When you tell a remarkable story, the world opens up.
We believe, there are a set of approaches that will give you an opportunity to make every story you tell truly special. It doesn't come from a fancy new camera. It's within all of us, and it comes from the unique way we each see the world. When we really understand the structure of story, and some core techniques on how to build one out and bring it to life, every story we tell has a real chance of being remarkable.
Café Indiependent is based at 169-173 High Street, Scunthorpe and is open 10am - 10pm, Monday to Saturday. Funded by the Big Lottery, Café INDIEpendent is a coffee and music house. So, they sell good coffee, lovely cakes and deli quality sandwiches on speciality breads during the day. There is an interactive arts area for children, and they open until late.
Evening time is about the atmosphere and creating a place to enjoy time. The music gets turned up, the food is local goodness to share and it’s a place to ease yourself into. The bare brick walls are an exhibition space, there is art, live music, things to see and do. They love to host evenings where you bring a bottle. They want this to be something different, the kind of thing you see in the bigger cities.
The pubs and clubs have got their place but there’s nowhere they feel draws people in for any reason other than because it’s there. So they thought they would build one, and that they could do something good for others while they do it. Because that’s the other side of it. Café Indiependent isn’t about profit. They are helping young people gain skills, experience and training.
And there's more...upstairs... a Social Enterprise Incubator Unit and training space where young people, projects, enterprises and events are developed. An ideas workshop.
Pop in for a coffee or a bite to eat, the team at Café Indiependent love to welcome customers into the wonderful space they have created.
In the first release of This Place, we explore the Oregon Coast through a short film and series of interactive vignettes. We take to the road to get to the heart of the questions, “What makes the Oregon coast unique?” And “Why do so many people consider it not just special, but sacred?”
From its local inhabitants to its visitors, the Oregon Coast means different things to different people. This Place is a portrait of the coast as seen through the eyes of a few who cherish it.
Directed by Salomon Ligthelm and Dan DiFelice, 'ANOMALY' is the story of broken relationships, and an astronomical event intertwining the various narrative threads.
Filmed in NYC, Maine, Kansas, and Colorado, 'ANOMALY' is a short film set in the 1960's, featuring Christian Cooke, Lexi Johnson, Andrew Sensenig, and Anthony Lopez. The film is currently in post production with an incredible team ------ and due for release in December 2014.
I had the privilege of making a short film with the very talented Nathan Yoder. Working with Nathan has been incredibly inspiring and seeing his work ethic up close motivates me to be a better artist. Whether he's creating hand drawn lettering and illustrations for his day job at Sevenly or working on one of his many side projects, he's got such a genuine love for his craft. Always creating and always enjoying the process.
Directed by: Brandon Wall and Mark Anderson
Art / Written by: Nathan Yoder
Music: Andrew Bird "Lit From Underneath"