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Destination Wedding Film Competition…

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Skinny Boy Weddings Competition…

The lovely team at Skinny Boy Weddings has come up with a rather AMAZING competition… If you are getting married abroad, then this is for you! Here Kate from SBW tells about about the competition and how to enter…

There are 2 things that we love more than anything: filmmaking and travel, so along with Mr & Mrs Unique, we’re offering one lucky couple an awesome opportunity to win one of our films.  

Our competition is open to anyone getting married outside of the UK in 2015 ( & you don’t need to be a UK resident to enter). 

The winning couple will receive…

A 15 minute short form film with selected audio from the day provided on a USB stick to watch in HD.

A 2 minute trailer uploaded to Vimeo.com to share with friends and family.

We will cover all of our own travel expenses so your film will be totally free.

If you’ve found us on Mr and Mrs Unique then we already know that you’re a pretty cool couple, but we’d love to find out more…

How to Enter…

Step One…

Like Skinny Boy Weddings Facebook pages here  & Mr & Mrs Unique Page here  

Step Two…

Visit our website to enter the competition here 

We will also be offering 20% off our wedding films to all

Meet The Supplier… Skinny Boy Weddings

Skinny Boy Wedding Films…

For those who don’t know, (surely you’ve heard me go on at some point about how much I love these guys,) Skinny Boy Weddings produce high quality wedding films that truly capture the love, emotions and fun of your big day.

I have been lucky enough to work with them in the past and the team are easy to work with, creative and always strive to achieve the best outcome for their films… so much so, I used them for my own promo film… did you catch it? If not you can see it here

So here is a little introduction to their business from the guys behind the lens…

Tell us a bit about your business…

I (Steve) spent seven years working in the film industry as an Assistant Director, which I loved and I was lucky enough to work with some of the countries best filmmakers.  The one drawback was that my role was more logistical than creative, so I was spending most of my time on set, surrounded by these incredibly creative people, whilst I had my head stuck in a call sheet.

Having always wanted to make films myself, I wanted in on the action!  I began the research into setting up my own production company, so I could shoot and edit my own work.  I had

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