Winning second place at the Sussex 50th Anniversary flm competition, our project is a continuation of John Upton's 1967 mural, depicting the life of Sussex in the 60s. We documented the process of producing a new mural. It is a community project, collaborating with alumni and current students, creating an image of what Sussex has represented since. The original mural, 'Christ's Entry into Brighton' by John Upton, 1967, shows Christ flanked by 60s figures Jimi Hendrix, Cassius Clay, Christine Keeler and Harold Macmillian alongside Sussex staff and students. It hangs in Arts A155.
Director: Orban Wallace
Producer: Michael Van Battenburg
Camera: Michael Van Battenburg, Orban Wallace
Editor: Orban Wallace
An exploration of an artists philosophy of unconditional love, which motivates him to go all the way to the bottom of a skip to collect his materials. Choppa White believes in breathing new life into what has been abandoned, an optimistic spirit within the bleakness of the residing area.
On the wintry streets of Copenhagen, tension mounted. Thousands had amassed, with one global concern, our climate! Seen as the most important climate summit of all time, the race was on for a new climate deal to be made. Activists from around the world had mobilized to apply pressure on the world leaders, to make the right decisions!
An observational documentary following a group of activists as they travel from Britain to attend the week of demonstrations, and climate talks. This film sets out to show the alternative side, to what really went on outside the Bella Centre. From police brutality to musical shenanigans, this film opens your eye's to the highs and lows of a very memorable week, as an activist at Copenhagen.