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''We are back and we are ready to blow your mind with this new Meeting Series Interview we realized couple weeks ago. We really don't want to spoil anything about it but on the other hand it's also important that people would be able to know what they're getting themselves into. What it is sure, is the fact that this video will make you smile, happy, nostalgic and with the urgent need to start digging into old stuff from your childhood you're probably saving up in the attic.
Bobby Ågren is nowadays the guy behind this eclectic project, he's running this shop called Ruben & Bobby, a retro-gaming and toys shop located in Jægersborggade 6, Copenhagen, where you can buy, sell or trade old games from the '70s '80s '90s and in the meantime get a haircut; yes you got it right, Ruben & Bobby is also an air salon.
Watch the video below to get more informations regarding this delightful museum-shop and let Bobby explain to you how he combines the selling and collecting of retro-games with haircuts and the business of an hair salon, the process on the realization of his passions and dreams.''
We are currently seeking for sponsors to be able to fly Bobby and I to Japan during the upcoming TOKYO GAME SHOW 2015 and producing/documenting his trip and experience there with a second documentary
Japanese Credits by kind courtesy of Sumi Kazuya
The sounds of the Roland TR-808 drum machine inspire musicians around the world, even though the device hasn’t been made since 1984 and most of its avid users have never actually seen one.
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Urban Romances, LLC
DIRECTED BY - Nelson George
PRODUCED BY - Nicole Nelch
WRITER/CAMERA/NARRATION - Nelson George
EDITING/CAMERA/MUSIC/NARRATION/VOICEOVER - Robert O'Bryant
Our friends at Cartoon Network got in touch earlier in the year to ask us to work with them on a music video for their 20th Birthday celebrations. Needless to say we jumped at the chance and we started work on an epic 2 minute long video featuring original music from Mad Decent and nearly every character Cartoon Network has aired over the past 20 years.
The video finally premiered on the 1st of October and will appear on Cartoon Network throughout the month of October and is also available for download through iTunes and Amazon (for free!) as well as being on CN's youtube channel.
Directed, animated & produced by Golden Wolf
Directed by: Golden Wolf
Creative Director: Ingi Erlingsson
Art Director / Design lead: Ewen Stenhouse
Producer: Ant Baena
Design: Ewen Stenhouse, Sofie Hallor, Shan Jiang, Stefan Falconer
Animators: Ewen Stenhouse, Tim Whiting, Carlos de Faria, Jonathan Harris, Joe Sparrow, Blanca Martinez de Rituerto, Sean Weston, Tom Bunker
Compositing: Stefano Ottaviano, Ewen Stenhouse
SVP, The Creative Group – Michael Ouweleen
VP Design, The Creative Group – Jacob Escobedo
Creative Director, The Creative Group – Craig “Sven” Gordon
Director of Broadcast Production, The Creative Group – Heather Reilly
Music & sound design by Kevin Seaton at Heavy Duty Music
Additional voices provided by: Jeremy Shada, John DiMaggio
CARTOON NETWORK and the logo and all related elements are trademarks of Cartoon Network © 2012. A Time Warner company. All rights reserved.
In a large warehouse in Los Angeles, behind a massive rolling metal door, there is a room full of awesome pinball machines. A labor of love, Pins and Needles is a public arcade filled with privately owned pinball machines made available for everyone to enjoy by founder Molly Atkinson. Curated by its energetic and tremendously charming founder, each machine has a unique and enchanting personality. We spent the day with Atkinson, learning about the history of pinball machines, her obsession with the sport of pinball and how she came to be quite the pinball mechanic. Most days of the week Pins and Needles opens its door from 8pm-midnight, during which time you will find Atkinson and many other enthusiasts hammering away for the high score—just don't forget your quarters.
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