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An Easy, Instant Christmas Present

Update: this offer is no longer running. But you can still buy the film here.

Here is an idea for a quick, easy, cheap but thoughtful Christmas present.
Gift a High Definition download of my film ‘Into The Empty Quarter’ to friends anywhere on Earth (Running time: 52 minutes).
And, as we are now past the ‘last posting’ date for presents, this is also an easy last-minute solution for anyone you might have forgotten to buy for!

Watch the trailer, read endorsements from people who’ve seen it, then just click the ‘Buy Now’ button below to send the film to your friend for only £5.99 [RRP £10].

Make sure to add your friend’s name and email address when asked for it in the payment process so that I can send the film to them.

I’m processing these manually so they won’t go through instantaneously. But it will be within 24 hours.

And, because it’s Christmas, if you buy this film for a friend then I’ll also send you the film too, for free.
Merry Christmas!

Update: this offer is no longer running. But you can still buy the film here.

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