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DRYING FOR FREEDOM HANGING OUT FESTIVAL

To celebrate National Hanging Out Day in America we have launched the Hanging Out Festival, a series of screenings of our award winning environmental movie.

Bringing thousands of enthusiast together, the festival aims to raise awareness of natural clothes line drying by spreading the word through screening events around the world.

The festival team have been very fortunate to have a festival poster created by graphic designer and artist Rob Fuller. The poster features an adaptation of the classic artwork from the documentary where an electric drier crushes a clothesline. Rob created the original poster for the movie to illustrate how the drier is literally destroying this free environmental way to dry clothes. Rob also designed the Hanging Out Festival logo linking the festival title with a clothes line.

Give the new Drying For Freedom Hanging Out Festival poster an airing and check out how you can get involved at www.hangingoutfestival.com

 

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HANG OUT WITH OUR NEW POSTER

DRYING FOR FREEDOM HANGS OUT A NEW POSTER

To mark the worldwide distribution of the award winning documentary DRYING FOR FREEDOM we have released a new poster. Continue reading →

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Our crew traveled through all sorts of weather!

As the Drying For Freedom film crew traveled across America, our sound-man captured some amazing footage of the seasons tropical storms.  John Bowen edited these into an amazing short film exploring their adventure.

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The United States of Drying For Freedom

An exploration of the 22 states visited by the Drying For Freedom team during their time in the U.S. Continue reading →

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About the new Trailer

So this is the new Trailer. It has been almost a year since we released our original one. Over that time the film has changed in all sorts of ways. Continue reading →

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John Bowen’s (DFF sound man) edit of the crews down time in Philadelphia.

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