The latest short film about street artist My Dog Sighs, written and produced by My Dog Sighs and Strong Island Media.
'Lost and Found on the Circle Line' sees My Dog Sighs visiting London on a Free Art Friday drop along Southbank and across the Thames down in to the Tube network where he places Canman cans on different tube trains going in different directions on the Circle Line of the London Underground.
The short film was produced to promote the My Dog Sighs solo exhibition 'Walk By, Ignore Me, Forget You Ever Saw Me' at London Westbank Gallery, 133-137 Westbourne Grove, London, W11 2RS. The exhibition runs from Thursday 21st March to Sunday 31st March 2013.
Find out more about the exhibition at:
To find out how My Dog Sighs makes his famous Canman cans view our previous short film made with My Dog Sighs 'A Can is Born' which has been shortlisted for awards and viewed over 30,000 from countries all over the world: vimeo.com/strongislandmedia/mydogsighs
'Lost and Found on the Circle Line'
Written by My Dog Sighs and Paul Gonella.
Filmed by Paul Gonella and Jack Daly.
Production assisted by Louise Duane-White.
Boy played by Jack Daly.
Girl played by Louise Duane-White.
Edited by Paul Gonella.
Produced by My Dog Sighs and Strong Island Media.
'My Dear' by Steve Bailey ft. Jess Higgins
(Music used with the kind permission of the artist).
Find out more about Strong Island Media at:
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