Next Monday (13th July), in Notting Hill, there are two very exciting events for ‘Gone Fishing'. We are part of the Notting Hill Film Festival, run by top notch chap and general supporter of British Films, Andy Isaac. At 1.30pm at the Odeon in Notting Hill, I am running a 90 minute workshop about Gone Fishing and specifically festivals and the road to the Oscars. We will also be screening Gone Fishing on 35mm with full Dolby digital surround, so for once, if you can make it, you will get the full theatrical experience on lovely Kodak Premiere stock. It really does look and sound AWESOME! You can get tickets for that event here (the event is at the Kensington Odeon, screen 1).
In the evening there is the premiere of a documentary feature film called ‘The Day After Peace’ which Jude Law was deeply involved in, and apparently, he will be there too to introduce it (rumours are the Angelina Jolie may be there too)! It’s about one mans fight to get the international day of peace recognised and I am told it’s an extraordinary journey. We get to support that film and again, we will be running 35mm and I will be introducing and doing a short Q and A afterward. There is more info on that event here (again, the event is at the Kensington Odeon, screen 1).
So we hope that you get a chance to come out and support Gone Fishing and also, all the great films playing at the festival.
More general info about the festival is here.
So please, go tell your friends about these two event and let’s pack ‘em out!
Onwards and upwards!
Chris Jones, Film Maker and Author