Andrew Gower is one of the confirmed guests for BAFTA Scotland award ceremony on Sunday, 4 November 2018 in Glasgow, where he will no doubt represent Black Mirror and support his “Crocodile” co-star Kiran Sonia Sawar who is nominated in the Best Actress category.
He’ll also be re-united with his Fear the Lord co-star Sophie Kennedy Clark, as well as Outlander actors Sophie Skelton and Richard Rankin.
The British Academy Scotland Awards will be hosted by Edith Bowman at Radisson Blu Glasgow and will be streamed live on Facebook at 19.00, Sunday 4 Nov, preceded by clips of live carpet highlights hosted by Sanjeev Kohli from 17.00 on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
(Source: BAFTA Scotland)
Writer / director Leoni Tenius (Blessed are They that Fear the Lord) replied to a question to her Instagram post where she shared a “Behind the Scenes” shot from the Fear the Lord set last year.
So let’s hope the trailer will be out very soon!
Leoni Tenius is also involved in a new IndieGoGo project called Neext! You can follow Neext! on Facebook and Twitter, and there’s still time to support the crowdfunding as well. Her mini bio includes an excited bit of news for Fear the Lord:
Leoni Tenius is a director from Berlin. Following up to 5 years in the German film industry as an actress she went on to study at the Met Film School London where she graduated with First Honours in Practical Filmmaking. Leoni has won the Zoom Award for the Best International Film for her first short film Kriegskind (Child of War), as well as the Imagining the Imaginarium Competition chaired by Andy Serkis and since then has directed and edited several live action and motion capture short films with Serkis’ The Imaginarium Studios. Her last short [Blessed are They that Fear the Lord] starring BAFTA winner Sophie Kennedy Clark is currently in development for a feature.
(Source: Neext! on IndieGoGo)
We’re really hoping that Fear the Lord can get the funding to be turned into a full feature length film, and that Andrew Gower can reprise his role as James O’Harry.
Leoni Tenius (writer, director and co-producer of Blessed are They that Fear the Lord) posted this “behind the scenes” shot from the set of her independent short film taken in Shrewsbury, Shropshire (UK) last year.
Pictured are Sophie Kennedy Clark (who plays the main character Ada), Leoni Tenius and Andrew Gower (who plays James O’Harry).
Thank you very much for this photo, Leoni Tenius!
German composer Florian Erlbeck has released two tracks from the official Blessed are They that Fear the Lord soundtrack. You can find them on his website alongside a stunning new picture of Sophie Kennedy Clark as Ada.
Andrew Gower has been cast in a new short film called Blessed are Those that Fear the Lord which was financed via Kickstarter earlier this summer. Filming apparently wrapped two months ago on 21 August 2017.
We’ll keep you updated as soon as we learn more about this.
Congratulations, Andrew, we cannot wait to see you as James!