Film Premiere: Money’s Too Tight To Mention

 In light of the United Kingdom welfare reform, many British residents will face upheaval in their homes and finances. Money’s Too Tight To Mention is a short film which investigates how the local community can economise and make their money stretch further.

Repeated on the Community Channel
Friday 31st May at 8pm

SKY CHANNEL 539
VIRGIN MEDIA 233
FREEVIEW 87
BT VISION

Money’s Too Tight To Mention will be available on BBC iPlayer.

Author Winsome Duncan teams up with director Joshua Horwood to examine how Londoners are surviving in the harsh terrain that is the recession. This short film has been inspired by Winsome’s pocket book of tips An Inner City Guide To Surviving The Credit Crunch, which received a 5 star rating from BBC London’s Eddie Nestor.

Winsome reflects on the plight of the local community, who have been forced to become more resourceful due to recent austerity measures. The message encourages people to think outside the perimeters of society boxes and not to become a victim of the credit crunch!

Money’s Too Tight To Mention is Winsome’s third film and seeks to present an honest portrayal of how ordinary people have been affected by the credit crunch in communities throughout the capital.

Read FREE Amazon Kindle preview of book An Inner City Guide To Surviving The Credit Crunch here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Inner-Guide-Surviving-Credit-Crunch/dp/0955489016/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1367575862&sr=8-1&keywords=winsome+duncan#reader_B005U6ZC48.

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This entry was published on May 3, 2013 at 3:26 pm and is filed under Advice, Credit crunch, Film, Inspirational writing, Interviews, Motivation, Poetry, Recession. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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