A big night for my film-making network later this month.
The Feast On Film night at Moors Bar in Crouch End has been inviting guest hosts to curate an evening’s entertainment. On March 26th, the takeover will be by none otter than Leading Man Clive Ashenden, who’s putting together a hella good night.
Well, admittedly, I’m a little biased. He’s opening the show with Time Out, which is being shown on the big screen for the first time in its fully finished form. From there, he’s showing a 15 minute cut of Decks, Dance And Videotape (which Dom and I are still working on), followed by a Q&A with the both of us. We may be holding hands for that one.
Another documentary, based on the fast-paced world of allotments from Darius Laws and Nick Woolgar entitled Digging For Victory is followed by a new HD version of Simon Aitken’s intriguing stationary-based thriller Post-Its. I’m looking forward to this one a lot.
The night is finished up with a secret special screening of a film that I couldn’t possibly talk about. All I’ll say is that I was involved in it at both the production and post-production stages. It’s in the blog somewhere if you want a sniff about.
This is a great chance to meet some of the people that I yak about on the blog, and to see some great short films in a warm and friendly atmosphere. I love the Feast On Film nights, and I’m excited to be asked to contribute.
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