Angus Macfadyen photographed by David Ho

Angus Macfadyen on the Braveheart Effect and Scottish Independence

UPDATE 02-March-2018 13:14 GMT:

At the Production's request, we’re delaying the release of our exclusive interviews to better time with the film’s distribution.

WORLD EXCLUSIVE: Angus Macfadyen talks to David Petherick of EdinburghFestival.org about 'The Braveheart Effect' and Scottish Independence

Originally playing the role of Robert The Bruce in 1995's Braveheart, Angus talks on location in Scotland about the efffect on the Scottish psyche of Braveheart, and the potential effect when 'Robert the Bruce' is released, which he confirmed is scheduled to take place this year. #robertthebruce

Forthcoming world exclusive interviews on camera from the movie Robert the Bruce

David Petherick with Anna Hutchison discuss role of Morag in Robert the Bruce movie. Stirling. Feb-25-18.

David Petherick with Anna Hutchison discuss role of Morag in Robert the Bruce movie. Stirling. Feb-25-18. Photo: David Ho.

We will be sitting down to talk to Angus on camera in more detail, posing some additional questions, and posting the filmed interviews and some exclusive on-set photographs here at edinburghfestival.org

We will also have interviews coming with:

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Robert The Bruce #robertthebruce

L-R: David Petherick and Angus Macfadyen on set of Robert The Bruce, February 25th 2018.

Photo Credit: Photgraph Copyright 2018 David Ho at Professional Headshots Scotland. No reproduction allowed without permission.

 

Angus Macfadyen

Angus Macfadyen plays Robert The Bruce. Stirling, February 2018. Photo credit: David Ho for edinburghfestival.org

Angus Macfadyen plays Robert The Bruce. Stirling, February 2018. Photo credit: David Ho for edinburghfestival.org

Richard Gray
Anna Hutchison
Carter Boehm

About EdinburghFestival.org

Edinburgh, Scotland's Capital, knew that its road to recovery in 1947 in a Europe ravaged by the Second World War, would not take place without recognising the city and the country's place in European and World History. Thus the Edinburgh International Festival was born. Even at its first running, there was a Fringe - unofficial, uninvited artists and performers came to Edinburgh to show the world their talents.

Over 70 years later, and the rest, as they say, is history. Here, we celebrate Edinburgh and Scotland's role as a cultural icon for the world in the arts and in culture, and like the Festivals, work to showcase the Scots as the most hospitable and welcoming people in the world, living in the most beautiful city in the world. This is not just an August, but year-round backdrop to some of the world's most innovative and exciting performers.

EdinburghFestival.org is proudly unofficial, unfunded and independent.

About David Petherick

David Petherick is the owner of edinburghfestival.org and was born in, and lives, in Edinburgh. He is a writer, marketer and tweeter and is also "Doctor LinkedIn". Follow @edinburghfest for festival news and updates and @petherick for personal news and views. David has previously worked as UK Editor for The Next Web.

1 Comment

  1. Carter on April 14, 2018 at 9:22 pm

    David great article

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