Part of the Queen's Gate Conservation area a short walk from Hyde Park and the Royal Albert Hall, the mews houses date back to 1866, but they are now popular in their own right, attracting such illustrious characters as Lord Puttnam
as well as Madonna and Guy Ritchie when they lived together in London.
Award-winning director Ken Loach, whose film I, Daniel Blake, told the bleakness of life in the North-east for those struggling to find a job, called the short film "bold", while Killing Fields producer David Puttnam
described it as 'very moving."
Award-winning director Ken Loach, whose film I, Daniel Blake, told the bleakness of life in the North East for those struggling to find a job, called the short film "bold", while Killing Fields producer David Puttnam
described it as "very moving."
It will also be his second stint on the APSA's jury--he served as president for the 2010 jury, which bestowed best feature honors on "Aftershock." This year, the APSA brought back a group of former jury presidents for the jury, with Puttnam
in top role.
is the Chair of Atticus Education, an online education company based in Ireland.
- chaired by Labour peer Lord Puttnam
- is expected to be a lively panel discussion event, and will also include early findings from a new study looking into at how TV has contributed to political debate in Liverpool.
was the first chancellor of the University of Sunderland.
, a long-term Unicef ambassador, claimed the initiative will change the face of sporting events such as the Olympics and World Cup.
The other point that David Puttnam
made was about our media and what it's doing to us as human beings.
, who became a peer in 1997, addresses some of the issues which have emerged from the Leveson inquiry.
Mr Lansley said that the "Puttnam
amendment" had not been watered down enough.