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Distant Thunder Pilot to screen in Cannes

DISTANT THUNDER will be represented by Hanway Films ( at Cannes - with an office at Residence du Gray d'Albion, 4 Rue des Serbes.
Screenings will be on Wednesday 12th and Saturday 15th.
Producer Victoria Stone, who will be attending says, "It is very exciting. There is a real buzz about the pilot. For so long the questions have been Why 3D? and why wildlife? - I believe the pilot answers both of these. It shows what it was possible to achieve, when shooting 3D in the field, under the toughest conditions of dust-storms and thunder-storms. Already we can see how the story will develop and that 3D is the perfect medium for telling that story."

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