Exciting news… there’s a very rare chance to grill Matthew Holness about his work at the BFI later this week.
The man formerly best known as Garth Marenghi will be attending a Q&A session alongside fellow film-maker Ally Gipps as part of Warp Films birthday celebrations.
Holness’ short film A Gun For George will be shown at the event alongside other notable shorts made by the company.
These include Julian Barratt‘s Curtains, Chris Morris‘ My Wrongs 8245-8249, Paddy Considine’s Dog Altogether (featuring Olivia Colman), Paul Fraser’s Arctic Monkeys inspired Scummy Man and Lynn Ramsey’s recent short Swimmer.
Tickets for the event on Friday, April 5th are priced between £8.50 and £11, and are available now via the BFI Website.
If you can’t make it, and haven’t yet seen A Gun For George, you can now view it on the Film4 website over yonder. Meanwhile, both Curtains and My Wrongs 8245-8249 are available on dvd via The Velvet Onion Amazon UK Store.