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  • According to this article Normal for Norfolk (written and directed by Gareth Lewis and produced by Damian Lewis and Adrian Sturges) will be the first short film screened on December 14th at the Curzon Mayfair cinema as part of the First Past the Post programme.
  • This review describes Keane as a “visceral, discomfiting and radical work with a remarkable performance from Lewis.” Click here to view the film’s trailer from Soda Pictures. Click here for the current list of Keane screenings in the UK.

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  • Click here to listen online to Damian Lewis reading the second episode of The James Bond Stories on BBC Radio 2. You can download episodes 1 and 2 in Real or MP3 formats from the Multimedia Audio page.
  • Jen posted this Daily Record article stating that Damian Lewis has been named number six on Broadcast Magazine’s list of the Top Ten Talents on British TV and Radio! (Of course he will always be number one on our list!)
  • The online Belgian news services have been filled with reports about the still unconfirmed filming (possibly next March in the Ardennes region) of Love and Virtue starring Damian Lewis.
    [Linda from Belgium]
  • On Monday, November 27th Damian Lewis will attend the 52nd Annual Evening Standard Theatre Awards at the Savoy Hotel. Helen McCrory will present the award for Best Design and Marianne Elliott is nominated as Best Director for her production of Pillars of the Community starring Damian Lewis.
  • This Daily Mail report says that Helen McCrory will attend Wednesday’s British Independent Film Awards (Damian and Helen served as judges for the event and it is hoped that they will both attend the ceremony.)

  • The updated schedule of Damian Lewis events includes the re-broadcast of The Forsyte Saga Series One on Australia’s UK-TV network.
  • Click here to enjoy I Just Want to Make Love to You, a Damian Lewis fan video created by svirginiak and available on YouTube.

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  • Damian’s assistant, Melissa, updated the group on the status of Love and Virtue and says “they still need to find the money in order for
    it to be “green lit” but they are obviously quietly confident or
    they wouldn’t have gone to press. Still [Damian] reminded me that the film
    biz is totally unpredictable so it’s early days.”
  • Helen McCrory will be presenting an award at the 52nd Evening Standard Theatre Awards this coming Monday. Damian attended last year’s awards with Helen, so maybe he’ll go to this year’s, too.
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  • Mia Productions has more on Love and Virtue:

    “Based on a script by Mia Sperber and Stefano Pratesi. The enticing
    saga of Orlando, the famous knight of the Emperor Charlemagne, set
    in the 8th century, full of bravery, devotion, and passionate love

    A turbulent and mystical story of love and desire set against an
    epic battle raging between Charlemagne’s Empire and the Barbarians,
    an extraordinary tale, exploring themes of love, loyalty and

    With its sword and sorcery elements, and the compelling dreamy
    atmosphere set in a time and space that actually existed, the work
    creates a fascinating meld between mystical fiction and epic cinema.
    With the characters competing for the love of one woman, there is an
    unforgettable, powerful message for wholesomeness, devotion and
    courage needed to stand by those who you love, in life and on the
    battlefield, and the permanent clash between good and evil.”

  • Click here for a preview of Damian in armor! 🙂
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Damian Lewis will play the role of Orlando in the upcoming period film Love and Virtue! Raoul Ruiz will direct the film which is based on the epic poems “The Song of Roland” and “Orlando Innamorato.” The production company’s site describes the project as “a film of undying passion, friendship, and devotion: the magical haunting saga of Charlemagne and his knights.” Damian Lewis plays the hero, a knight in Charlemagne’s court, who falls for Angelica (Virginie Ledoyen). The film will also star John Malkovich, Michael Madsen, Daryl Hannah, Peter O’Toole, and Saffron Burrows. Shooting begins in March 2007 in Belgium, Luxembourg, then London.

(Sources: Variety and Hollywood Reporter.)

There’s no IMDb listing yet. Visit the project page here. For more background on the story, click on the following links: 1 l 2 l 3.

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  • Ann shared this interview with An Unfinished Life author Mark Spragg, including comments about Damian’s character of the abusive boyfriend Gary, a.k.a. Roy.
  • The alien-infested, animatronic dog – that was carried through the snow by an alien-possessed Damian Lewis in Dreamcatcher – just sold on eBay for $910.