A station, a stop or two away from London sits a shop that is only open once or twice a year – its specialty are books but it also sells things.
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Books +Things, London, United Kingdom
Current city: London
Jessica Sarah Rinland is a filmmaker based south of London. She also works part-time as a projectionist in the city. Her work has been broadcasted, exhibited and screened at various film festivals including NYFF, BFI London Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011 and a collaborative screening with Jonas Mekas at Curzon Soho Cinema in London.
 

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Dover Street is the true creative hub of Mayfair and a breath of fresh air driving straight through an area often perceived as stuffy. Landmarks such as the wonderful Dover Street Market (don't forget to sample the fresh carrot cake at Rose Bakery on its 4th floor) on very effectively pull creative people towards the area which equates to plenty of street style to appreciate. Our Crane.tv offices are also located on Dover Street, naturally adding to the street’s charm!
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