Colleen Soundtracks Samantha Morton's Directorial Debut
Published 12 May 2009 by BWL

Oscar-nominated and Golden Globe winning British actress Samantha Morton has made her directorial debut with The Unloved, a powerful drama that gives an intimate child's eye view of life in a children's home. Colleen (aka Cécile Schott) provides the majority of the soundtrack to the film, most of which is taken from the Parisian's second album, The Golden Morning Breaks. The film, which stars Robert Carlyle and Susan Lynch, will be aired on UK's Channel 4 at 9pm on May 17 and there are plans to extend the screening to Europe and North America over the coming months.

More information on the film can be found in an interview Morton gave to The Guardian.

A Hawk And A Hacksaw Feature In All Tomorrow's Parties Film
Published 26 May 2009 by BWL

A Hawk And A Hacksaw will feature in a documentary about All Tomorrow's Parties festival to be released later this year. The Warp X film, simply entitled All Tomorrow's Parties, includes footage of performances of the likes of Iggy and the Stooges, Portishead, Slint and Sonic Youth as well as AHAAH (who have played two ATPs so far) and will receive its UK premiere at the Edinburgh Film Festival June 24. September will see the film released on DVD and digital download.

More information can be found here:

And here is the trailer:

New A Hawk And A Hacksaw Videos
Published 27 May 2009 by BWL

A Hawk And A Hacksaw have made videos to accompany tracks from their new album, Délivrance, which was released last week. The videos were filmed by James Longmire in AHAAH's native New Mexico earlier this year. The live tracks recorded include 'I Am Not A Gambling Man' and 'The Man Who Sold His Beard', the former can be seen here:

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AHAAH are currently on their latest European tour. The touring band this time around is core duo Jeremy Barnes and Heather Trost plus Mark Weaver (tuba) who has featured on AHAAH's last two albums, Chicago-based Samuel Johnson (trumpet) and Chris Hladowski (Scatter, Nalle) on bouzouki and clarinet. Full details can be found here: