A Film By Abigail has been selected for Summer Cinema at Surface Gallery in Nottingham. There's a preview night on Friday July 31st at 6pm - 9pm and then main screenings on Saturday at 1pm, 3pm and 5:30pm. No excuses if you're near as it's FREE ENTRY! Its been posted in the news section of the Arts Council site, citing the description with Abigail as a highlight:
And by complete coincidence the film will also screen for youth groups at Greenacres Community Centre in Oldham, organised by the Sahar International Short Film Festival, the same day as the July 31st preview. Not much comes along and then two in one day!
Apologies for being absent with my blog and Facebook page for so long - I went through a particularly lengthy job application process getting to the late stages with BBC Worldwide and have been finishing my showreel too. I'm looking forward to sharing it online imminently. Sadly, the Cologne (Germany) June screening fell through with the festival that had invited me (with a consolation of screening next year... ) but there's some fresh and definite screenings to announce occurring soon.
Starting the same time as Summer Cinema, the Surface Gallery also has a new contemporary painting exhibition called Painted Surface which runs from August 1st to 15th. As always, thanks for reading! Keep up-to-date with my work through my official Facebook and hit me up me @PaulEVernon on Twitter.
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.