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  • 2 July 2015

    Out Now: Eskimo Nell

    Eskimo Nell Out Now

    We are pleased to announce that the third collectible edition screen play, Eskimo Nell is now available to purchase at the London Repertory Company website: www.londonrepertorycompany.com/shop/

  • 28 March 2015

    London Film Convention on 28th March

    London Film Convention 2015

    Michael Armstrong will be making an appearance at this year's London Film Convention where he will be signing and offering participants a selection of his collectible Screen Plays at an especially reduced convention price.http://www.londonfilmconvention.co.uk/

  • 31 October 2014

    Ghost Town Out Now

    Ghost Town Out October 2014

    Ghost Town is now available to buy in the LRC shop! If happened to have preordered, you'll be pleased to hear we have dispatched all copies and it should be with you within the next couple of days. Visit: www.londonrepertorycompany.com/shop/

  • 25 October 2014

    Cannon Film Documentary Teaser Out

    Cannon Films

    Michael was interviewed by Australian documentary film-maker Mark Hartley for Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films earlier in the year. You can watch the teaser by clicking here.

  • 23 September 2014

    Ghost Town available 31st October

    Ghost Town Out October 2014

    The next collectible title is on its way: Michael Armstrong's GHOST TOWN. This rare comedy western screen play will be the second hardback in the series; made available Halloween 2014. Visit: www.londonrepertorycompany.com/shop/

  • 2 August 2014

    Guest at Camden Film Fair 2014

    Camden Film Fair 2014

    Michael Armstrong will be a special guest at the Camden Film Fair on Saturday 16th 2014, at The Electric Ballroom, Camden NW1. Available for photographs and signing. Visit: www.midnight-media.net/id10.html

  • 1 August 2014

    Out Now: House Of The Long Shadows

    House Of The Long Shadows Out Now

    We are pleased to announce that the first collectible edition screen play, House Of The Long Shadows is now available to purchase at the London Repertory Company website: www.londonrepertorycompany.com/shop/

  • 27 July 2014

    70th Birthday Celebration

    70th Birthday Celebration

    Michael celebrated turning 70 and fifty years in showbiz at a private event in Denham hosted by Julie Long, including a surprise reunion with old friends, colleagues, drinks, a special film and a cabaret.

  • 28 April 2014

    Speaker at Derby Film Festival 2014

    Derby Film Festival 2014 Logo

    We are pleased to announce: Michael will be a Guest Speaker at this year's Fantastiq and Derby Film Festival on 16th May. For more information about the festival, visit: www.derbyfilmfestival.co.uk

  • 28 March 2014

    International Jury for BIFF 2014

    BIFFF Logo

    Michael will be on the official judging panel for the International Film Competition at this year's 32nd Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival between 14th-20th April 2014. For more information about the festival, visit: www.bifff.net

  • 15 March 2014

    First Publication Announced

    House Of The Long Shadows to be first published

    We can finally reveal that House Of The Long Shadows (1982) will be the first of Michael Armstrong's Screen Plays to be published and sold. The first of a limited number of gold-foiled, hardback Collector's Editions will be made exclusively available in Summer 2014.

  • 03 April 2014

    Controversial Essay Now Online

    Michael Armstrong's Essay: The Correct Perspective is now online

    Michael's seminal essay: "The Correct Perspective", originally written to accompany the Collector Editions (but later removed in printing) is now available to read online. Michael re-addresses the role of film director vs screenwriter in "The Correct Perspective".


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