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01 Aug

London Short Film Festival

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Those who visit London this weekend think would do well to attend the Festival of short films in London and relax after a morning spent enjoying the attractions of London. The seventh edition of the festival began on Friday January 8 with an opening party attended several well-known DJs. Attendees to the festival last Saturday enjoyed Club des Femmes, a platform that pays homage to the composers of music and includes short films by Carol Morley and Miranda Pennell. Club des Femmes took place at the Institute of contemporary arts cinema one. After an afternoon full of interesting events, the day came to an end with News Shorts 4: Midnight Movies.

This selection of short films by independent filmmakers included works that ranged from surrealism to hard and pure terror. Among the highlights of the Sunday News Shorts 7 were: How Long is Short? and Rich Pickings Presents: Lolita. On the other hand, those who plan to visit London and prefer a show of longer duration rather than a short film they could go to the Apollo Victoria Theatre, London to enjoy the musical Wicked, which last year grossed more than 30 million euros. The network of public transport that connects the tourist attractions of London still is in operation those who plan to visit London in the coming weeks could worry about the possibility of weather prevent them enjoying the various tourist attractions in London. However, the Mayor of London has ensured that the city transport network will remain in operation. Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, maintained that the city still possesses considerable amounts of salt and machines snow thrower are clearing the roadways so that both residents and visitors can navigate more comfortably.

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