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G-Technology hosts first ever European Creatathon

G-Technology's European Creatathon is a 12-hour creative event which aims to bring aspiring photographers, filmmakers and musicians together to creative high quality content that can be used to help raise money for charity.

Money raised at the London event will go to local charity the Film & Video Workshop (opens in new tab), which provided training and facilities for filmmakers and animators.

Professional tutors

Creative pros Rupert Murray (film director), Joris de Man (composer), Kipper (music producer) and Tim Flach (photographer) will be on hand at the event to provide tips, tricks and tutoring, with the aim being of producing high quality content from artwork to moving image and film.

The organisers will provide food, drinks, free Wi-Fi and all the technology - including G-Technology (opens in new tab) drives (natch) - so creatives can focus on producing amazing content. To take part, sign up at the Creatathon London website (opens in new tab).

The event will also help provie guidance and support to creatives who'd like to be considered for G-Technology's Driven Creativity Awards competition (opens in new tab) which is open for submissions now.

Time, venue and date details

The European Creathon takes place on Wednesday 18th July at The Future Gallery (opens in new tab), 5 Great Newport Street, London WC2H 7HY. Nearest tube is Leicester Square. Doors are open from 12pm to 12am.

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