BRAVEHEART was the best movie of 1995, winning 5 Oscars and
re-establishing the historical epic as a film genre, paving the way for
the successes of Gladiator and Lord of the Rings that
BRAVEHEART reached a global audience with its powerful re-telling of the
almost forgotten story of William Wallace and his struggle to defend
Described as the 'the most politically
influential movie of the 20th century', it also had a part to play
in the political change that swept Scotland, mobilising public opinion
to aid the return of a Scottish Parliament after a gap of 300 years.
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BRAVEHEART - From Hollywood to Holyrood
- The Movie that Made History - is the definitive book about this movie phenomenon, discussing the life and
legacy of William Wallace through the modern image of the hero as
presented in the film. Written with the co-operation of Randall Wallace,
author of the screenplay and novelisation of Braveheart, this is the
perfect handbook and gift for Braveheart fans around the world.
Lin Anderson's BRAVEHEART book is on sale as
an eBook at the UK Kindle Store,
and at the USA Kindle Store.
Better the pen than the sword
RANDALL WALLACE, scriptwriter of Braveheart, when
asked how it felt to be partly responsible for the freedom of a nation,
following the successful Devolution Referendum of 1997.
I am proud to be a Scot
and proud to have been part of Braveheart.
The late IAN BANNEN, writing to the 1997 Braveheart Convention.
Lin Anderson speaking at the
commemoration of the 700th
anniversary of the capture of
Sir William Wallace at
Robroyston, near Glasgow
Fiona Watson, Ted Cowan,
Lin Anderson, and the
late Magnus Magnusson - 'Wallace - The Man and The Myth' event at the
2005 Edinburgh International Book Festival
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Lin Anderson signing a
copy of her BRAVEHEART book for Mhairi Calvey
(YOUNG MURRON in BRAVEHEART)