|Posted on February 14, 2021 at 3:20 AM||comments (42)|
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 14-02-2021:
EX-LONDON GANGSTER REVEALS ALL ON NEW SCOTS AUTHORS SERIES:
A new half-hour TV show that was filmed during lockdown in GLASGOW is set to promote the work of writers and entrepreneurs “doing good” in their local community via FACEBOOK.
Production on THE AUTHORS SERIES had stalled after just a few episodes due to the pandemic - however, BAFTA celebrated producer/director FRANK McGOWAN decided to showcase the episodes via social media and make them interactive.
McGowan, (38), said: “These authors have such amazing stories, and the journey which has brought them to where they are now doing great things in their community is just so inspiring. We’re looking forward to filming more episodes as soon as we’re able to get back into the studio, and have decided to keep the interactive format which features clips from viewers at home telling us about the books they love.”
Episode one with STEPHEN GILLEN airs tonight at 8pm via The Authors Series page on Facebook (search “The Authors Series”), and will be accompanied by a live Q&A with director FRANK McGOWAN and presenter CHRISTINE CORBETT. Gillen talks in-depth about his global best-selling book THE MONKEY PUZZLE TREE, which is already set to be a major motion picture directed by KIERAN SUCHET and shares his own personal story of redemption and transformation, going from the streets of Belfast during the troubles to his life now as a global thought leader and peace ambassador.
"It was great coming to Glasgow," said ex-gangster Gillen, "it's a great city with great people - and we had a lot of fun with the team from The Authors Series, and look forward to seeing the finished episode and more collaborations."
The show is produced by multi-award-winning film and TV Production Company BAD PONY MEDIA, who are part of a team behind the launch of the new global Scottish Braw TV channel - which although delayed to a 2021 launch, boasts an elite new line-up of programming from Scotland. Upcoming episodes of “The Authors Series” include Scottish writer/producer M.J. Martin – author of ‘Evil Is’, and Amazon best-selling author Wendy Andrew - who penned ‘How to Recover from Pet Loss’ during the first lockdown to help those grieving the death of a beloved companion animal. Episodes are presented by CHRISTINE CORBETT and ANDY COWLE.
Christine Corbett, said: “The show has so many amazing guests and stories. You won’t want to miss it.”
[PHOTO: Stephen Gillen is pictured with presenter Christine Corbett after being asked on-camera in a light-hearted moment for a “square go” since he was in Glasgow for filming.]
For more information please contact +44(0)7950 919 487, or email [email protected] and visit www.badponymediagroup.co.uk for details of all current Scottish film and TV projects and productions including ‘The Authors Series’.
|Posted on December 3, 2019 at 5:45 AM||comments (4)|
The multiplatform ads, which will be filmed at our studios in Merchant City in Glasgow, will feature people from across Scotland talking about their most memorable “firsts” - including first kiss, first concert and first time driving a car. The call is open to those living anywhere in Scotland, aged 18+ who has a memorable story and wishes to share it on camera.
Please note, this is a paid appearance for successful candicates who are chosen, with filming early in the New Year. Applications are currently being accepted online via leading casting websites, and direct via the SCOTCOIN PROJECT website (see https://scotcoinproject.com/news/glasgow-film-company-leads-casting-for-new-scots-nostalgia-ad-campaign/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">here for link to webform).
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|Posted on August 26, 2019 at 9:50 AM||comments (0)|
More than 30 new projects are set to be produced in Scotland by BAD PONY MEDIA PRODUCTIONS having been green-lit for new international Scottish TV channel BRAW TV.
The new free TV channel, which is tipped to begin rollout of services from October 2020, boasts a power-house of creative input and support from a cross-spectrum of the UK wide creative industry, and will see audiences both at home and around the world connect with content produced in Scotland. A number of pilots are also set to be filmed in Glasgow and Edinburgh for the attention of NETFLIX, BBC SCOTLAND and US broadcaster NBC.
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|Posted on June 12, 2019 at 9:45 AM||comments (0)|
Producers from BAD PONY MEDIA FILMS have announced that despite some early set-backs, their new horror production is once filming again in Glasgow this week, and is tipped for completion in the New Year.
Director of Photography JOHN McEACHRAN joins production designer RON GREEN on bringing the production to life, directed by FRANK McGOWAN, based on the script by MICHELLE MARTIN. On screen talent on board confirmed, includes; REBECCA McWILLIAMS, NATHAN DE LA MAR, SAM COLLINS and newcomer LOGAN O'DONNELL.
McWilliams, who has a starring role in Netflix drama OUTLAW KING, as well as Bad Pony Media’s very own upcoming NINETY EIGHT PERCENT series, says: “Working with Bad Pony Media on this project was so much fun. There were points the creature effects were genuinely scary. I can’t wait to see how audiences react.”
*Pictured above – Director of Photography John McEachran with Director Frank McGowan.