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  • World Premiere! Damian Lewis’s new film The Escapist will screen in the prestigious “Premieres” section at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival which runs January 17-27, 2008 in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Sundance, Utah. Click here and here for more information. ➡

    The film was written and directed by Rupert Wyatt and produced by Adrian Sturges for Picture Farm, a UK film production company founded by Wyatt and Sturges along with brothers Damian and Gareth Lewis. Damian may attend the premiere according to information received from producer Adrian Sturges.

  • More news about Life!

    » The NBC.EPK.TV site now offers interviews with Damian Lewis, Sarah Shahi, and Adam Arkin discussing the upcoming 2-part episode Dig a Hole and Fill It Up. Note: ignore the “checkboxes” and the “add to cart” options; just click on a title, e.g., “INTERVIEW EXCERPTS: DAMIAN LEWIS”, and the video will download and play. Click here to view the “B-roll” from the on location filming in Los Angeles. (Thanks to Ann for the links!)

    » In this interview Life co-star Adam Arkin (Ted Earley) talks about his plans to direct a few of the show’s episodes.

    » This Entertainment Weekly article indicates that season 1 of Life will be released on DVD, probably next year. 😀

    » Click here for a new Life fan video on YouTube.

    » Click on the links below for new, episode 9 (Serious Control Issues) fan resources that have been added to NBC’s official site for Life:
    1) Video clip,
    2) Photo Recap, and
    3) Conspiracy Wall Updates.

    » If you are located in the US you can view the five most recent episodes of Life via free download at and all the program’s episodes are available for purchase ($1.89 each) at
    Amazon Unbox.

    » Don’t forget to vote for Life as the People’s Choice for the “Favorite New Television Drama”.

  • The trailer for the UK distribution of Chromophobia starring Damian Lewis is now available on YouTube (warning, strong language!) The movie will be theatrically released in the UK on December 14th.
  • Click here to read about a special screening of the brilliant Lodge Kerrigan film Keane, starring Damian Lewis, that took place at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on November 26th.