Double Wonderful is a new film happening, guaranteed to show films that you won’t be able to see anywhere else.
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- DRIB d. Kristoffer Borgli, 2017
- 02 NOV 2021 // 19:30 // Venue MOT Unit 18 // London SE14
- Tickets: £9 // Booking now!
DRIB centres on the real life story of how director Kristoffer Borgli’s friend Amir, a stand-up comedian and performance artist, almost ended up as the international face of a well-known energy drink. What follows is a journey down the abyss of branded content.
Double Wonderful is a new film happening, guaranteed to show films that you won’t be able to see anywhere else. Others are playing it safe right now, we want to you to gamble with the types of films you might see – otherwise what’s the point?
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