1. Never stop growing. Never stand still. Never stop Learning.
    This is Noe Kuremoto’s determined outlook on life.

    She wants to push herself beyond her everyday routine. Grow forever. Run. Learn until her heart stops.
    Her chosen method? To become a Muay Thai Kick Boxer.

    Shot in and around K.O. Gym in Bethnal Green, East London, this film explores a hard working, dedicated and altogether unexpected Londoner and her personal challenge to compete in a home amateur fight representing K.O. Gym.

    Dealing with vulnerability, normality, passion and desire, she experiences unique communities and incredibly trustworthy human relationships. She enters a world where ‘living for the moment’ can be more rewarding than planning for the next, and where the results of her hard work are instantly tangible.

    London is growing in new and exciting ways all the time, but only if the people who make London are doing so too. This is Noe’s contribution.

    Recently broadcast on Channel 4's 'Shooting Gallery' show in the UK.

    channel4.com/programmes/the-shooting-gallery/4od

    A huge thanks to everyone who worked so hard to help us make this film.

    tubbybrother.co.uk
    roguefilms.com
    manifestonyc.com

    Directed by Tubby Brother
    Produced by Tom Farley
    Edited by Phil Currie at Stitch
    Director Of Photography: Jim Jolliffe
    Steadicam AR: Simon Wood
    2nd Camera: Joe Maples
    DIT: Elvin Prentice
    Gaffer: Jason Reynier
    Sound Recordist: Tom Sedgwick
    Sound Design: Martin Leitner at WAVE
    Title Design: Ian Perkins at Name & Name
    Colour Grade: Paul Harrison at Finish
    Online: Andy Copping at Finish
    Driver: Dan Johnston
    Production Assistant: Hannah Cooney

    Thanks to:

    KO Gym Bethnal Green
    Master Kru Bill Judd at KO Gym
    Richmond Annan at KO Gym
    Jeremy Sassen at Movie Tech
    Barnaby Laws at Panalux
    Leo King and Angela Hart at Stitch
    Warren Hamilton at WAVE
    Marianna Bruynseels at Finish
    David van der Gaag at Rogue
    Alex Grossman at Rogue
    Noe Kuremoto
    Ed Vavilovas
    Angelika Abramovitch
    Louisa de Carvalho at Manifesto NYC

    # vimeo.com/50856814 Uploaded 155K Plays 69 Comments
  2. As one of Japan's last remaining swordsmiths, Korehira Watanabe has honed his craft for 40 years while attempting to recreate the mythical Koto sword.

    Read the Etsy blog post: etsy.me/theswordmaker.

    Music by:
    MONO
    monoishere.com
    Courtesy of Temporary Residence Ltd.
    temporaryresidence.com

    # vimeo.com/32113233 Uploaded 960K Plays 66 Comments
  3. In March 2013 I took a trip to Uganda and Tanzania with two of my siblings to visit my sister who was volunteering at the time for Jenga, a community development organisation in Mbale, Uganda. This is a glimpse of our time there..

    **AWARDED BEST NON-NARRATIVE & BEST EDITING at the South Australian Screen Awards 2014**

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    Shot/directed/cut by Benjamin Dowie
    Music written and produced by Oliver Dowie feat. vocals from the En-Kata Choir, Tanzania

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    Shot on 5D Mk3
    Cut & graded with Final Cut 7
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    Thank you to Peter and the guys at KCM, Pastor Willy and family in Mbarara, Tash & the Pamoja crew, the amazing Maasai people, and Robby & co at Jenga.

    En-Kata Choir
    en-kata.com/

    Oliver Dowie
    soundcloud.com/oliver_dowie


    facebook.com/BeanpoleProductions
    beanpole.com.au/
    ©2013 BEANPOLE PRODUCTIONS

    # vimeo.com/67701118 Uploaded 200K Plays 271 Comments
  4. Emoji have become an inescapable part of our daily lives. This short film examines the far-reaching impact of these very special characters. Can you find the 68 emoji species shown in this video?

    Made entirely with footage from Dissolve. See and license the clips used at dissolve.com/emoji

    Dedicated to Shigetaka Kurita, the inventor of emoji.

    Inspired by the work of Sir David Attenborough: bbc.co.uk/nature/collections/p0048522 and the #emojidaydream project by Able Parris: ableparris.com

    # vimeo.com/100851656 Uploaded 346K Plays 53 Comments
  5. One man's cross-Atlantic journey reveals the truth about electronics recycling.
    To donate or sell electronics go here --> gizmogul.com/DONATE

    Directed by: Alex Gorosh - @Gogogorosh
    Produced by: Stephen Schneider
    Written by: Alex Gorosh + Stephen Schneider
    Original Score by: Vibe Mountain - http://tinyurl.com/mke799p
    Additional Music by: Gramatik - gramatik.net
    Audio Mix: William McGuigan

    Special Thanks: Kwame Owusu, Isaac 'Kochoko' Mensah, Ben Williams, Marisa Rico, Max Joseph, Kevin McElvaney, Pretty Lights Music

    A portion of every transaction will benefit the children of Agbogbloshie.

    Sources:

    theguardian.com/environment/gallery/2014/feb/27/agbogbloshie-worlds-largest-e-waste-dump-in-pictures
    theguardian.com/world/2013/dec/14/ghana-dump-electronic-waste-not-good-place-live
    makeitfair.org/en/the-facts/reports/reports/what-a-waste
    basel.int/Portals/4/Basel%20Convention/docs/eWaste/E-wasteAssessmentGhana.pdf
    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agbogbloshie

    # vimeo.com/104059452 Uploaded 246K Plays 83 Comments

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