In a culture immersed in technology, Instagram is reviving adventure, face to face community and real relationships. How can something so digital get people out from behind their devices and into the analog world?
In association with technopaul productions
Directed by Paul Tellefsen
Featuring Kyle Steed, Brenton Little, & Allison Anderson
Cinematography by Paul Tellefsen
Original Score written and performed by Tyler Linahan
Intro Score written and performed by Chase Burnett
Created with the help of the Instagram community.
Myanmar Emerges is a year-long GlobalPost investigation into challenges facing Myanmar's nascent democracy. Part Two of the series, Oppression Economics, highlights economic challenges in Myanmar's grand experiment with liberalization.
Breadwinners follows the lives of working children in Myanmar. Experts say over one third of Burmese children work, ranking the country amongst the worst in the world for child labor. In Myanmar, child labor is not a minor social blight. Instead, it is a pillar of the economy. And and at this unique moment in the nation’s history, that economy is set to explode.
When we set out to make this short, our intention simply was to observe the phenomenon of fashion bloggers and street style stars. As we started to review the footage, two salient trends became apparent: fashion editors frustrated by the ensuing commotion outside of shows, and the rise of "peacocking" street style stars as a result of the proliferation of blogs. This film examines these themes from both perspectives.
Hello World! Processing is a documentary on creative coding that explores the role that ideas such as process, experimentation and algorithm play in this creative field featuring artists, designers and code enthusiasts. Based on a series of interviews to some of the leading figures of the Processing open programming platform community, the documentary is built itself as a continuous stream of archived references, projects and concepts shared by this community.
It is the first chapter of a documentary series on three programming languages -Processing, Open Frameworks y Pure data- that have increased the role of coding in the practice of artists, designers and creators around the world.
The series explores the creative possibilities expanded by these open source tools and the importance of their growing online communities.
Professional footballer Leon Mckenzie spent 15 years working his way up to the Premier League until injury struck and he spiralled into a deep depression. In a world where weakness is unacceptable, this film explores the dark side of football and how many of its players are suffering in silence.
Shot in and around his home in Northampton, the film shows a side of the game that has long been ignored.