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Archive for the ‘“Tess of the D’Urbervilles”’ Category
  M.   May 23, 2009

Lost in Austen and Tess of the D’Urbervilles are up for Best Drama and Gemma for Best Actress at the TV Choice and TV Quick Awards 2009 – go vote here! ;)
(It’s a quick poll, you can skip categories if you don’t want to vote in them.)

  M.   March 27, 2009

Gemma revealed her demanding role in Tess of the d’Urbervilles ‘unlocked’ her acting passion.

She explained: “I went to drama school for three years and I kind of tried all these different methods and never really felt like I was getting anywhere.

“And then it was actually Tess that unlocked something in me. I became like a crying wreck – I couldn’t stop crying all the time. And then on the next film I did, Prince of Persia (with Jake Gyllenhaal), they kept saying to me, ‘Why are you crying all the time?’ I couldn’t get rid of Tess!”

Source: Mirror

  M.   March 19, 2009


GALLERY LINKS:
Tess of the D’Urbervilles: Episode 2, capped by mrbnatural
Tess of the D’Urbervilles: Episode 3, capped by mrbnatural
Quantum of Solace: Promotional Photoshoot

  M.   March 17, 2009

Tess of the D’Urbervilles will air on Belgian TV channel EEN tonight, March 17 from 8:40 pm to 9:35 pm. Read more about it here.

Thanks to Hans Matheson Online for the news.

  M.   February 27, 2009

In the Best Actress category, Gemma Arterton is nonimated for Tess of the D’Urbervilles. She’ll compete with Andrea Riseborough (who is nominated for lead roles in two productions – Margaret Thatcher: The Long Walk to Finchley and The Devil’s Whore), Ruth Jones (Gavin & Stacey, Little Dorrit and Tess) and Julie Walters (for Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story).

The winners will be announced at the BPG Awards lunch at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane on Friday March 27, 2009.

Winners will be informed in advance and places at the lunch are by invitation only.

The Broadcasting Press Guild was founded in 1974 and has more than a hundred members – all journalists who specialise in writing and broadcasting about television, radio and the media in general. They include media correspondents, reviewers, previewers and feature writers from national newspapers, broadcasters and leading trade journals and websites. Details of previous BPG Awards winners can be found at http://www.broadcastingpressguild.org/awards.

  M.   February 05, 2009

Gemma Arterton is up best UK TV actress in Tess Of The D’Urbervilles!

Click here to vote for her!

  M.   January 06, 2009

Don’t you worry if you missed the first half of Tess of the D’Urbervilles, PBS.org is streaming it so you can get up to speed before Sunday, Jan. 11 at 9pm. You can also select your favorite chapters instead of watching the full episode.

Episode One is available for online viewing from January 5 to January 19, 2009.

Episode Two (which means the third and fourth episodes that aired in the UK combined) airs next Sunday.

PBS.org now has a website of sorts up for Tess as well.

While you’re at it, why not take the time to visit Hans Matheson Online (Alec D’Urberville) and Eddie Redmayne Online (Angel Clare), two wonderful fansites dedicated to Gemma’s co-stars in the series?

Last but not least, attention UK visitors: St Trinian’s will be showing on Sky Movies Premiere on Satuday, Jan. 10 at 8pm.