A Liar’s Autobiography Premiere at BFI London Film Festival
A Liar’s Autobiography brings together 14 animation studios, 3 directors, and Pythons Terry Jones, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam and John Cleese to breathe big-screen life into the Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman.
And then there’s the voice of the late Chapman himself which features in the film thanks to recordings he made of his Liar’s Autobiography before he passed on, was no more, ceased to be, expired.
The film had its BFI London Film Festival premiere at the Empire cinema in Leicester Square, and Terry Jones, Monty Python actress Carol Cleveland, and actor Philip Bulcock all stopped by for a chat. Take a look at the videos to see what they said…
- To watch my interview with the directors of A Liar’s Autobiography, click here.
Carol Cleveland chats about her memories of working on Monty Python with Graham Chapman and her favourite Python moments:
Actor Philip Bulcock talks about his first Python experience and playing the voice of Graham Chapman’s partner David Sherlock:
Terry Jones on what Graham Chapman would have thought of the film and being directed by his son Bill Jones:
And here’s the BFI London Film Festival press conference for A Liar’s Autobiography with Michael Palin, Terry Jones, directors Bill Jones, Ben Timlett and Jeff Simpson, and animation producer Justin Weyers:
The 56th BFI London Film Festival runs from 10 to 21 October 2012. Click here for more details.