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Gone Fishing at the Cannes Film Festival

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Gone Fishing at the Cannes Film Festival
I am now back in the UK and I slept 16 hours last night and I am still tired What a Cannes 2008 was The final day when we had the screening and the after screening party was so much fun The screening was off the 35mm print in the Palais and it cost about Acirc pound 140 for the room for half an hour This was an advantage to screenings in the short film corner as it was presented in all it s visual and acoustic glory and not on a computer screen in a window One problem we had is that the screening was at 11 30 and the projectionist insisted at starting at 11 30 on the dot even though we had booked and paid for the full half hour And believe me there is not negotiating with these guys I did manage to squeeze two minutes out of him but even that was a struggle ScreeningThe after screening party was held at the Century Club on the beach and it was tough to get people in as so much is always going on But we got a good group and they watched the film on a big plasma Dennis Hopper was just next door and Ivan invited him in but his body guard took of Ivan just as he opening his mouth Dennis just smiled and chewed on his cigar I also got a very serious offer from an LA based producer who was very impressed with the short particularly the look and sound but also the strong commercial sensibilities of the story He liked that fact that it wasn t depressing or social realist in content or about a dripping tap So now I am thinking about a screening in LA very soon also in part to get the Oscar accreditation On reflection we learned a few things during this day that we will implement next time 1 If you screening starts at 11 30 tell everyone it starts at 11 15 giving enough time for people to be a bit late The Cannes projectionists will start screening on the minute They won t care about your problems 2 Have a hot girl handing out fliers We were approached at one point by a very attractive short skirted French film maker and almost EVERYONE took a ticket for her film and a fair few turned up to her screening Sorry if this sounds sexist and yes it is sexist but it also works 3 Have something free at your party ideally drinks and nibbles If people have to buy their own drinks they won t come Anyway I am back and exhausted If you watch the video I hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoyed being there Onward and upward Chris Jones Film Maker and Author www livingspirit com mail livingspirit com

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Praise and playtime for royals in Canberra

AUSTRALIA, Sydney : Britain's Prince William (R), his wife Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge (L), and their son Prince George disembark upon their arrival from New Zealand, at Sydney airport on April 16, 2014. William, his wife Kate and their son Prince George are on a three-week tour of New Zealand and Australia. AFP PHOTO / WILLIAM WEST

CANBERRA - Britain's Prince William and wife Catherine visited children at a playground and received warm praise from Australia's monarchist prime minister in the capital Canberra on Thursday, the penultimate day of their royal tour.

Tony Abbott, born in England and an ardent admirer of the Windsors, held a packed reception in parliament's Great Hall on what he said was the 50th British royal visit to the continent and would be "remembered as one of the very best."

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge leave Australia on Friday after a nearly three-week tour which began in New Zealand.

"With young children and with teenagers, sometimes in very difficult circumstances, with indigenous people, with Australians in all our diversity who have flocked to royal events, your dedication to all your future realms, Sir, and your grace and warmth, Ma'am, have been abundantly on display," Abbott told the couple.

"You have taken such obvious pleasure in this visit and that warmth has been amply reciprocated by the Australian people amongst whom you will always be most welcome.

"This visit has meant a lot to millions of Australians. Thank you for the joy you have given us," the prime minister said.

William in turn thanked Australians for their "warmth and generosity" during the tour, and joked about one of the soft toys received by his nine-month-old son Prince George.

"We go away with wonderful memories and George goes away with his cuddly wombat which he has taken to chewing so lovingly."

Before the grand reception, the couple planted an English oak at the National Arboretum close to the Pod Playground in the capital.

Prince George was not brought along but Kate enthusiastically joined the youngsters at play, stooping to enter one of the giant pods.

Children—among 50 winners out of a ballot of 12,500—lined up to hand over gifts and as one girl offered another soft toy, the duchess asked, "Is that for George?".

"His cot's going to be full of little teddy bears".

The royal couple will attend the Anzac Day ceremony at the Australian War Memorial on Friday before flying home. — Agence France-Presse





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