Film4 Innovation Forum Tomorrow

17 Nov, 2014
by Film4 Team

In Partnership with Creative Skillset.

Happy Monday! We look foward to seeing you at our Forum tomorrow. We hope you’ve all managed to take a look at our pre-forum package, but just to jog your memory, all the info is here.

As a pre-cursor to the day, we’d love you to take some time to check out two of our case studies so that we can explore them in more depth tomorrow.

FRANK: A Twitter Prequel
Jon Ronson in conversation with Hugh Garry



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