Category: UK

It’s finally here, Don Letts Record Box!

Third episode of the series commissioned by The John Peel Centre for Creative Arts features Don Letts – a legendary DJ and director. I’ve covered him earlier here: Filming with the legendary British DJ and punky reggae filmmaker Don Letts. Today, I want to make it quick. Just watch the video I’ve worked on as the…

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Chichester Cathedral

Legacy Video Production It’s hard to believe that the footage was shot back in October 2014! Sometimes we measure time by how many cups of coffee we can drink in the time it takes to complete a project. So we drunk a lot of cups by this one! The whole process took about 6 months but it’s…

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The Man Behind The Man

All new Jo Lopez, Bruce Springsteen’s Tour Photographer videos are live and ready for you to view and share! Here is a treasure for all rock photography fans. Well, as you may know from our previous post – we and Eye for Business worked together on several short films for Off Beat Live, a company…

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The new opening theme of Polish evening news TV program ‘Wiadomości’ is openly discussed in the Internet in the New Year

Polish National TV TVP1 vs British TV Channel ITV. Inspiration or downright plagiarism? Scandal, disgrace, plagiarism – these insults are aimed at the ‘revolutionized’ opening theme of ‘Wiadomości’ by TVP1. TVP1 also revolutionizes the meaning of the word ‘inspiration’. Or maybe this is some kind of a revolution? Revelation for sure. ‘But what are you…

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Record Box I: Joe Boyd

One of the most interesting film projects I’ve been a part of (camera, editing, colour grading) in recent months. The piece concerns an important person in the British music scene – John Peel – a DJ, producer, journalist, who’s discovered/promoted many bands known today (Pink Floyd,  David Bowie, Kraftwerk, Pulp, the Cure, Joy Division or…

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Sheffield Doc/Fest 2014 – the largest in the UK and one of the world’s most important, the international documentary and digital media festival in Sheffield is wild and energetic. QUO VADIS documentary industry?

Since its first edition in 1994, this relatively small event has grown into a six-day festival, often frantic, but still well-organized with over 3,500 Industry Delegates from 60 countries, 300 Decision Makers, 130 films and 21 world premieres. Between 7th and 12th of June 2014 Sheffield was painted pink and yellow with the branding of…

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One Day in London – part II

National Gallery, Nelson’s Column, the Palace of Westminster, Big Ben, London Eye, Tate Modern, Carnaby Street So you have got a few hours in London, right? What can you do? Go shopping to Harrods and drink some coffee in Soho? You can do this. Still, if you haven’t been to London before, and you actually…

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Time-Lapse Video Production

About our obsession with travel, video and time lapse You already know we are obsessed with video production, especially with travel videos. If we could we’d like to travel all the time – just finding the most beautiful places around the world and showing them to the people. Check out our Lazy Holidays which went…

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What can you do in Norfolk???

One-day trip: Blickling Estate, Aylsham There’s a lot to see in Norfolk! Those who live in the area can always go on short one-day trips, but we’d advise others to stay longer. When we have a free moment, which is unfortunately rare, we get in the car and speed up the Norwich Road to the…

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8 hours in Cambridge

a.k.a what’s the right thing to do there? Last summer we went to Cambrigde, the most famous university town in the UK. If you’re expecting travel tips we’re sorry to disappoint you. We didn’t visit Trinity College or Wren Library, we weren’t at St. John’s College and we didn’t take a selfie on the Bridge…

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