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CobraVision Joins Forces With Shooting People

CobraVision has announced an exciting new partnership with the leading UK and US indie film community, Shooting People.
Championed by patrons such as Mike Figgis, Danny Boyle and Nick Park, Shooting People is a growing online network for independent film-makers to exchange information and ideas to radically enhance the collaborative creative process. A catalyst for change, growth and innovation, Shooting People helps members get their films made and find the audiences they deserve.
"Shooting People is a necessity for anyone who works, lives and breathes independent film", said Morgan Spurlock, Director of 'Supersize Me'.
Cobra Beer, the leading force behind CobraVision and one of Film London’s Business Partners, are in complete agreement with Mr Spurlock. So much so, that to celebrate this new partnership Shooting People are offering a free year’s full membership to one lucky CobraVision entrant who enters the competition during December.
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