Brixton has degenerated into a disregarded area inhabited by London's new robot workforce - robots built and designed to carry out all of the tasks which humans are no longer inclined to do. The mechanical population of Brixton has rocketed, resulting in unplanned, cheap and quick additions to the skyline.
The film follows the trials and tribulations of young robots surviving at the sharp end of inner city life, living the predictable existence of a populous hemmed in by poverty, disillusionment and mass unemployment. When the Police invade the one space which the robots can call their own, the fierce and strained relationship between the two sides explodes into an outbreak of violence echoing that of 1981.
With Support from
Kibwe Tavares - Direction, animation, modeling, lighting, texturingetc...
David Hoffman - Photographer Brixton riots http://archive.hoffmanphotos.com/
Mourad Bennacer - Sound Designer http://designsonore.tumblr.com/
DJ Hiatus "The Great Insurrection" http://www.hiatusmusic.net
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Split Video Dance is an experimental work of video creation about the body. It is a cyborg. A dream, a vision of the future borne of the necessity of intimacy to discuss a common system of relationships which transform the social body into something unknown; showcasing the metamorphosis of the physical through technology as a possible aesthetic paradigm towards diversity. It is one among millions of answers to the problems of audiovisual representation of gender on the web.
Split Video Dance discusses a real and contemporary body which transforms into an ideal in which the physical is dissolved. The definition of video dance becomes as flexible as its capacity to transmit emotions. Split Video Dance chooses to be a video dance, because conceptually, it wants to emphasise its movements as a fundamental part of its development.
Through the use of digital collage, the various parts become a whole, revealing fusion through itself, invading the physicality of its own body. This body is then transformed to the point of being substituted by a patchwork of disorderly and unrecognisable organs which evince a transformation from within, from the subject itself, far beyond its physiognomy.
Music by U-MÄ, song: "efecte domino"
Shot on Canon 5D mkII, Canon 50mm 1.4 and Sigma 24mm 1.8
End of the Line, in association with Distillery Productions and T. Summerskill, have filmed the first 3D Graffiti Time-lapse. Created to document the production of Jim Vision's (from EndoftheLine) mural for Disney's Tron: Legacy this is the final 2D edit featuring a Daft Punk soundtrack.
This groundbreaking project was filmed in December 2010 and January 2011, in a warehouse in Shoreditch with the exterior shots taken from the rooftops of East London.
Filmed over 4 days, it shows the execution of a 20-metre mural that was painted on huge canvases for installation on Great Eastern Street.
The time-lapse was created using 2 x Canon 5D MK2 cameras and a specially constructed 3D rig provided by Inition.
Outlands from Original Tron Legacy Soundtrack by Daft Punk
3D Timelapse Photography & Animation:
3D Timelapse Photography:
Charlie Perrara, Inition
3D production, monitoring & post production services & 3D Equipment
Plus post alignment & depth grading
Seam Design seam-design.com
Tron Logo Cutout by Zeus