An Oscar for UKAPress Author Kevin Brownlow.

Huge congratulations go to renowned UKA Press author and film documentarian Kevin Brownlow (The Search for Charlie Chaplin, Winstanley, Warts and All and How It Happened Here) who, together with Francis Ford Coppola, Jean-Luc Godard and actor Eli Wallach, will receive a Motion Picture Academy Award Honorary Oscar for his contribution and dedication to the preservation and restoration of silent film in Hollywood on 13th November 2010. The ACADEMY of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Since starting his own film collection at the age of eleven, Kevin Brownlow has worked ...
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Voices from the Web Anthology 2017

These stories and poems have been selected by members of the writer’s website, UKAuthors, and on the basis of votes cast for each piece. Whether you prefer humour to chuckle at, drama to weep over, poetry that bounces along or ...
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Keith Moon Stole My Lipstick

by Judith Wills "A fascinating and intriguing journey through the 1970’s pop scene"“I honestly couldn’t put it down” “Beautifully captures those hip/happening times” “An elegy to childhood dreams and lost innocence”   Were you ever a teenager trying to ...
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Voices from the Web Anthology 2016

These stories and poems have been selected by members of the writer’s website, UKAuthors, and on the basis of votes cast for each piece. Whether you prefer humour to chuckle at, drama to weep over, poetry that bounces along or ...
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The Sighs of a Mouse

About the Author: Paul Chappell was a brilliant writer who brought pleasure to his readers wherever his works were available. His unique insight, humour and satire made many look at ordinary situations with fresh eyes. Much of Paul’s working life ...
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The Screen of Change

About the author: Peter Hopkinson - Screen of Change PETER HOPKINSON (1920 - 2007) Film-maker who documented the battles of the Second World War Peter Hopkinson was the image of the romantic film director. A Second World War combat cameraman, ...
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The Search For Chalie Chaplin

Excerpt: 1.   THE SHOCK OF DISCOVERY In September, 1977, David Gill and I were involved in producing Hollywood, a series about the American silent film, for Thames Television. Our base was at Teddington studios, just outside London. Since this was ...
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How It Happened Here

by Kevin Brownlow How It Happened Here tells the story of the making of a film and the subsequent reception that the film received and the controversy and alarm that it stirred up when it was first released. The film-makers ...
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