Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity hosted a fantastic day of racing and VIP hospitality at the quintessential country racecourse in the heart of Sussex on Friday, November 5, 2010 from 11:00 to 17:00 (GMT).

Situated between the picturesque towns of Chichester and Arundel, Fontwell Park is long renowned for its tremendous hospitality and competitive racing.

Just for starters - here are a first few impressions of Greg Williams' latest short film starring Tom Hardy and Nathaniel Parker, "Sergeant Slaughter - My Big Brother". I sincerely hope that this short will be available soon. Until that day comes - enjoy this teaser!


 

breaking_the_border_02There's good news for one of Nat's latest projects, The Domino Effect, directed by Oscar nominee Paula van der Oest. The films initial producer, Kasander Film, is the leading Dutch independent production house which together with production company F&ME announced that they have agreed on a pact that includes four films, including The Domino Effect. London-based production powerhouse Film and Music Entertainment (F&ME) is to co-produce four films over the coming 12 months, with further collaborations expected to be announced in the coming weeks. All included films will definitely benefit from F&ME's in-house relationship with London post-house Molinare. The first deal is said to be worth over $17,500,000 in production spend.

 

Like Nat has announced, he will be the host for this year's Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity Day event. You can join in for seven jump races and help raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital at Fontwell. The first race will start at 13:20 and the last race is be around 16:20 on November 5, 2010.

50% of all ticket sales for the racing course entry will go to the hospital's Tick Tock Club which is trying to raise £10m to build an urgently needed new children's kidney centre. Six of the seven races have kindly been sponsored by Ladbrokes who are officially supporting the day.

 

scene_ph_01The Perfect Host directed by Nick Tomnay will be screening again, this time in Williamstown, New Jersey, USA. For folks living near Williamstown, there a really thrilling treat coming up as appearances can be deceiving, just like consummate host Warwick Wilson (played by David Hyde Pierce, whose career began in Williamstown) has to learn. When an unexpected guest shows up, a civilized evening starts to careen through hoops. A diabolic psychological thriller about the desire for gratification in a world where reality shifts and nothing’s what it seems. The New England premiere will be on October 21, 2010 from 20:00 at the Images Cinema. Tickets can be obtained through the festival's website.

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