Kai-El, or Superman as we know him here on Earth, arrived from the planet Kypton, according to his origin story. He plummeted towards the Earth at great speed as his birthplace crumbled in his wake. A few years after his arrival on Earth he became a hero, a protector of our magnificent planet. He soon [...]
Wanting to create a film about a place he’d never been to, Richard Broomhall collaborated with painter Anthony Garratt in his Bristol studio to record his process of painting the Burnham on Sea lighthouse in Never Seen Burnham. “The work consists of his three responses to the location: painting his subjective vision, his interview responses [...]
Ken Quemuel traveled 600 miles across the US and saw…some pretty dope shit. Here’s hoping ‘Merica becomes the template for all tourst promos.
A woman re-lives the young love that slipped away through a menagerie of origami animals in Kendy Ty’s Folded.
If like me you miss the informative days when Hungry Beast parsed the news, motion designer Duncan Elms lets us make like it’s 2011 by teaming up with Marc Fennell for an explanation of the digital currency that is Bitcoin.
Beginning life as an observational piece about the phenomenon of fashion bloggers and street style stars, Dasha Zhukova and Andinh Ha’s documentary Take My Picture for Garage Magazine, instead reveals the uncomfortable tension which exists between fashion veterans and the bloggers and peacocking stars which have become a constant presence at fashion events worldwide.
Scottish filmmaker Sam Firth finds a creative use for old passport photos in I.D., a short exploring teenage identity.
In a tribute to Women’s History Month, Emily Bloom reveals the hard work that goes into true innovation as seen in the stories of some of history’s key female innovators.
Not one to select projects due to their ease of execution, director Joseph Ernst hit the streets of London with a 100 year old hand cranked 35mm camera for documentary Londoners and even considered drilling a hole in his jaw to get the shot in experimental film Feeder. Joseph joins us to discuss finding projects [...]
Feeder (2009) A short film that will make you feel sick. Londoners (2012) Shot entirely on a 100 year old wooden hand-cranked 35mm camera, LONDONERS documents modern day London as you have never seen before. It shows the city as a community: a snapshot of contemporary history about what it is like to live in [...]