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Prime backs local Guildford film-maker

Guildford-based Prime Health is sponsoring local production company New Screen Elite to make a short feature film.


The film called &#39Panic&#39 is directed by Omid Nooshin and is based on a true story about a mother rescuing her kidnapped child.


Prime Health managing director Mike Hall says: &#34We are delighted to offer sponsorship to this talented young director and his Guildford-based company in this exciting new venture.&#34

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