Wow, a new friend from Australia! Great! Now I feel obliged to post something on this blog...

Exactly a year ago today, I saw the film 'In My Father's Den', by Brad McGann. It made a very strong impression on me and, to tell the truth, I have never quite recovered from it... In my humble opinion, this is the best ever film starring Matthew Macfadyen.

I was extremely saddened to learn that its young and talented director died earlier this year (on 2nd May). For this special anniversary, I wanted to make a video as a tribute to Brad McGann. I posted it on YouTube a few days ago.

For those who have broadband and Firefox, the original better-quality video can be watched on my website.