Saturday, 27 March 2010
Frank Cottrell-Boyce. Do you recognise the name? If you don't, you may well recognise some of the films he has written screenplays for: 24 Hour Party People, Welcome to Sarajevo, A Cock and Bull Story, Millions. Frank Cottrell-Boyce is one of Britain's foremost screenwriters. He is, also, a fascinating example of how faith and culture can live harmoniously within a creative talent.
This post may look insubstantial (because it is insubstantial) but that's because Frank Cottrell-Boyce is more naturally eloquent than I could ever hope to be. For the next forty five minutes you are in for a treat and joy: