Arts & Culture

Londoner Django Pinter nominated for Best Writer at the BFI Future Film Festival with ‘Ghost Insurance’

We’re continuing our showcase of London talent nominated for BFI Future Film Festival this month.

Django Pinter is up for Best Writer with his film ‘Ghost Insurance’, a humorous look at a scam to sell, you guessed it, ghost insurance.

I got the chance to speak to Django ahead of the festival next week.

We’ll be showcasing another London nominee tomorrow so make sure to tune in as always.

Good luck to everyone who’s been nominated.

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 8th February 2024

TagArts & Culture, LocationSouthwark

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