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WATCH ONLINE: The Laughing King

Remember 2016? Pretty ugly, wasn’t it? But there was some good among the grim – like that time we caught up with award-winning film-maker Lindy Heymann.

Her brilliant and touching film The Laughing King – one she told us she felt “had to be made” – features Colin Morgan and was screened at the 2016 London Short Film Festival last year.

Missed it? No drama. It’s now available to watch online. All you have to do is visit The Laughing King website and pay 79p. Bargain film brilliance.

Find The Laughing King on Twitter @TheLaughingKing or check out www.thelaughingkingfilm.co.uk.

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