Timothy Spall like as you've never seen him before...
BBC's Film Review
Leading TV/Radio journalist describes Stanley as "Vaudevillian black comedy come psylogical chiller"
Jason Solomon interview
Timothy Spall was interviewed by Jason Solomon from BBC Radio London about the film and where the ideas originated from.
Timothy Spall and Stephen Cookson attend the UK Premiere at the Picturehouse Central.
Timothy Spall and Stephen Cookson attend a crowded Q&A at Picturehouse Central after the 1st week of release.
Stanley will be shown at the Electric Cinema in Birmingham. Director Stephen Cookson and Producer Peter Keegan will attend a live Q&A on 17th July.
Stanley will be shown at the Arts Cinema in Cambridge. Actor Timothy Spall, Director Stephen Cookson and Producer Peter Keegan will attend a live Q&A on 30th June.
Stanley will be shown at the Science & Media Museum in Bradford. Director Stephen Cookson and Producer Peter Keegan will attend a live Q&A on 5th July
The New Yorker Festival
As part of this years New Yorker Festival, Timothy Spall is being interviewed by Rebecca Mead on Sat Oct 6th at the SVA Theatre, 333 West 23rd St. They will be talking about Stanley and discussing the process in making the film.
Stanley screened at the Shetland Arts Film Festival in September which Timothy Spall attended. Mark Kermode interviewed him afterwards in a lively Q&A.
"Timothy Spall could win an award for best ensemble performance" - Mark Kermode
"Timothy Spall shows off his full range in this one hander brimming with impressions" - Time Out
"Timothy Spall is a tour de force" - Financial Times
"Timothy Spall flaunts his comedic range in this one man show" - Total Film
"Spall's Noel Coward not the easiest stretch for an actor is a supercilious triumph" - The Times
"Marvellous acting, bravura from Spall" - The Guardian
"Timothy Spall's one man pet project is a very strange beast" - The Telegraph
"Timothy Spall reveals hidden talents and an unexpected dark side in this bizarre indie drama" - Daily Express
"Timothy Spall plays no less than 16 different characters in Stanley" - Radio Times
"In what adds up to a delightfully bonkers meditation on Britain's light entertainment industry" - Evening Standard
"Every word has earnt its place and Spall puts in a faultless delivery" - Film News