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European Premiere announcement!

We're thrilled to at last be able to tell you that our UK friends have some upcoming chances to see our new film THE CLOSER WE GET at long last!

We've been selected to screen at the wonderful Edinburgh International Documentary Film Festival and here are the dates you need:

Thursday 18 June 18:10
Cineworld 12
Fountain Park,
130/3 Dundee Street, Edinburgh EH11 1AF
&
Saturday 20 June 13:30
Filmhouse 3
88 Lothian Road, Edinburgh EH3 9BZ
Edinburgh International Film Festival Tickets / Bookings:
EIFF Box Office
88 Lothian Road
Edinburgh EH3 9BZ
info@edfilmfest.org.uk
Tel. +44(0)131 623 8030

LONDON PREMIERE @ OPEN CITY DOCUMENTARY FILM FESTIVAL - JUNE 21
Hot on those Edinburgh heels is this Closing Gala night screening at this state-of-the-art central London cinema!
Sunday 21 June - 18:00
Regent Street Cinema
309 Regent Street, London W1B 2UW
Tel. +44(0)20 7911 5050
Open City Documentary Festival Tickets / Bookings:
Open City Box Office, Festival Hub
Robert’s Building, UCL, Torrington Place, London WC1E 7JE
+44(0)20 7679 4907
info@opencitylondon.com

We'll be at all of the above screenings - can't wait to see you there!

School gym disco anyone?

Wanted Film Festival Friends ...

Well we're finally here at the Edinburgh Film Festival and loving every minute of it ... and we did manage to find a party - which of course wasn't as wild and exciting as I'd dreamed! As it was the launch of a film we'd actually failed to see, that may have taken the edge off it. The fact that the DJ (Pam Hogg for any fellow ex-ECA graduates) only played music from 1979 must have had some thematic link but there is a limit to how many times you can dance to Blondie ... didn't stop some people though! I did see 'Archie' from Monarch of the Glenn though - one of my top-favorite shite TV escapes, so can't really complain.

Film wise it's pretty intense - started yesterday with new UK Dogma GYPO at 9.00 am (we're committed + it was great) and rounded off with the truely creepy Danish 'Morke' which was fantastic and had me (at least) on the edge of my seat.

Our own screening was pretty full and the next is sold out ... now we just have to meet some people ...