Foxtrot Films congratulates Eddie Redmayne, star of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, on receiving his OBE from HM The Queen for services to drama.
WAR ART with Eddie Redmayne
Eddie Redmayne filming war art of Somme casualties at the Royal College of Surgeons,
by war artist/surgeon Henry Tonk.
The Battle of the Somme was the worst day in the history of the British Army.
Margy Kinmonth’s film WAR ART with Eddie Redmayne has been entered for the forthcoming BAFTA Television “Specialist Factual” Award. Margy Kinmonth has been entered for “Best Factual Director”, Rob Goldie for “Cinematography” and Finn Keane for his musical score in the BAFTA Craft Awards.
The film has also been entered for the prestigious Peabody Awards in the USA which recognizes distinguished and meritorious TV public service.
WAR ART has also been nominated for the Royal Television Society Award for Best Art Film 2016.
Artist Julia Midgley, who features in Margy Kinmonth‘s film WAR ART with Eddie Redmayne, will present a talk at Liverpool Medical Institution at 7pm on Tuesday 26 January 2016 as part of their “Hidden Stories of Conflict” series. Julia’s talk will feature clips from Foxtrot’s production as well as work from her recent “War Art and Surgery” project.
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Director Margy Kinmonth gave a Special Q&A Screening of WAR ART with Eddie Redmayne at CAC on 9 November, interviewed by Independent Curator Kate Greenspon. War Artists Christopher Nevinson, Leon Underwood, David Bomberg, John Singer Sargent, Henry Tonks, Peter Howson, Julia Midgely have all frequented the Chelsea Arts Club (but Alfred Leete preferred the London Sketch Club…).