Friday, 22 March 2013

SchoolRun Strut - Twickenham Film Festival Award Nomination

Bill Mudge and I were bowled over this week with the news that our short film SchoolRun Strut has been nominated for an award at this year's Twickenham Film Festival.

Its great to be coming home after screening SchoolRun Strut in venues further afield. As you know I'm a Twickenham resident and this is a gentle film about my walk to school with my daughters. Every day is different when you walk to school, a strange shadow, the marks left in the road after roadworks, a view over a railway bridge. Of course it helps if the sun is shining!

Not everything is perfect and I hope the film represents that sometimes I'm absolutely knackered hauling my 40 year old bones along South London pavements.

If you would like to join us at the Award Ceremony and Screening evening the tickets are free and you can get them at HERE
Friday 26th April 2013, 7-9.30pm

Be warned that our film is seriously short, only 90 seconds long, so blink and you'll miss it.


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