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Unspeakably Wonderful Blog

Hi there,


Welcome to the Unspeakably Wonderful blog.


Here we will keep you updated on all our exciting news and progress as our films moves towards principle photography.

By atweddle, Oct 3 2016 12:44PM

Here's an update on the development: we've been working hard on the script and have now commissioned Kate Leys, one of the UK's top story editors (look her up here www.kateleys.co.uk ) to review the script. She's going to climb all over it, give us hell, and help to see us through to the next stage. We are very excited to have this opportunity and are looking forward to the feedback. Once this stage is complete we can then begin approaching actors, agents an financiers.

By atweddle, Jul 24 2016 12:08PM

Dear Friends,

We have made it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We are funded.

What amazing and brilliant support we have received from everyone. We are so thankful to everyone for helping make what we all feel is a very important film. This is the start of an amazing journey and thank you all once again for supporting this exciting project.

Please keep sharing


Have a good weekend and thanks again

By atweddle, Jul 11 2016 08:10PM

Welcome Tim Fuell as an Executive Producer on UW

Tim’s specialties include social media, film and media campaigns, online content, blogging, SMEs. He is a journalist and former lawyer.

Tim is listed in the @cityam UK 100 Most Influential Entrepreneurs ‪#‎entrepreneur‬ ‪#‎business‬ ‪#‎startup‬


By atweddle, Jul 9 2016 12:14PM

Dear Friends,

We've now had 718 video viewings and are 80% funded, with 51 backers and we still have 16 days remaining. Amazing.

Have a great weekend all.

Many thanks.

Alex, Neil and Matthew

By atweddle, Jul 8 2016 12:12PM

Dear friends,

We have gone from 75 to 661 video viewings,75% funded, with 46 backers in just a few days, and still 17 days remaining.

It’s been an awesome few days.

Thanks to you all.

Alex, Neil, Matthew and the whole team.

By atweddle, Jun 24 2016 05:12PM

Listen to Neil Fleming talk about writing Unspeakably Wonderful on BBC Radio Suffolk.

He explains how he set about writing the script with his doctor friend Matthew Lockyer and talks about the interesting and complex characters in the script.


We hope you find it interesting

By atweddle, Jun 15 2016 04:38PM

The funds from this campaign will be used to provide insulin, syringes, and blood glucose monitoring supplies for people in Aleppo and other locations in Syria that have been cut off from aid.

You can help ensure these families get their life-saving insulin and diabetes supplies

Please support this important project

Fiind out more at:

Twitter @t1international

http://t1international.com/insulin-for-syrians/ …


By atweddle, May 27 2016 11:11AM

Meanwhile we’ve been amazed and humbled by the breadth of the response to the launch of our kick-starter appeal. We’ve had messages of support from around the world, and some extremely generous donations rolling in. Our huge thanks to everyone who has encouraged the project, and especially to those of you who have kindly offered to help spread the word. With your help, we will get this movie made.

One of the very first supporters of our Kickstarter campaign to raise funding for Unspeakably Wonderful has been the daughter of Sir Percival Hartley (1881 - 1957) CBE MC DSc FRS, who was head of the Medical Research Council Biological Standards Division. Sir Percival was a good friend of Charlie Best, one of the co-discovers of insulin, who never failed to come to see the family whenever he was in the UK. Indeed, his daughter visited Charlie in Toronto in the 1950s. She remembers him particularly as a very pleasant personality who would not be unfriendly to anyone.

We are extremely proud to have received such generous support from someone who actually knew Charlie Best, and we’re happy our movie script reflects the warm personality Sir Percival’s daughter remembers.

Our Charlie is the eternal optimist, hard-working and intensely honourable, able to keep up his good humour even in the face of desperately difficult lab conditions and the initially poor results that he and Fred Banting obtained.

script sample