Amazing Grace, directed by the veteran Michael Apted, is an English film that was commissioned for an occasion: the 200th anniversary of Britain’s decision to make slavery illegal.
Amazing Grace, the drama about British parliamentarian William Wilberforce and his campaign to abolish the slave trade, has scored a distribution deal on the eve of its world premiere.
The 31st Toronto International Film Festival closes with the world premiere Gala Presentation of Michael Apted’s AMAZING GRACE. Tremendously appealing to both heart and mind, AMAZING GRACE tells the story of William Wilberforce, a British […]
Rufus Sewell isn’t sure why people think he’s so good at being bad. The striking British actor has played a wide variety of parts on stage and screen, from Shakespeare to Stoppard, yet he’s probably […]
New Leaf Publishing Group will release The Amazing Grace of Freedom by Amazing Grace film producers Ken Wales, Susan Wales, and Ted Baehr in January to coincide with the major motion-picture release of Amazing Grace […]
He said “Gloucester is a great place to film and the people have really got behind us. It would be great to come back and film here in the future.”