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Martin Gooch is a British filmmaker, who directed and shot many comedy shorts and has since finished shooting his first feature film Death which premiered at Sci-Fi-London 2012 in the UK and is a 2012 finalist for Hollywood's Feel Good Film Festival in the US. He was born on 6 September 1972.
His last few short films include Don't Even Think It! (written by Jasper Fforde and starring Pippa Hinchley, Miranda Hart and Edward Rawle Hicks) and The Gravity of Belief (starring Alexandria Beck and Paul Ready), which was nominated for best film at the 5th London Short film Festival, Rushes Soho Shorts Film Festival, and also the Fortean Film festival.
His feature film Death (2012), which won Best Director, features Linal Haft, Emily Booth, Leslie Philips, Nick Moran, Sarah Jayne Dunn, Ben Shockley and Brooke Burfitt and features music from Roger Taylor of Queen and Paul Humphries of OMD.
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