Screening: For No Good Reason

January 7, 2013 / Signed/Unsigned

By Beak Street Bugle Events

Charlie Paul’s labour-of-love documentary about Ralph Steadman is so good we’re putting on a special screening.

We’re excited to announce that we will be holding the first ever Beak Street Bugle film screening this Wednesday.

Back in October we interviewed Itch Film director Charlie Paul about the feature-length documentary he’s been working on for 15 years. We were lucky enough to watch the film and loved it so much we wanted to make sure everyone in the advertising industry had a chance to see it.

For No Good Reason is an intimate encounter with Ralph Steadman – the legendary illustrator who served as Hunter S. Thompson’s partner in crime in founding the genre of gonzo journalism.

A compelling story told through the directorial skills of a man who honed much of his craft in tabletop commercials, this is as beautifully-crafted a documentary as you’re likely to see. It’s been a true labour of love for Charlie. And with contributions from Johnny Depp, Terry Gilliam and Richard E. Grant and other friends and admirers of the artist, it’s an insightful and fascinating experience.

Here are the vital details:

FILM: For No Good Reason, directed by Charlie Paul
DATE: Wed January 9th 2013
TIME: 6.00pm drinks for 6.30pm screening
LOCATION: MPC, 127 Wardour Street, W1

Places are limited so please RSVP to reserve your seat.

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  • Wow!! Extremely very good project and eagerly waiting for the cast and crew for the film. I read in best writing resources writing service about the project long back and felt very happy about the documentary. It is all the director’s choice because I saw his featured films, so I obviously have heavy expectation on the current documentary.

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