Check out this great article in the Huffington Post. And we're in it!
I'm back from my trip to Cannes and it was a great success! Our Producer Colin is still there, so hopefully he'll be handing out Still Loved goody bags as I write this.
It's an intense festival - ram packed, full of hustle and bustle, with streets lined with celeb spotters, it's all a bit crazy, but very useful too.
We had some fantastic meetings with Producers, Distributors, Editors and incredibly useful organisations that will be able to come on board and help us soon or further down the line.
It was great to hear so much positive feedback about Still Loved, especially when people watched the teaser and saw how powerful the material is.
In between meetings we managed a few parties, some screenings and a good few glasses of wine. But didn't have time for a swim in the sea sadly, maybe next time!
I have to say, I'm quite glad to be home though, it's nice to get back to a bit of normality and a nice cup of tea!
We're very excited to be attending Cannes Film Festival this year. Both our Director, Debbie Howard and one of our Producers, Colin Pons, will be attending the festival to promote Still Loved. We leave this coming weekend, 17th May for 4 days.
Armed with our publicity and our fabulous goody bags containing the latest post cards, business cards, USB stick with our teaser and press kit, our bespoke Still Loved forget-me-not seeds and of course, a Yorkshire tea bag, to show where we're from.
We're hoping to have lots of useful meetings and which will help Still Loved get to completion. And we promise to try not to fall asleep on the beach after too much free wine at the parties!!
Read all about the festival here: http://www.festival-cannes.com/en.html
We'll post some pictures when we get back! Wish us luck!
We are taking part in a Webinar and it would be wonderful if you join us. It will be facilitated by Mel Scott and Jade Deverill.
This is the link if you would like to join or invite your friends.
This webinar will explore the benefits of using film to highlight difficult topics, such as stillbirth. David Ward from Abigail's Footsteps, Debbie Howard & Polly Perkins from Big Budda Films, will be sharing with you their experiences of using film to highlight these difficult topics.
There's a $6 (approx £3.50) donation for entry into the webinar. The entry fee will be shared between Abigails Footsteps (reg charity: 1149005) and the Kickstarter campaign for the film 'Still Loved' https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2076763036/still-loved
When: 22nd May @ 7:30pm.
Come join us!
Facilitated by Mel Scott & Jade Deverill.
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