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It’s been a very long time coming, I know… but to commemorate what would have been Mary’s 70th birthday, here’s a little teaser trailer for Respectable: The Mary Millington Story, my forthcoming documentary on the life, and death, of Britain’s most … Continue reading
There’s only one Filmfabriek Müller HD 8mm film scanner in the whole of the UK. It’s just been delivered to Pinewood Studios and today, rather surprisingly, Mary Millington’s rarely-seen 1974 short Wild Lovers is running through it… Original photo strictly © Simon Sheridan 2014-2015
Viewing theatre #1, Pinewood Studios, 19th September 2014… the first ever screening of the new, improved, digitally remastered version of Stanley Long’s cult 1974 sex comedy Eskimo Nell. And I can tell you… it looks fantastic. Watching Gordon Tanner as loathsome … Continue reading
Dateline: 12.25pm, 9 May 2014. Pinewood Studios, Buckinghamshire. In a screening room, literally right next door to the filming of Star Wars Episode 7 we find this going on…
Dateline: 10.59am, 5 July 2013. Pinewood Studios, Buckinghamshire First ever digital restoration of Mary’s posthumous 1980 film Mary Millington’s True Blue Confessions.
Dateline: 1.36pm, 5 June 2013. Pinewood Studios, Buckinghamshire First ever digital restoration of Mary’s 1979 film Queen of the Blues.