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Topic: Enigma premiers this Saturday, Jagger is expected to attend the event. Return to archive
08-13-01 05:58 AM
CS The Film Festival will see a host of première screenings including the first UK showing of The Full Monty director Peter Cattaneo's Lucky Break, and Billy Elliot screenwriter Lee Hall's Gabriel and Me, starring Billy Connelly.

Four Weddings and a Funeral star Andie MacDowell's film Crush and the adaptation of Robert Harris' best-seller Enigma, produced by Rolling Stone Mick Jagger, will also be shown.

Jagger is expected to attend the event.

Also expected to drop by is actor and ex-husband of Madonna Sean Penn - to promote his latest directorial effort The Pledge.

The film, which stars Jack Nicholson, Benicio Del Toro and Vanessa Redgrave, will make its UK debut in Edinburgh.

Film Festival sponsors Film Four have found a novel way to promote the event by projecting the faces of film stars onto the rocks below Edinburgh Castle.

more: http://news.bbc.co.uk
08-13-01 06:00 AM
CS The flying Scott


Photograph: Paul Clements
On the irksome subject of photographs, Dougray Scott's Hollywood agent is polite but firm. Her client will require the services of a make-up artist and a selection of designer clothes must be available for the shoot. A car supplied by The Sunday Times should drive Scott to and from his home in London.

Two years ago, without so much as a dusting of face powder, Scott happily posed for us, sitting on a damp pavement holding a sign saying: "I am Dougray Scott".

Now, however, the placard is unnecessary. After starring as the evil Sean Ambrose opposite Tom Cruise in the Hollywood blockbuster Mission: Impossible II Scott can hardly walk down the street without "his people" demanding the aid of burly minders.

On Saturday, the much anticipated war thriller Enigma, in which he stars with Kate Winslet, Saffron Burrows and Jeremy Northam, premieres at the Edinburgh International Flim Festival.

Mick Jagger, the co-producer, says: "When we cast him, we felt he was on the edge of enormous fame."

More: http://www.sunday-times.co.uk
[Edited by CS]

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