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Topic: Enigma gala premier in Scotland Return to archive
08-06-01 11:42 PM
CS SUNDAY MAIL TEAMS UP WITH DUVALL
Shot At Glory to premiere in Scotland

HOLLYWOOD legend Robert Duvall's movie about Scottish football is to have its world premiere in Scotland - thanks to the Sunday Mail.

The biggest-selling newspaper in the country has teamed up with the McEwan's Film Festival to host the first screening of A Shot At Glory - and Duvall will be here to see it.

The Sunday Mail and McEwan's are bringing Cannes to Scotland with a festival which will be a showcase for exciting new films and talent, as well as featuring box-office blockbusters.

Our gala screenings will also include Disney's latest animation Atlantis and Mick Jagger's Enigma.

But most interest will focus on the premiere of A Shot At Glory, in Glasgow, on October 5.

Festival organiser Susan Young added: "We are delighted to have the Sunday Mail and McEwan's on board. This will be the biggest film event seen in Scotland."

Starring Duvall, A Shot At Glory brings former Rangers and Scotland idol Ally McCoist to the silver screen.

Batman star Michael Keaton and Brian Cox, alias Hanibal Lecter, are also in the movie with Scots football personalities. The story centres on fictional small-town team Kinlockie reaching the Scottish Cup Final against Rangers.

Sunday Mail Editor Allan Rennie said: "It is terrific to be involved in the premiere. We are delighted that Robert Duvall will be coming to Scotland for the screening. It should be a highlight of this exciting festival."
08-07-01 10:25 AM
CS No U.S. victory for Jagger



Mick Jagger can’t get no satisfaction from American producers.
The mossy Rolling Stone recently produced a film, “Enigma,” a true World War II story about a spy ring. Jagger has been bitterly complaining to colleagues that he couldn’t get U.S. money for the project because all the Hollywood film companies wanted him to “Americanize” the movie. “He thinks it’s a disgrace the way that Hollywood is trying to co-opt British history,” says a source. One U.S. film company that Jagger is known to have approached is Miramax, which has been accused of turning all Allied victories into American ones.
But one film insider says Jagger’s ire may be less patriotic than he admits. “Jagger’s company came to Miramax, and a dollar amount was discussed,” says the insider. “Jagger didn’t like it and went elsewhere. When he didn’t get any better offers, he came back to Miramax and said he’d take the offer. But the offering price had dropped.” Neither Jagger nor Miramax had a comment

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