Kevin has already mentioned to you all that he will be Directing the Premiere of Season 12. In fact he will be back at work on the 1st July to start the prep work on that episode.
The Rest of the cast and crew will be back at work on the 10th July.
Kevin was also very pleased to advise us that he will be directing several other episodes this season (season 12 is confirmed for 25 episodes).
We wish him everything of the best with Season 12 and enjoy those last days of your well deserved holiday.
Venture Even Deeper into the Heart of “Grey’s Anatomy” with Never-Before-Seen Bonus Features Available Only on DVD
Synopsis: It’s time to bring the thunder as the doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial face stunning surprises, unprecedented challenges and life changing decisions in ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy: Complete Eleventh Season.
Primetime television’s most riveting hour hits new heights as secrets of the past come to light and critical choices shape the future. Relationships are in turmoil as things between Callie and Arizona cool – and Owen and Amelia’s romance ignites. April and Jackson face a heartbreaking tragedy. Meanwhile, Meredith makes a stunning family discovery as opportunities pull Derek further away. And Maggie’s shocking announcement proves that blood is thicker than water.
Experience every pulse-pounding moment of the electrifying eleventh season with this 24-episode collection, and venture even deeper into the heart of Grey’s Anatomy with never-before-seen bonus features available only on DVD.
★ SPOTLIGHT: CATERINA SCORSONE – Get to know long-time ShondaLand actress Caterina Scorsone. From her days on “Private Practice” to joining the cast of “Grey’s Anatomy,” Caterina has fabulously portrayed Dr. Amelia Shepherd, little sister of Dr. Derek Shepherd. Find out how she came to the role, what it is like to be a series regular on two of Shonda’s shows and what a typical day on set is like for her.
★ EXTENDED EPISODE – An extended version of Episode #1124 “You’re My Home.”
★ HOW TO SAY GOODBYE – Show Creator Shonda Rhimes reflects on the heartbreaking loss of the show’s character Dr. Derek Shepherd, aka McDreamy.
★ DELETED SCENES – Back from the dead, these scenes have a new life on DVD.
★ IN STITCHES – Check out the cast cutting up in and out of the OR.
Scotland has been voted the best tourist destination in the world for film fans.
By Laura Piper on Monday 15 June 2015
Movie buffs awarded our country the title of 'Best Cinematic Destination' in an online poll run by one of America’s biggest newspapers USA Today.
In a final public vote, Scotland took the crown thanks to a record number of films shot against some of the country's most stunning backdrops.
As the newspaper published in their online results announcement: "When you think about how often Scotland features in iconic film franchises - Harry Potter, James Bond, Braveheart and The Da Vinci Code to name a few - it's no surprise this country came in first place."
Additional nominees for Best Cinematic Destination included Australia, Berkshire, London, Morocco, New York, Paris, Southern Tunisia, Stockholm, the Thai Islands and Tokyo.
Scotland has featured in a number of high-profile movies in recent years, with several upcoming films such as Macbeth, starring Michael Fassbender, and Victor Frankenstein, starring James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe, also set to give an extra sheen to our country's well polished film throne.
So what led our fair filmed land to take the title?
Seven reasons why Scotland is the top 'Cinematic Destination' in the world
7. Brave Whilst the Scotland depicted in Brave might be an animated, mythical version of the country, Pixar’s stellar animation results in it still being hailed as one of the best representations of the Highlands on film.
The movie’s success gave rise to an international marketing campaign led by Disney and VisitScotland, bringing a massive boost in tourist numbers to the region.
FULL ARTICLE: http://glasgow.stv.tv/articles/1322952-scotland-top-for-movie-buffs-thanks-to-harry-potter-skyfall-world-war-z/
TITLE: THE NE’ER DUWELS
ARTIST: THE NE’ER DUWELS
RELEASE DATE: JUNE, 2015
By Mark Dresser
There are times when travelers on different paths meet at a crossroads and discover they have been brought together for a purpose. Connections are forged because each knows the road ahead is right and true. Such is the case with the band the Ne’er Duwels: four accomplished musicians who have joined together to create a solid recording. Ken O’ Malley from Dublin, Ireland, is the lead singer of the band. Ken has entertained audiences for over 30 years, and is one of the most well-known and beloved Irish folk singers working today. His rich voice and skillful guitar work are fueled by deep passion for his people and their history. Ken pours his soul into every word he sings, every measure he plays, and the music of the Ne’er Duwels laughs, breathes, and aches with his dedication.
Patrick D’Arcy also hails from Dublin, and is one of the finest uillean pipers around. Patrick is also an accomplished pennywhistle and bodhran player. The depth and texture of his pipes and whistles are seamlessly woven into the fabric of the bands’ songs, providing a hauntingly beautiful quality. His Irish brogue on the songs he sings hark back to the wandering balladeers of old, and ties the bands’ music to its cultural roots.
Bryan Dobbs provides the backbone of the band. Originally from New Mexico, Bryan adds layers of ethereal threads with his mandolin, acoustic guitar, and lush mysteries from his Fender Stratocaster electric guitar. Bryan’s subtle nuances add color and shadings to the weft on the Ne’er Duwels’ loom.
Forrest Robinson is a Grammy award winning percussionist who has traveled the world and performed with many well-known artists. An alumnus of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Forrest has always been drawn to the rhythms of Celtic music. He furnishes the heartbeat of the band, and he drives their sound with his modern, vibrant rhythms.
The band started two years ago when Ken enlisted Bryan and Pat to join him for a weekend of shows. The spark of creative fire flashed between them, and the flame was lit. Later Forrest attended one of Ken’s solo shows as a member of the audience, and mentioned he had always wanted to play with an Irish band. The hearth was laid and the blaze flourished into the Ne’er Duwels, with their own unique tone.
Their self-titled debut album also features Brett Anderson, leader of the Donnas, local artist Hale May, Ken’s daughter Angela, and Scottish actor/singer Kevin McKidd. There are Irish reels, original songs, and traditional Irish folk tunes, all infused with worldbeats as only the Ne’er Duwels can blend. As Pat notes in a poem recited in Ceol Miol Mor (Music of the Whale), the bands’ spirit comes from the night, the wind and weather, all of Ireland itself. The album closes with Saor Sinn o Olc, a song in Gaelic that returns the music to where it all began. The title of the song translates to “Deliver Us From Evil,” and is taken from the Lord’s Prayer in Gaelic, as are other phrases in the song’s chorus.
Take the time to share this journey with the Ne’er Duwels. No one truly knows where it will lead, but it is filled with beauty in every step and every moment.
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