8. 3. 2016

Peter Mullan, the Scottish actor and holder of the Venice IFF Golden Lion Award to attend Febiofest

Peter Mullan

Peter Mullan is a Scottish theatre & film actor and director. One of his first starring roles came in My Name is Joe, one of the most popular films directed by the renowned director Kenneth Loach. For his part in My Name Is Joe, Mullan received the Best Actor Award at the Cannes IFF. Mullan rose to stardom well before then thanks to starring in two of Danny Boyle’s cult films Shallow Grave and Trainspotting, where Mullan portrayed the drug dealer Swanney. In the second half of the 90s, Peter Mullan began directing films in additions to acting. Mullan was internationally acclaimed for directing his second feature film, 2002’s period drama The Magdalene Sisters, set in a strict convent, which brought Mullan such awards as the Golden Lion for best picture at the Venice IFF. This year’s Febiofest will showcase Mullan’s acting talent by screening his 2015 films Hector and Sunset Song

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