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Bringing Paris Home an exhibition by Natalie Papak

The Dolls House front window, Saturday 6th November 2010

I always like to try and get to the exhibition openings of friends if I can manage it as there is always someone to talk to and I get to give them photos later.

I did not know this one was coming up, but luckily I found out just in time and rushed up from home thinking I would be late, but there was plenty of time.

There were some nice artworks on display and it was good to see Natalie and her friends again.

Exhibition runs 24 hours a day at the Dolls House 110 Miller St Preston. from 6th November 2010 until 1st January 2010.

Hello Darkness Film Festival 2010 Horror Forum

with Lee Gambin, Richard Watts, Dmetri Kakmi and Festival Director Rachael Cotra

After going home to do my shopping and having a rest for a couple of hours I went out again to see this forum with various speakers talking about the horror genre and what it meant to them. Lee had asked me to come see him speak along with a few other people and I was happy to take a few photos.

I enjoyed all the speakers and especially Lee and Richard Watts and am looking forward to their big presentation at the MQFF in March 2011. I did not go to see any movies at the Hello Darkness Film Festival unfortunately, maybe next year.

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