Help the Barbican curate their What London Watches film season

The Barbican is currently on the hunt for public submissions for their new season "What London Watches", which gives audiences the chance to participate in curation by submitting the films that shook their world. 

The actual festival with the final choices taken from all submissions will run 6–13 April 2017. 

Get involved @BarbicanCentre’s #WhatLondonWatches film season.

Visit the Barbican website for more information and to suggest a film here

All entries are submitted into a prize draw to win a meal at Bonfire up to the value of £150 and cinema tickets for four people to a film of your choice (subject to timing and availability). Plus, there’s a chance to win an extra special prize if your choice makes the shortlist...to be revealed. 

Submit your short film about your choices by Sunday 30 October: http://www.barbican.org.uk/whatlondon... 

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