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Zero Film Festival London Saturday 23rd - Indie film

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The Zero FGilm festival celebrates low-budget and self funded film worldwide, with several international festivals.

I have films both opening and closing the shorts programme here tomorrow in Brick Lane, London, which is a great honor.

At 5pm my short film Ceramic (two films set to music, all shot using FS700 slow motion) is showing, then to close the night my short with Thom Haig, SoMe will be playing.

It'll be a great chance to meet film makers, see some awesome work and drink mescal

Hopefully see some of you there!

I am always dressed like I am on this Twitter background if you want to say hi:

JG x

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