This 15 min film shows Big Bang Lab's vision of leading projects as a social-cultural enterprise working internationally across film music and heritage and specializing in the creative use of archives, regeneration and community development.

This includes independent production of silent films with live original music to learning and outreach programmes in the UK and developing countries. This video provides an introduction to the work of Sergio López Figueroa, the founder, director and driving force behind Big Bang Lab.

Our consultancy comes from real experience. He specializes in the creative use of archives re-using archive media through creative collective participation to help organisations engage with the community.

By using their heritage as part of new CSR development programmes, he finds the connexion between people and assets to find new market opportunities adding potential commercial, cultural and social value.

His Cultural Leadership Award supported by the British Council and his Delhi City Symphony project was a life changing experience. He is committed in the development of a new form of CSR as Cultural Social Responsibility incorporating creative partnerships with other individuals and organizations interested in exploring the value of cultural diversity for social change.

Check out our blog here bigbanglab.culture360.org

This video is an attempt to put together four years of intensive work, passion and commitment. It is also the opportunity to reflect and share a new beginning, offering new exciting possibilities of exchanging interests with other socially driven individuals, entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, philanthropists, corporations, and cultural organizations worldwide.

It is not possible to tell all the stories behind this video, but the common story. This is about being inspired and inspiring others to change preconceptions and attitudes.

Everyone can make a difference!

For more information visit
bigbang-lab.com

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