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1. Alex: A Passion For Life (2009)
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Alex Stobbs was an overnight phenomenon, shooting to international prominence following transmission of 2008’s critically acclaimed, award-winning documentary, A Boy Called Alex. It told his extraordinary ...
2. A Boy Called Alex: The Concert (2009)
(Filmography/Documentaries)
Following on from the Cutting Edge programme on the extraordinary talents of Alex Stobbs – Cambridge music scholar and cystic fibrosis sufferer – this film features highlights from the remarkable performance ...
On October 8 at 9pm Channel 4 broadcast Alex: A Passion For Life (watch online here), the sequel to the award-winning A Boy Called Alex, about the Eton musical scholar and cystic fibrosis sufferer Alex ...
Alex's book, A Passion for Living (The Amazing Story of a Boy Who Makes Every Day Matter) has been published today, 17 September, by Hodder. It follows his life as a first-year music student at King's ...
We are currently in production with The Continuing Adventures of A Boy Called Alex (working title). Following the success of the original film, A Boy Called Alex, Channel 4 have commissioned a sequel ...
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Working Title Films and Young@Heart

The latest script in the fictionalised version of Young@Heart has just been delivered. Written by Adam Brooks (Bridget Jones - the Edge of Reason), the movie is being developed by the UK's leading film company, Working Title Films, who hope to be in production later this year. Stephen Walker and Sally George are co-producers.

 

Critical acclaim for documentary

The Day I Got My Sight Back received considerable critical acclaim from the press, described by The Sunday Times as "mesmerising", the The Guardian as "incredible" and the Daily Telegraph as "astounding". For a fuller list of press reaction go to the programme page here or you can watch it on the iPlayer here.