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2001
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A Short Film About John Bolton (2003)
SKA Films, UK

A Short Film About John Bolton (2003)
 

[Note: In 2002, Neil Gaiman telephoned me to ask if I wanted to be an extra in a 27-minute short film he was scripting and directing for co-producer Matthew Vaughn (who went on to make his own directorial debut with Neil's Stardust). I said "Of course", and duly found myself at an art gallery location in Camden, London, along with such old friends as Judith Clute, Michel Parry and comics artist John Bolton (who is played in the film by an actor). It was a fun evening, and I can easily spot myself in the crowd scenes. Some time later, Neil invited Michael Marshall Smith and myself along to see the final cut, and I thought it was a clever little vampire movie. It premiered at Comic Con International in 2003 and was released on DVD the following year.
—Stephen Jones].

 • A SHORT FILM ABOUT JOHN BOLTON (UK, 2003)
Dir: Neil Gaiman. With: John O'Mahony, Marcus Brigstocke, Carolyn Backhouse, Jonathan Ross, Tree Petts, John Bolton. SKA Films/Docurama. Colour.
—Guest at Gallery Opening [uncredited]

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