Artists Forum New York World Premiere Tonight for Lost In The Nameless City and iTunes Score Release
It's finally here; the world premiere screening of Lost In The Nameless City is TONIGHT at The Artists Forum Festival of The Moving Image in Manhattan, New York City. It will take place at The Cell Theatre in the Chelsea District with all synopses and schedules for the 31 films available now online.
In addition to the premiere screening, by complete coincidence (or perhaps miraculous collaboration!) Lost In The Nameless City's composer David C. Hëvvitt has released the film's score on iTunes also today and it's available here to download.
The Artists Forum is an expansive and progressive entity, which has been established in New York now for a solid 19 years, also has a television show: Artists Forum TV on MNN (Manhattan Neighbourhood Network) which brings together industry expert and artists of various disciplines and mediums:
In the lead up to the New York festival the lovely people at Midlands Movies did a very generous write-up about me in their "Spotlight" section a few days ago. Thank you to them for that!
Well... I sincerely wish I was in New York City tonight (!) for the opening session of films in which Lost In The Nameless City is a part of. However, simply being involved in the event from afar looking across the pond is brilliant and humbling. Though damn I'd like to be there! I am really happy and proud that my film has made it into this official selection, arguably my biggest film achievement and there will be more announcements in the next weeks and months regarding the film.
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Award winning and internationally selected director of dance, fiction, experimental and documentary films with screening highlights of London Short Film Festival at the ICA, LACMA, Zealous X exhibition (Oxo Tower Wharf) and San Diego Comic-Con. His work has broadcast on BBC One and ikono TV.