This Time It's Forever by Ian Bartholomew In Support of Women's Aid
Donate to support survivors of domestic abuse and the vital work of Women's Aid here: https://www.justgiving.com/campaign/ThisTimeItsForever Actor Ian Bartholomew, who plays perpetrator of domestic abuse Geoff Metcalfe in Coronation Street, has released the song This Time It's Forever, and accompanying music video, to raise vital funds to help support Women's Aid work to support women and children escaping abuse. Ian was moved and inspired to write the song after researching his role with the charity.
The Shop Window - EVACUATE - Official Music Video
Evacuate is the 3rd single from The Shop Window. To be released on 14th August 2020. The track is taken from their forthcoming album ‘The State Of Being Human’ Video Edited by Darren Stokes https://www.dazs8creative.com/ Produced and mixed by Callum Rafferty at https://www.rafferstudios.com/
BREAK OFFICIAL Official Trailer (2020) Jamie Foreman
BREAK World Premiere, Prince Charles Cinema 22nd April 2020. BREAK is a heart-warming UK thriller filmed in Sheffield’s Crucible theatre, London and Beijing starring Rutger Hauer in his last screen role. BREAK Films and Scanner-Rhodes Productions have announced the forthcoming release of their British independent thriller BREAK, starring Sam Gittins, David Yip, BAFTA winner Adam Deacon and the late Hollywood legend Rutger Hauer in his final screen role. Dean Fisher is producing alongside actress/producer Terri Dwyer and the writer/director is Michael Elkin. BREAK also stars Jamie Foreman and Luke Mably in key roles, and features appearances by British snooker star Jack Lisowski, Chinese sensation Liang Wenbo and World Snooker Champion Ken Doherty. The film was made with the support of World Snooker and Matchroom. Synopsis: Filmed in Sheffield’s world famous Crucible Theatre, London and Beijing, this life affirming rags-to-riches story follows the troubled but talented Spencer Pryde (Sam Gittins) a gifted, inner-city kid, wasting his life on petty crime and violence, until a chance encounter with Chinese stranger and former ‘eight ball’ pool champion, Vince Qiang (David Yip) and tough guy club owner Ray (Rutger Hauer) presents him with the opportunity to turn his life around. When tragedy strikes, Spencer finally breaks away from his so-called friends and all the negative influences of his life - which include the UK’s current issues with drugs, violence and knife crime - but with Qiang’s guidance Spencer makes a bid for a prestigious snooker tournament held in Beijing…but can he overcome his demons and use the talents he was blessed with? #BreakFilm #JamieForeman #SamGittins