"Dark Side of the Prism" is a Firefox Add-on that provides a soundtrack for our surveilled internet meanderings.
The project uses Pink Floyd's aural prism (Dark Side of the Moon) as a playlist to the NSA's tracking efforts, serving as an auditory reminder of how our online activities are surveilled.
‘Live For London’
A film by Tyrone Lebon
Supported by Nike 1948.
This film is a celebration of the London set against the backdrop of the approaching summer. This is a portrait of London; its characters, its buildings, its youth, its sports, its energy, its history, and its future. This is a BIG UP to London.
Shot over a 10 day period, the film is a personal snapshot of the four corners of the capital through the eyes of 15 inspiring young Londoners at a time of year when it captures the imagination of tennis fans all over the world.
Client Nike 1948
Director Tyrone Lebon
Creative Director Ronojoy Dam
Stylist Max Pearmain
Assistant Director Joseph Ridout
2nd Unit Director Mark Lebon
Steadycam Operator Rick Woolard
Original Music Lachlan Munro for DoBeDo
Additional Music "Far Nearer" by Jamie XX
2nd Unit Assistant Ollie Pearch
Skratchers Adowa Aboah and Frank Lebon
Colourist Alex Berry
Runner Libby Robok
Edit Tyrone Lebon and Joseph Ridout
Featuring Katie Boulter, Adwoa Aboah, Jet Letts, Daphne Greca, Gabriel Pluckrose, Raine Allen, Sidney Charity, Frank Lebon, Dan Freeman, Duffy, Izzy Mallett, Jack Day, Flynn Love, Naima Karlsson, Lucien Clarke.
Thanks Von @ Deluxe Soho, Alex Reid, Michelle Goulty @ LTA, Claire De Rouen books.
Shot over three years in the USA, India and Mexico, Garbage Warrior is a feature-length documentary film telling the epic story of maverick architect Michael Reynolds and his fight to introduce radically sustainable housing. An inspirational tale of triumph over bureaucracy, Garbage Warrior is above all an intimate portrait of an extraordinary individual and his dream of changing the world.
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