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  1. Hello

    Is it possible for me to purchase a copy of ‘Addict’ on a disc?

    I don’t need artwork or a case.

    Thanks for your help,


  2. Hello,

    I hope this finds you well, safe and healthy.

    My name is Lucile and I am contacting you from the multi award-winning production company Lightbox, about a landmark theatrical feature documentary on Diana, the Princess of Wales which will be released in cinemas in the summer of 2022 before it is launched on television and streaming services around the world. This is the first cinema release documentary ever to be made on this subject and it will take a unique formal approach in that it will be made exclusively from archive footage and photographs. There will be no original interviews and no commentary. The ambition of the film is simply to tell Diana’s story and the impact she made on Britain and the world through contemporaneous material, as if it were unfolding in the present.

    We are currently engaged in extensive research for the film – and I am reaching out to various film clubs up and down the country to try and find out if any members might have footage of Diana – possibly having attended the wedding celebrations in 1981 or the funeral in 1997. I wondered if there might be a possibility of doing a call out to your members?

    You may find it helpful to circulate this article:

    To give you a bit of background about the team behind this project. The film is produced by the double Academy Award winner Simon Chinn. Simon has a long track record of producing multi award-winning documentaries for the cinema: films such as oscar-winning Man on Wire and Searching for Sugar Man; and Lightbox has gone on to produce many more award-winning documentaries. The film is directed by Ed Perkins, also an Academy Award nominee for his film Black Sheep.

    Our intention is to make an insightful, intelligent and thoughtful film that will pay tribute to Diana’s life, as well as the world which shaped it and which she helped to shape. This is not an investigative piece. We have no explosive revelations to offer and we will approach this story, as we do with all the films we undertake, with the sensitivity, compassion and respect that it deserves.

    Thank you so much for taking the time to read this email and hope to hear from you soon.

    Best wishes,

    Lucile Smith
    Assistant Producer

    Ground Floor
    10 Amwell St
    London EC1R 1UQ
    Office: +44 (0) 7479302661

  3. Q&A Session with Alex Williams + Animation Competition

    Good Afternoon
    I am writing to inform you that we have organised a Q&A session with Alex Williams who is inviting us to watch his YouTube video and then he will run a Question-and-Answer session on Wednesday 17th February. This is a FREE event open to all and we have organised it in partnership with the IAC.
    Alex’s film credits include “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”, “The Lion King”, “The Iron Giant” and the last three “Harry Potter” films. Alex also writes and draws the “Queen’s Counsel” cartoon strip, a law satire published in The Times since 1993.
    The structure for the evening is for registered people to access the event via Zoom from 7.15pm onwards with Alex’s film being shown at 7.35pm and then the Q&A Session is scheduled to start at 8.00pm. The Zoom link will be e-mailed out 1 or 2 days before the event
    I have set up an Eventbrite listing and my colleague Paula has set up an event on Facebook and the link for this is which will ultimately lead you back to the Eventbrite listing to register

    Please do share these links as widely as possible whether it is on your websites and Facebook pages or your Twitter or Instagram accounts. I am attaching a graphic produced by my colleague Paula that you may wish to use. Please share as widely as possible and this event is open to all Film Club members but also to the public
    If you prefer to watch Alex’s video at your leisure, then please follow this link to YouTube but please do join us for the Q&A Session on Wednesday 17th February at 8.00pm

    Gloucester Filmmakers are also opening their Annual Animation Film Competition for the Richardson Trophy, to members of other film makers clubs and indeed to members of the public – so please do submit your entry by 10th March – full details are available on our website Entries should be submitted via WeTransfer or send a link to your film to webmaster@gloucesterfilmmakers.

    We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday 17th February
    Kind regards


    Gloucester Film Makers

  4. Hi there! I’m in search of your very first film, Alien 3. I was hoping it was archived somewhere. If not that’s fine, thank you for your time!

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