1. Music Video / Short Film influenced by the American artist group "Black Acid Co-op". I built a set in collaboration with French set designer Marie Fricot which drew from meth lab aesthetics but in context to Johannesburg street culture and also influenced by the fact that the track was titled "Wunga". The opening sequence explains the drug reference in more detail. The whole idea was to integrate South Africa and downtown Johannesburg into this storyline, so basic elements like street ambient sound becoming a feature as the sounds in the C.B.D are so distinct.

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  2. Bikelordz is an upcoming feature film about Accra, Ghana's small but passionate flatland BMX scene, the riders in it, and the environment in which they perform, create, hustle and work towards making their BMX aspirations a reality.

    bikelordz.com

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  3. L.O.S.T is taken from the EP 'To Kill A Flockin Bird', released on ML's 'Peckish' imprint 07.10.13 (UK) 08.10.13 (US/CANADA)

    UK Itunes Pre Order http://goo.gl/KgsIlH

    USA/Canada Itunes Pre Order http://goo.gl/fn33eE

    Music written, produced, performed and mixed by ML (Mickey Lightfoot) featuring Darq E Freaker. Additional production by Akara

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    Visual Directed by Nahse Ittahb and ML (Mickey Lightfoot)
    Set Design by Adriana Iacovou
    Art Dept. Hermes Pittakos & Alexandru Schmidt
    Grading Felix Schmillnsky
    Editing. Katherine.M.Holley
    Camera Assistant. Hamish Stephenson
    Wardrobe. Alan Godd
    Make Up : Wuese Houston-Jibo

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  4. Video Title: Ekasi Moves

    'Ekasi' My corner. A video showing the different individual and specific dance moves of each dancer in the Real Actions Pantsula Dance Crew, Orange Farm.

    S'PHARA PHARA by Chris Saunders @ Resolution Gallery Johannesburg

    This exhibition of new work by photographer Chris Saunders presents S'PHARA PHARA, a photo essay that documents the The Real Actions Panstula Dance Crew from Orange Farm.
    S'PHARA PHARA is originally derived from the sound that trains make when riding over railway sleepers describing the constant and rhythmic knocking sound over them. This has been adopted to describe the sound of dancers feet when they are dancing Pantsula, an energetic township style particular to South Africa.

    First published in Colours Magazine, this essay extends concerns that Saunders developed whilst on a residency in Italy at Fabrica in 2010, and fits into his larger documentary oeuvre that includes The Smarteez of Soweto and the Shangaan Electro Scene.

    The Real Actions Dance Crew have performed around the world and most recently at the opening ceremony of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. In this exhibition Saunders goes into the heart of Orange Farm to investigate how this collective, now in its third generation, has transformed the lives of its members through the medium of dance.

    Pantsula is usually associated with tsotsis or thugs but now, through Saunders expose of the Real Actions Dance Crew, it’s vitality is revealed. His images reveal the physicality and energy of the style as well as giving a unique glance into the colourful vibrancy of township culture.
    The Real Actions Dance Crew will be performing at the opening of the exhibition where donations can be made. This show is part of an ongoing project and will be published in an online catalogue as well as a small edition available at the gallery.

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  5. Radio Freedom was the underground radio arm of the African National Congress during the anti-Apartheid struggle in South Africa from the 1970s through the 1990s. Radio Freedom and protest songs were important in fight against Apartheid. Listening to Radio Freedom in Apartheid-era South Africa was a crime carrying a penalty of up to eight years in prison. This video includes a brief snippet of the anti-apartheid protest songs Kea Rona (It Is Ours).

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