Thanks to Priscilla and Crowjane for finding details about a short movie Hugo starred in in 1999: True Colours. Written and directed by Alan Lovell (The Kiss), the movie was shown as part of the TropFest in February 1999.
Yesterday I received the dvd of The Magic Pudding and although I haven't had the time to see the movie yet I did manage to edit out the Hugo bits from The Baking of. The Baking of…The Magic Pudding I also added new screencaps from the clip to the Magic Pudding gallery.
Added a new "old" interview from the 2005 Film Festival in Melbourne. Thanks to Crowjane for the heads up on the link. In the Q8 ETA: interview is from the 'Little Fish' premiere in Melbourne, not Montreal as I mentioned before
Thanks to Joey who worked as an extra on The Key Man I have a new picture of Hugo from the set.
Thanks to Crowjane for following the lead on a new short movie Hugo narrated, The Girl Who Swallowed Bees by Paul McDermott . The movie will be screened in the short film competition at the Berlin Film Festival (dates and times here) starting next week.
Thanks to Priscilla I managed to get my hands on "Pacific", the short movie that earned Hugo's son Harry the award as Best Newcomer at the TropFest last year. Pacific
I still have another batch of smaller and probably crisper caps to make but I couldn't help but staying up to finish uploading the larger caps for Dadah is Death I made today. And while I was doing that…new pics of Hugo turned up! He was at the opening night of The Adventures Of Snugglepot […]
I just found out that the site won another award!! Best Site Name at Noble Heart Awards!!! The site is still up for voting at Time After Time Awards and Amour Awards, and NEW at So Awards and Cinnamon-Gum-Awards.
Added more details to two older audio projects of Hugo: The Edge of the World and The Forgotten Force. Both movies are available at FilmAustralia. Thanks to Crowjane for making the extra VHS she received available for me. I won't have time to prepare any audio-excerpts in the next couple of weeks, but I promise […]
I added two more calendars (February and March) and the first series of caps from Dadah is Death.