Reality Check: David Hewlett from Cube to Splice
July 24, 2010
— Sci-Fi London
David Hewlett from Cube to Splice
Partially broadcast 23/07/10 as part of an episode of I’m ready for my close-up on Resonance 104.4 FM
Alex Fitch talks to actor David Hewlett about the four films he’s made with director Vincenzo Natali – Cypher, Nothing, the cult classic Cube and their new film Splice, which is in cinemas now. David also talks about Natali’s next project – in adaptation of William Gibson’s Neuromancer – and his directorial debut A Dog’s Breakfast…
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Links: Wikipedia pages on Splice, Vincenzo Natali and David Hewlett
Official Splice website
Splice trailers at apple.com
David Hewlett’s website – www.dgeek.com
Read Alex’s reviews of Splice and Cube
Read an interview with Vincenzo Natali about Splice at www.sci-fi-london.com / listen to Alex’s interview with the director
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