Actor, novelist, director and writer
extraordinaire Julian Fellowes has loved the cinema since childhood. “We were brought up to go to films all the time—to discuss them as children,” he said during a recent Rosewood Conversation at Rosewood London. During the talk, hosted by journalist Clemency Burton-Hill, Fellowes reflected on his career highlights, including Gosford Park
(for which he won an Academy Award) and, of course, Downton Abbey
, the worldwide hit television drama. What was behind the sensation? Downton Abbey
“had a decency about it that was quite appealing in a very unstable period,” mused Fellowes. Watch more from “one of the greatest entertainers of our time,” above.
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