Paul O’Grady in Boo! A Ghost Story.
Tuesday the 28th of January saw the 5th Annual International Creative Arts Awards, held at the Steven J. Ross Theatre, on the Warner Bros. lot in Los Angeles.
The ceremony recognises outstanding achievements in the 3D Creative Arts and Technologies and has, over the last 5 years, conferred over 200 Lumiere Awards internationally, including celebrations in Hollywood, Tokyo, Beijing, Liége and Seoul.
And we are proud to say that Sprout Pictures was among those recognized for their work in 3D, winning the Lumiere statuette in the ’3DTV – Entertainment’ category.
Sitting alongside esteemed company, ‘Boo! A Ghost Story’ – part of Sky1′s Little Cracker series, written by Paul O’Grady and directed by Peter Cattaneo – emerged victorious.
We would like to thank all those involved in the production, and to express our pride at having worked on such a wonderfully innovative and exciting project.
Sprout Pictures are excited to be working with James Carol, the hugely talented author of the Broken Dolls crime novel which is on sale today.
Broken Dolls is the first in a series of crime novels which are to be released annually. The first instalment in the series sees Jefferson Winter, an ex-profiler for the FBI travel to London to assist on a particularly unusual and disturbing case. Unlike other criminal profilers Winter is more than usually qualified to track down psychopaths: being the son of one of America’s most renowned serial killers.
Winter has spent his life trying to distance himself from his father’s legacy. Once a rising star at the FBI, he is now a freelance consultant, jetsetting around the globe helping local law enforcement agencies with difficult cases. He’s not got Da Vinci’s IQ, but he’s pretty close.
When he accepts a particularly disturbing case in London, Winter arrives to find a city in the grip of a cold snap, with a psychopath on the loose who likes abducting and lobotomising young women. Winter must use all his preternatural brain power in order to work out who is behind the attacks, before another young woman becomes a victim. As Winter knows all too well, however, not everyone who’s broken can be fixed.
Get your copy of Broken Dolls here on Amazon. To receive information on James Carol and the Jefferson Winter newsletter you can visit the James Carol website here .