What is it?
A screening of “California High”, a feature length documentary about marijuana growers in California. Check outhttp://www.whatsthe420.com
for a teaser. Poster screenshot is attached to this email.
Where and When?
BFI Southbank (closest tube station is Waterloo) at 9:15 AM (not PM) on June 25th.
This is a buyer’s screening so apart from the fact it doesn’t cost anything to attend and you get to watch a documentary about marijuana, there will be opportunities for people to network with key film buyers from around the world.
How do I get tickets?
with the names of people you would like tickets for. They will reply with full details on where and when to collect these tickets.
On Tuesday 25th February 2014 at 7.15pm, if you are involved in the making of films or aspire to, we are having a get together over a drink or two at the Actors Centre bar (1A Tower St, London). Non-Multiplex Cinema has been for over eight years, helping thousands of people collaborate with each other and to meet other key industry players.
This is a fabulous opportunity to find out how our film community can work for you, whatever your goals might be in the New Year and beyond.
See below for more details of the Non-Multiplex Cinema’s meet-up event.
It is just £5 to attend (proceeds after cost going to Prostate Cancer UK). To book a place now for this event, please go to the end of this post.
All the best,
Julian and the Non-Multiplex Cinema team
The networking events take place in a friendly, informal atmosphere with a wide spectrum of people across the film industry meeting up for a drink or two. Chat away to your hearts content. Opportunities a plenty, you never quite know who you will end up chatting to.
The Actors Centre bar stock a diverse range of drinks, including soft drinks and light snacks. All at a reasonable price.
Collect your name badges at the event. Exchange business cards. It’s not only what you know, but who you know in this film business.
Photos by www.sundeepsitara.co.uk of a Non-Multiplex Cinema event
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