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Tea For Two: The Zone Film Festival

Tea For Two is back at it again as it’s been selected for the next Zone Film Festival in Houston, Texas. Not only that, but the film won Best Ensemble! Written and directed by Mark Brennan, Tea for Two combines comedy, romance and a mystery twist. The film stars television gold, Amanda Barrie (Carry On Cleo, Bad Girls, Coronation Street) and […]

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Annie Waits: 30 Under 30 Film Festival

Annie Waits has been selected as one of 30 to screen at the 30 Under 30 Film Festival. The festival aims to discover emerging storytellers and give them the opportunity to present their fresh perspectives to audiences in New York City. They understand that it’s easy to be overshadowed by popular film festivals, that’s why […]

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Annie Waits: Winner of First Time Female Filmmaker Award

We’re thrilled and still in shock that Annie Waits was awarded as the winner of the First Time Female Filmmaker award at the 10th anniversary of Women and Hollywood. This year’s Trailblazers were director Gurinder Chadha (“Viceroy’s House,” “Bend it Like Beckham”), producers Alison Owen (“Harlots,” “Suffragette”) and Elizabeth Karlsen (“Carol,” “Made in Dagenham”), Robert Fox Ltd Theatre producer Zelda Perkins, BFI London […]

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Edith: Winner of Best Short Film at Norwich Film Festival

We can’t believe that Edith went and won the Best Short Film at Norwich Film Festival – we’re thrilled the film was so well received. The festival, now in it’s seventh year, was chosen by The Metro as one of “the top UK film festivals you need to know about” in 2016. Watch the trailer for […]

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Annie Waits: Two Short Nights Film Festival

We’re so excited that Annie Waits has been selected to screen at Two Short Nights Film Festival during their Love is Strange programme which takes place at Exeter Phoenix. The 16th Annual Two Short Nights celebrates and promotes short films and the people who make them. The festival is proud to nurture new and emerging […]

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Annie Waits, Edith & Queen’s Mile: KINOFILM Festival

We’re thrilled that three of our films will be heading up Manchester to screen at the Kinofilm™ Festival. Annie Waits will be screening as part of the Women In Film – Directors programme. Edith will screen during two programmes, British New Wave Three and Stars in Shorts. Queen’s Mile will be a part of the […]

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Annie Waits & Edith: Clifton Film Celebration

Both Annie Waits & Edith have been selected for the first annual Clifton Film Celebration! Edith has been nominated for a whopping five awards; Best Short Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Cinematography. Annie Waits has been nominated for Best Actress and Best Screenplay. Clifton Celebration of Film brings independent film to […]

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Edith: Norwich Film Festival

Christian Cooke’s Edith has been selected as part of this years BIFA qualifying Norwich Film Festival! The Norwich Film Festival was chosen by The Metro as one of “the top UK film festivals you need to know about” in 2016. They’re a UK short film festival which aims to deliver inspiring events that are both bold […]

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Annie Waits: Hollywood North Film Festival

Annie Waits is back off to Canada to screen at Hollywood North Film Festival. The HNFF is a community driven organisation focused on bringing quality films, workshops & networking events to the Bay of Quinte region. During the 1920’s, Trenton Ontario was Canada’s original “Hollywood North” with a bustling film studio and community. We’ve all waited […]

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Edith: West Texas Film Festival

Edith, starring Peter Mullan and Michelle Fairley is heading straight back to Texas to screen at the West Texas Film Festival! The purpose of the West Texas Film Festival is to attract diverse films from both directors and producers that would not normally be featured in West Texas as well as regional media makers. We seek short […]

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Annie Waits: Gold Coast International Film Festival

Finally, Annie is making her way to the Big Apple! The short will screen at the Gold Coast International Film Festival later this month in New York City. The festival launched in 2011 and became an immediate success here on the north shore of Long Island, where F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote The Great Gatsby and the […]

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Edith: Lone Star Film Festival

Edith will be screening at Lone Star Film Festival in Texas this month! Named one of MovieMaker Magazines “Top 50 Film Festival’s Worth The Entry Fee” in 2015, for three consecutive years, the Lone Star Film Festival is held each year in downtown Fort Worth’s Sundance Square, which serves as the cultural and social centre […]

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Annie Waits: Stanley’s Film Club

We’re thrilled and privileged that Annie Waits will be screening before Daphne at Stanley’s Film Club this month. Daphne (Emily Beecham) is a young woman negotiating the tricky business of modern life. Caught in the daily rush of her restaurant job and a nightlife kaleidoscope of new faces, she is witty, funny, the life of the […]

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Annie Waits: Colchester Film Festival

Annie Waits is heading to Essex to screen at the Colchester Film Festival! The short will screen as part of the Romance & Comedy programme… Sounds about right. Colchester Film Festival is an international film festival dedicated to discovering and showcasing the best feature and short films by film-making talent from all around the world. […]

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Annie Waits & Edith: Ohio Independent Film Festival ‘One Night Only’

Both Annie Waits and Edith will screen as part of Ohio Independent Film Festival ‘One Night Only’ this November! The OIFF was founded in 1993, originally called the Off-Hollywood Flick Fest, the event gained followers by offering audiences truly independent films they wouldn’t ordinarily see: films that have not been picked up for theatrical distribution. The […]

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National Mentoring Day: Eastside Educational Trust & BFI Film Academy

It’s #NationalMentoringDay and we’re proud to announce that Eastside Educational Trust have brought us on board to mentor this years’ BFI Film Academy. The trust will see 25 aspiring filmmakers aged between 16 – 19  get the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of filmmaking through a series of workshops and masterclasses, in which they will get the […]

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Edith: Edinburgh Short Film Festival

We’re thrilled to announce that Christian Cooke’s Edith will be screening at Edinburgh Short Film Festival later this month. Devoted to screening short film from Edinburgh, Scotland and around the world, The ESFF evolved from the Leith Short Film Festival in 2011 and has shown everything – from the first film made in Somalia in 20 […]

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Not The Devil: St Cloud Film Fest

We’re excited to announce that Not The Devil has been selected for this years St Cloud Film Fest over the pond in Minnesota. The St Cloud Film Festival promotes film and filmmakers by creating opportunities for education, production, and appreciation during an annual festival and through year-long outreach. From live action to animation, documentary to avant-garde […]

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Annie Waits: London Short Film Festival

Bloody hell! We’re thrilled to announce that Annie and co will be back in their home town to screen at the BAFTA qualifying, London Short Film Festival in January 2018! Now in its 16th year, the festival has been recognised as the premiere UK showcase for cutting-edge UK independent film, while now accepting international submissions. Renowned […]

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Tea For Two: OPPRIME.tv

You can now watch our award winning short, Tea For Two on OPPRIME.tv! OPPRIME.tv believe that there are stores that must be told. They believe that people with creativity, passion, and the ability to overcome adversity must use their gift of storytelling to change the world. They honor the Independent Filmmaker. They’re the home of […]

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Annie Waits & Not The Devil: Great Lakes International Film Festival

Earlier this month both Annie Waits and Not The Devil screened at Great Lakes International Film Festival and Not The Devil was nominated for Best LGBT Film. Considered among most popular film festivals in the world, it was a privilege to be a part of their 16th year! In case you missed it… Not the […]

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Edith: Washington West Film Festival

Watch out Washington, Edith is coming back to screen at the Washington West Film Festival. “Beyond the red carpets, Oscar-nominated films, and world-class independent filmmakers, the Washington West Film Festival is a movement of hope for under-resourced communities. Our audiences themselves become story-creators as we give 100% of all box office net proceeds to projects […]

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TweetFest

We’re chuffed to announce that this year we’ve been ask to join the judging panel for TweetFest. The festival started in 2015 as part of the UK Actors Tweetup which has been running since 2010. This is the UK branch of a cross-Atlantic network of Tweetups that happen in LA, NY, London, Ireland and Nottingham. […]

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Annie Waits & Edith: Tri-Cities International Film Festival

We’re so excited that both Annie Waits and Edith have been selected for the 9th annual Tri-Cities International Film Festival. Their motto is “To spotlight independent films with limited budgets using unlimited imagination!” It’s a privilege to reach more and more corners of the world with these two very different films. We’re thrilled they’re finding audiences. Discover […]

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Annie Waits: El Dorado Film Festival

Annie Waits is heading back over to the States – this time to Arkansas at the El Dorado Film Festival. The El Dorado Film Festival was founded as part of the South Arkansas Arts Centers’ 50th anniversary and they strive to bring the best in independent cinema to our local audiences, featuring a wide range […]

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Not The Devil: Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival

We’re thrilled to announce that for the second year running we’ll have a film in the Shropshire Rainbow Film Festival. Last year they screen Queen’s Mile and this year they’ll be screening Not The Devil. Find out more about the festival here. Not the Devil on IMDb

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Edith: Show Me Shorts Film Festival

We’re so excited to announce that Christian Cooke’s Edith has been selected for Show Me Shorts in Aotearoa, New Zealand. This is the leading international short film festival as well as an Academy Awards-accredited festival that screens in cinemas nationwide each Spring. Their mission is to create and cultivate the infrastructure required to achieve the widest possible appreciation […]

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Queen’s Mile: PERLEN – Queer Film Festival Hannover

Even we can’t believe that Queen’s Mile is still on the festival circuit! The heartwarming story of a young woman’s courage in coping with depression, in her own unique way has been selected for PERLEN – Queer Film Festival Hannover. Queen’s Mile on IMDb

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Edith: Buffalo International Film Festival

The Buffalo International Film Festival – now in its 11th year- is Western New York’s premiere celebration of the moving image and we’re very excited for Edith to be a part of it this year. One of the largest and longest-running film festivals in Western New York, BIFF champions local, national, and international films that test […]

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Annie Waits & Edith: Romford Film Festival

The Romford Film Festival is proud to announce its first world class Rommy Awards event celebrating British and International filmmaking for cinema and we’re very proud that both Annie Waits and Edith will be a part of their first year. Watch the trailers for both films on our YouTube channel here. Annie Waits on IMDb  […]

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Annie Waits: Underwire

We’re so excited to announce that Annie Waits has been selected for the BAFTA qualifying UnderWire Film Festival and is also nominated for Under 25 Award for Producing! Underwire is the UK’s only film festival celebrating female filmmaking talent across the crafts. It was founded in 2010 by Gabriella Apicella and Gemma Mitchell to address gender […]

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Annie Waits: First Friday Film Festival – Kansas City

If you’re in Kansas City this Friday then you’re in for a treat as Annie Waits is screening at the First Friday Film Festival! The festival does pretty much what is says on the tin and we’re thrilled that we’re able to reach another audience with our ‘Peter Pan’ of an adult, Annie. Watch the trailer […]

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Edith: Shorts On Tap – Dramathon

Very excited to announce that Edith will be screening as part of Shorts On Taps – Dramathon! Shorts On Tap is an award-winning London-based short film screening platform for both up&coming and established film-makers aimed at showcasing their work, exchanging ideas and receiving feedback. Shorts On Tap’s first full-on short film marathon is coming this October.  […]

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Annie Waits: Inside the Loop Film Festival

Annie Waits has been selected for the first annual Inside the Loop Film Festival in Ohio! Executive director, Lana Read said; “While a number of films have been shot and produced in the Sharonville and Cincinnati area, as well as elsewhere in Ohio, independent films and filmmakers have not received the respect and attention we […]

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Edith: Byron Bay International Film Festival

Magic Happens In The Dark at the Byron Bay International Film Festival over in Australia. Each year some of the world’s most exciting film talent join thousands of film lovers at BBFF and we’re thrilled that Christian Cooke’s Edith will be a part of it this year. Over 10 fantastic days in beautiful Byron Bay, […]

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Annie Waits: Tacoma Film Festival

Thrilled to announce that Annie Waits has been selected for the twelfth annual Tacoma Film Festival in Washington State, US. The festival is a celebration of independent film mirroring the diverse and eclectic sensibilities of western Washington’s second largest city. Including selections from the Pacific Northwest and all over the world, TFF prides itself on […]

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Edith: Goddess on the Throne

Edith has received its Russian premiere at the Goddess on the Throne Film Festival in Kosovo. Now in it’s fourteenth year it is the first film festival in Kosovo by Besim Ajeti and being held in Fushe Kosova Railway Station in Kosovo. Films are screened on the moving trains running from one city to another. Watch […]

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Annie Waits: Disappear Here Film Festival

Annie Waits is heading to Patrick’s home town, Donegal in Ireland this weekend! The Disappear Here Film Festival will take place in a series of unique locations in and around the picturesque village of Ballyliffin, Co Donegal. This is the Irish premiere for the short which explores the difficulty we’re faced with learning to ‘adult’ in the 21st […]

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Annie Waits: Rahway International Film Festival

Annie Waits is heading to New Jersey in The States to screen at the 5th annual Rahway International Film Festival (a Big Dreams and Silver Screens production). Their mission is to provide an opportunity for artists worldwide to showcase works that educate, and inspire empathy and awareness through film. They believe that film can reach the […]

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Queen’s Mile: OutWest Film Fest

Very happy to announce that Martin Delaney’s, Queen’s Mile has been selected for this years OutWest Film Fest – Northern Nevada’s LGBTQ Film Festival in Reno and South Lake Tahoe which takes place this month. We couldn’t be more proud about how far this film has travelled and thrilled at how many audiences it has resonated […]

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Annie Waits & Edith: Bolton International Film Festival

Both Annie Waits and Edith are heading up to the North of England this week to screen at the first annual Bolton International Film Festival. Actress, Maxine Peake is their festival patron and this is what she had to say about short films: “For me short films are essential whether it’s drama, comedy or documentary. […]

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Annie Waits: Exit 6 Film Festival

We’re very excited to announce that Annie Waits will be screening at this year’s Exit 6 Film Festival, a festival which is very close to our hearts. The festival is in its second year and takes place in Basingstoke where none other than Leonardo DiCaprio has been quoted saying ‘Someday I’m going to retire and […]

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Annie Waits: Hastings Film Fringe

Watch out Hastings, Annie Waits is coming to town and she’s bringing limes! The short film is being screened at the third annual Hastings Film Fringe takes place at The Palace, an independent cinema located on the Hastings seafront. This is the directorial debut for Marnie Paxton Harris’ extensive experience as a script supervisor makes her […]

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Annie Waits & Edith: Full Bloom Film Festival

Annie Waits & Edith have been selected for the third annual Full Bloom Film Festival which takes place this month. The festival is dedicated to bringing quality, diverse cinema to Statesville, NC, a multifaceted art-conscious city in North Carolina. Watch the Annie Waits trailer here. And the Edith trailer here. For more about the festival click […]

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Annie Waits: Charlton and Woolwich Film Festival

Annie is back in her home town again, as the film has been selected for this years Charlton and Woolwich Film Festival sponsored by Rockwell Property. Annie Waits tells the story of lust and disappointment, as a twenty-something waits for her adult life to begin. The vignette stars Andrew Simpson (Notes on a Scandal, Rebellion, Road Games), Sam […]

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Annie Waits, Edith & Not The Devil: Fayetteville Film Fest

It’s a triple whammy for Annie Waits, Edith and Not The Devil as all three films have been selected for this years Fayetteville Film Fest. The Fayetteville Film Fest is a cultural leader in their region, bringing world class film to their state, developing meaningful relationships with filmmakers, and nurturing the art of filmmaking by […]

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Annie Waits & Edith: Beacon Independent Film Festival

Our girls are reunited again! Annie Waits and Edith have both been selected for the 5th annual Beacon Independent Film Festival over in the States. The American audiences have been very welcoming of these two extremely different shorts and we’re grateful to reach such diverse crowds all over the US. View the Annie Waits and Edith […]

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Edith: Isle of Man Film Festival

Edith has been officially selected for this years Isle of Man Film Festival. Started and run by film makers, the Isle of Man Film Festival is an intimate-yet-rapidly-growing gathering that aims to encourage independent film making talent. A place that British film critic and festival patron, Mark Kermode, describes as “a destination for discovering films”. Find […]

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Annie Waits: San Diego International Film Festival

Holy cow! We’re so excited to announce that Annie Waits has been selected for this years San Diego International Film Festival. Now in it’s 16th year, our British romp will be one of 72 short films and one of 2 from the UK screening at the festival in the Shorts and Giggles strand. Check out the […]

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Edith: Dinard British Film Festival

We’re thrilled to announce that the BAFTA long-listed, Edith has been selected for this years Dinard British Film Festival. The Dinard British Film Festival was launched in 1989 to bring to France a variety of dynamic and original British productions for both professionals and cinephiles. Edith was the directorial debut for Christian Cooke and stars […]

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Annie Waits: Malta Film Festival

Annie Waits is getting all exotic and became a semi-finalist at the Malta Film Festival. We’ve all waited for ‘the one’. The one who catches our eye, the one who keeps our interest, the one who won’t expect us to trudge down that conventional path. Annie Waits tells the story of lust and disappointment, as […]

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Annie Waits: Live at Heart Film Festival

Annie Waits is heading over to Sweden for this long weekend as it’s been selected for the Live at Heart Film Festival. Celebrating independent together with the livemusic-section it is today Scandinavia’s biggest showcase festival for musicians, artists and filmmakers. Film has been a part of the festival for four years. This will be a […]

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Moneybox

Inspired by old school video games we created a stylistic, fun way to explain roundups and investment using the Moneybox app. The aim of the game? To save as much as possible using roundups on everyday objects. The 60 second concept has already amassed over 1 million views on social media. From your morning coffee to […]

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Annie Waits: Enginuity Awards

London-centric short, Annie Waits won Best Female Voice Over for April Kelley’s performance at the Enginuity Awards. Written by Chris Anastasi who crafted a script nearly entirely of voice over of the inner thoughts our the main character Annie. Watch the trailer here. Annie Waits IMDb

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Annie Waits: Sunrise 45 Film Festival

We’re thrilled that Annie Waits has been selected for the first annual Sunrise 45 Film Festival. Nestled in the small town of Alpena in Northeast Michigan (what they call the Sunrise Side of the state). Watch the trailer here. Annie Waits on IMDb

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Edith: Bay Film Festival

Christian Cooke’s debut, Edith has been selected for the Bay Film Festival. Now heading in to it’s thirteenth year, the Bay International Film Festival in Thunder Bay are supported by the Canada Council for the Arts, the Ontario Arts Council and Heritage Canada, and many more. BAFTA long-listed, Edith stars Peter Mullan and Michelle Fairley and […]

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Annie Waits: Model City Film Festival

Annie Waits has been selected for the first annual Model City Film Festival which is organised by State Theatre Company; the festival’s purpose is to facilitate, expose, and celebrate the works of independent filmmakers in all genres. MCFF hopes to engage Kingsport (and the Tri-Cities area) in America, with a weekend full of showings, coffee […]

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Annie Waits: Mzansi Women’s Film Festival

Annie Waits will be making it’s South African debut at the Mzansi Women’s Film Festival. The Johannesburg based festival, established in 2014 is held the first weekend in August, Women’s Month in South Africa. Films by women, about women. Sounds like a perfect fit for ol’ Annie. Find out more about the festival here. Watch the trailer […]

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Annie Waits: MY Film Festival

Annie Waits is heading over to Toronto, Canada to screen as part of the first ever MY Film Festival. Annie’s been making her way around the world screening at 20+ plus festivals so far but this is her first time in Canada. Watch the trailer here. Annie Waits on IMDb

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A Dog Called Moose: Latitude Festival

A Dog Called Moose premiered at Latitude Festival this weekend. From the imaginations of the female powerhouse duo Shay Kuehlmann and Kate Roxburgh of DogSky Films, the heart of this film is the magic that happens when you open yourself up, release the past and let something new in. A Dog Called Moose on IMDb

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