MAN DANCIN'

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  • Crime

People/organisations:

  • Scottish Screen Collection

Decade:

  • 2000s

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Title: MAN DANCIN'

Reference number: 8153

Date: 2004

Director: d. Norman Stone

Sponsor: The Angel Film Partnership presents in association with Saltire Films and Jerusalem Productions and in association with The Deo Gloria Trust, Vision Video and The Scottish Screen National Lottery Fund

Producer: Ray Marshall

Production company: 1A Films and Festival Films

Sound: sound

Certificate: 15

Colour: col

Fiction: fiction

Running time: 109.20 mins

Description: Set in Glasgow where a fresh out of jail gangster, Jimmy Kerrigan, comes home to find that everything and everyone has changed - none more so than him. Inevitably old and new clash, and when they do, some changes will be for ever. [Synopsis from bfi SIFT database http://ftvdb.bfi.org.uk/sift/title/752818]

Date of production 2003+, date of release was 2004.

Shot for 22-days in locations in and around Glasgow including Greenock Dock, Govan housing estate, Ibrox Parish Church, Pollokshields, and the Angel of the North in Gateshead.

Credits: The Angel Film Partnership presents in association with Saltire Films and Jerusalem Productions and in association with The Deo Gloria Trust, Vision Video and The Scottish Screen National Lottery Fund a 1A Films and Festival Films production of a Norman Stone film

screenplay Sergio Casci
addit. material Norman Stone, Murray Watts

Cast (in order of appearance)
Jimmy Kerrigan Alex Ferns
Terry Kerrigan Cas Harkins
1st Youth Neil McCormack
2nd Youth Anthony Donaldson
Donnie McGlone James Cosmo
Flex Stewart Porter
Johnny Bus-Stop Tam White
Lenny Gerald Lepkowski
Margaret Kerrigan Kay Gallie
Father Flynn Tom Georgeson
Elizabeth Black Sarah Finch
Frank McIvor Frank Gallagher
Sebastian Black James Bryce
'Pancho' Villers Kenneth Cranham
Helen Scott Bridget McCann
Des Airlie Gavin Mitchell
Tricia Louise Montgomery
Shopkeeper Rohit Gokani
Maria Gallagher Jenny Foulds
Fiona Gowan Calder
Laura McGlone Lesley Stone
First Nurse Katherine Connolly
Second Nurse Angela Salgo
Shona Naomi Bird
Druggie Girl Gabriel Quigley
Newsreader Sally Magnusson
Billy Maddison Ron Donachie
Norrie Garry Sweeney
and
Gordon Dole Alan Carrick
Main Policeman Steven Wren
Police Constable Jamie Watters
Lad in Toilet William Barlow
Lorry Driver Raymond Carey
Police Superintendent Brian McKenzie
Barman Ally Thompson
Debt Collector Eddy Conroy
Old Lady Helen Howarth
As Himself Peter Howson
Club Barmaid Ruth Atkinson
Angry Wife Marie Shankly
Angry Husband Paul Ferns
Spraypainting Youths Tommy Reilly, Siggy Stone
Prison Guard Ewen MacMillan
Greek Voice Naomi Bird

McGlone's Heavies John Mullen, Andi Hunt, Robbie Booth, Donnie MacMillan, Andrew Leggatt

Drama Groups Brian Horne, Elian Johnston, Peter MacDonald, Jane Mullen, Christine Reid, Isabel McLay, Marie Shankley, Denise Howarth, Emma Young, Kathleen McCallum, Martin Burke, Linda Birrell, Susan Burke, Valerie Ellis, Mark Buchanan, Stuart McRae, Eric Scot, Fraser Ellis

co-exec. p. Christopher Gawor
p. man. Matt Marshall
p. co-ordinator Anna Fryer
sc. supervisor Kate West
1st ass. d. Simon King
2nd ass. d. Andi Hunt
3rd ass. d. Denise Paul
unti runner Robbie Booth
p. runner Margaret Edwards
trainee runner Emma James
location man. Donald MacKinnon, Judi Ritchie
location ass. Adam Alexander
art d. Suzanne Field
prop buyer Janice MacRae
make-up ass. Alexis MacDougall
costume ass. Elaine Robertson
focus puller Trevor Forrest
clapper loader Mark Sneddon
2nd unit camera Alan McSheehy
2nd unit sd. Douglas Kerr
boom operator Fiona Carlin
electrician / grip Stephen Arthur
ass. electrician Dave Thom
unit driver James Moss
unit publicist Wendy Kidd
stills ph. Derek Prescott, Moira Conway
caterers VIP Catering
lighting / grip equipment Light Track
special effects Hands On Productions
digital sd. post production The Frame
supervising sd. ed. Jennie Evans
sd. ed. Stan White, Laurence Gale, Danny Longhurst
foley ed. / ADR mixer Clive Mitchison
foley artists Andrea King, Felicity Cottrell
addit. ADR Savalas Studios, Glasgow
dubbing mixer Richard King
sd. re-recorded at World Wide Studios, London
laboratory services Soho Images
colour grader Ken Rydon
for Soho Images Nigel Horn, Martin McGlone, Tone Davies, John Taylor, Emma Devonshire
digital effects and opticals Cineimage
FX supervisor Steve Boag
optical supervisor Martin Bullard
compositing artist Matt Symonds
optical camera Dave Gurney
title design Pauline Hume
title opticals Alan Plant
negative cutting Trucut
production insurance Media & Entertainment Insurance Services
legal advisor Richard Moxon at Davenport Lyons
original music composed and performed by Colin Towns
music mixed by Toby Wood and Colin Towns
music recorded and engineered at Canterbury Studios

All songs performed by Tam White.
"Man Dancin'" written by Tam White. Published by EMI Music Publishing

"Hold On" written by Tam White © 2002 Tam White

"Put Your Foot Down" written by Eric Bibb and Christa Lyssarides. Published by BUG Music Limited (PRS)

harmonica Fraser Spiers
guitar Neil Warden
backing vocals Annie McCaig
songs recorded aqnd produced at Offbeat Studios by Iain McKinna and Paul McKinna
All music by Tam White available on the "Hold On" album, Offbeat Records www.offbeat.co.uk

additional club music composed by Tommy Hair
Incidental music in restaurant "Joni" written and performed by Andy Sheppard and John Parricelli from the album "P.S." on Provacateur Records.

Special thanks to Clive Frampton, Ian and Lucy McAlister, John and Kate Siebert, Rose Gawor, Sir Cliff Richard OBE [... et al ...]

© 2003 The Angel Film Partnership

Shot entirely on location in Glasgow, Govan and Gateshead.
Visit the website at www.mandancinthemovie.com