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Soundstage is a unique regular and intimate film and arts event. There’s a line-up of great guests, discussing their work and achievements, sometimes with inspiration and advice. The events take place at The Others, 6 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, in North London, N16 5SA. www.theothers.uk.com

If you like Soundstage events you will also enjoy Creative Director Wayne Imms’, Space presentations in Brighton, where special guests are interviewed about their popular work and achievements, with a touch of inspiration and advice for the creative community and beyond.


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Monday November 12th / Doors at 7pm, starts at 7:30pm / £16

COSTUME DESIGNER DEBORAH NADOOLMAN LANDIS

& DIRECTOR WARIS HUSSEIN

DEBORAH NADOOLMAN LANDIS

Deborah Nadoolman Landis’s first work as a costume designer for film was on the 1977 comedy KENTUCKY FRIED MOVIE, directed by John Landis. She went on to work with John many times, including his next film, NATIONAL LAMPOON’S ANIMAL HOUSE. Then she collaborated with Steven Spielberg on the comedy 1941. Set in LA just after Pearl Harbour, it starred Dan Ackroyd and John Belushi. Deborah also worked with Spielberg on RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, designing the iconic costume for Indiana Jones and, of course, the epic’s other characters. Back with John Landis, she was the costume designer on a string of his films, which were mainly comedies. They include THE BLUES BROTHERS, with Ackroyd and Belushi, the horror classic AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON, SPIES LIKE US, BURKE AND HARE, as well as the hugely successful TRADING PLACES and COMING TO AMERICA, which both starred Eddie Murphy. Deborah also designed the costumes for Michael Jackson’s THRILLER and BLACK OR WHITE videos. She was the curator of the V&A’s highly popular HOLLYWOOD COSTUME exhibition, which opened in 2012.


WARIS HUSSEIN

Waris Hussein’s appearance will mark 55 years since the very first DOCTOR WHO story, including its first episode, AN UNEARTHLY CHILD, which he is the director of. It was broadcast in November of 1963. He returned to direct the 1964 story MARCO POLO. When directing the first story of what became a classic sci-fi series, Waris was the youngest director that the BBC ever had, aged just 24. Since DOCTOR WHO, he directed a wide range of acclaimed films and television programmes, working with many renowned actors. These included the 1965 BBC production of A PASSAGE TO INDIA and the popular Thames Television series of EDWARD AND MRS SIMPSON, which he won a BAFTA for. His feature films include MELODY, written by Alan Parker and produced by David Puttnam, and HENRY VII AND HIS SIX WIVES, which starred Charlotte Rampling and Donald Pleasence. Waris won an Emmy for COPACABANA, a TV musical film starring Barry Manilow. Earlier this year, he was honoured with a BFI retrospective, comprising of screenings of some of his work.

Soundstage November 12th Event

£16.00

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There are no actual tickets. Upon making a purchase for events, the payee will be added to an attendance list and the names will be on the door.

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Tuesday December 4th / Doors at 7pm, starts at 7:30pm / £16

EDITOR JON GREGORY &

CASTING DIRECTOR KATE RHODES JAMES

JON GREGORY

Jon Gregory is one of the UK’s most renowned film editors. He has worked with Mike Leigh on seven feature films, such as PETERLOO. Others include SECRETS AND LIES, MR TURNER, NAKED and LIFE IS SWEET. He was Oscar and BAFTA nominated for the acclaimed THREE BILLBOARDS OUTSIDE EBBING, MISSOURI, directed by Martin McDonagh. Jon also worked with him on IN BRUGE. Other films that he edited include DONNIE BRASCO, starring Al Pacino and Johnny Depp, THE ROAD and FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL. He also edited the acclaimed 1989 Channel 4 series TRAFFIK.


KATE RHODES JAMES

Kate Rhodes James played a significant part behind the scenes of some of the most popular television drama series’ in recent years. She is the casting director of the hugely successful BODYGUARD and LINE OF DUTY, both created and written by Jed Mercurio. Prior to those, she was the casting director of SHERLOCK, also THE MISSING, RIPPER STREET and other popular shows. Kate’s early career saw her assisting with casting on James Bond films and THE YOUNG INDIANA JONES CHRONICLES. Her fairly recent work includes A DISCOVERY OF WITCHES and REQUIEM. This will be a fascinating interview, regarding a rather undervalued part of film and television.

Soundstage December 4th Event

£16.00

Tickets for:

Price:

There are no actual tickets. Upon making a purchase for events, the payee will be added to an attendance list and the names will be on the door.

Please note, bookings cannot be refunded, unless an event advertised here is cancelled or unless a guest becomes unavailable for it.