London Short Film Festival Lineup announced
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Ben Rivers, I Know Where I'm Going

Ben Rivers, I Know Where I'm Going

Dates: 8-17 January 2010 | Location: London

The programme for the 7th London Short Film Festival has been revealed. It’s a packed lineup; screenings, events and workshops will be taking place at venues across the city, and works by some of APEngine’s favourite contemporary filmmakers – including Max Hattler, Tal Rosner, Kayla Parker and Stuart Moore, Sarah Cox, Laurie Hill and Ben Rivers – will be showing.  Eventswise, on 9 January Club des Femmes will be looking looking back at women making music on film with A Star is Born, while 12 January sees respected UK animation studio Nexus Productions offering a retrospective look at their work and discussing the current shape of the industry. Elsewhere there’s comedy, documentary and live music on the bill – something, in fact, for everyone. Tickets are available now.


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