Because the content on this post contains the name of the film then quite possibly it will also now show up in my Google alerts, so hello to anyone else who's set one up too.
P.S. If you think this is detailed, just wait till you see my minisites for diabetes statistical information or open air cinema screens in London. I decided that I could probably keep this to one blogpost page, but we'll see how unwieldy it gets...
- The trailer! Released 22 May 2012.
- Facebook (I don't know if the Twitter or Facebook pages are official accounts)
Facebook has a tendency to auto-create pages, derived from Wikipedia, for all sorts of things and true to form they've created one for the film here (this is just a mirror of the original Wikipedia page). Facebook fans can 'like' it - I don't know if they realise they're kind of hooked up to an orphan / non-real page...
- Whole Lotta Sole (2011) at the Film Catalogue
- Whole Lotta Sole (2012) at the Film Catalogue - no idea why there are two pages with different completion years
- Film - Whole Lotta Sole 2011 - cast, set and other shots by photographer Aidan Monaghan
- Tribeca Film Festival 2012 - photos from the world premiere of the film.
Reviews, previews, interviews and other information
Related Belfast Film Festival (BFF) events
8 June 2012 - Terry George (WLS director) talking film (screenwriting)
9 June 2012 - Nick Emerson WLS film editor) editing masterclass
10 June 2012 - Whole Lotta Sole European premiere
- 12th Belfast Film Festival launched by gordon, Film Ireland (9 May 2012)
- Terry George talking about Whole Lotta Sole - BBC Newsline (8 May 2012), starts at 15m20s until 17m40s.
- "Whole Lotta Sole" - Oscar-winning Terry George’s celebration of Belfast and its characters by Cahir O'Doherty, Irish Central (6 May 2012)
- Unearthing the Irish in Tribeca by Gwen Orel, The Irish Examiner (1 May 2012) Tribeca Film Fest mini reviews: Sleepless Night, Whole Lotta Sole, Mansome by Eric D Snider, Film.com (30 April 2012)
- TRIBECA FESTIVAL | “Whole lotta sole”: Brendan Fraser leads one of the top comedies at this year's fest by Lita Robinson, Screen Comment (29 April 2012)
- Whole Lotta Sole: Tribeca Review by David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter (29 April 2012)
- Tribeca Film Festival '12: 'Whole Lotta Sole' review by Chris McKittrick, Movie Buzzers (28 April 2012)
- Whole Lotta Sole by Mark Adams, ScreenDaily (28 April 2012) - subscriber only content
- Tribeca Review: 'Whole Lotta Sole' is an insufferable comic take on the British gangster movie by Drew Taylor, The Playlist (27 April 2012) - bah humbug ;)
- Tribeca 2012: LFM Reviews Whole Lotta Sole by Joe Bendel, Libertas Film Magazine (24 April 2012)
- Tribeca 2012: Whole Lotta Sole by Jeff Hart, Culture Blues (24 April 2012)
- Whole Lotta Sole - Tribeca 2012 Review by Jordan Raup, The Film Stage (23 April 2012)
21 April 2012 - world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
Pics from the Premiere: Zimbio
- Whole Lotta Fun by Pete Hamill, The Irish Echo (18 April 2012)
- 2012 Tribeca Film Festival: The Events and Films We’re Most Looking Forward To, Vanity Fair (13 April 2012)
- "Five Minutes With… 'Saving The Titanic' Actor Conor MacNeill" by Steve Cummins, The Irish Film & Television Network (IFTN) (5 April 2012)
- Oscar Winner's New Film to Premiere at Tribeca by Stephen Conlon, Toonari Post (31 March 2012)
- Terry George film set for world premiere, FilmNav (~25 March 2012)
- The Hudson Valley and WFF Alum Make Their Mark on Tribeca 2012 by Michael Burke, Woodstock Film Festival (15 March 2012)
- Irish films screening at Tribeca Fest, IFTN [The Irish Film & Television Network] (9 March 2012)
- 'Whole Lotta Sole' Begins Filming in Belfast, "going to love this" says Martin McCann" . The Irish Film & Television Network (IFTN). (8 April 2011)
Assuming it can go ahead, the William Tell 3D one sounds doubly fun - I love archery and despite maximum respect for Walter Murch I don't agree with his assessment of 3D films and find them rather exciting. Although it might actually be filmed in 2D anyway...
Not that long ago I did a Saturday morning course in archery and remained comfortably below average although I did hit a few golds which surprised us all. It probably didn't help that I'm left-eyed and right-handed so I might be parallax-ically challenged. Also I think William Tell wasn't much of a one for the longbow but went more for the crossbow - I've no idea how to shoot with one of those. Anyway don't rely on me for catching your tea, I expect I would be more likely to annoy rather than fatally injure the edible woodland creatures.
I also see from the WLS trailer above that my friend Amanda appears to be shooting a crossbow (at about 2m 16s). Holy crap that's a bit cool :)