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  2. Discs: The Theme Tune to Life was a photography exhibition celebrating the way music has influenced and inspired people's lives. Many different participants were asked to contibute their own person 'Desert Island Discs' selections that they felt formed their life's soundtrack. The week-long exhibit was held in the Cambridge Art Salon, incorporating paintings, photography and text-based work, with music, dance and poetry as part of the opening event. It was coordinated and conceived by photographer Mark Woods-Nunn.

    This film was specially made for the exhibit, shown on loop throughout the duration of the exhibit. It features interviews with many of the contributors who offered musical choices, portraits, artwork and insight.

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  5. Cambridge City Credit Union is a financial cooperative similar to a bank or building society, but different because they are owned by their members in the local community. As a member, you are an owner along with lots of other local people. You have as much ‘say’ in how the Credit Union is run as any other member, no matter how much you have saved in your account or how long you have been a member.

    In 2013, were invited to the Cambridge City Credit Union's open day, and were commissioned to make this film.

    "The Cambridge City Credit Union was very pleased with the video you created and in fact we found it good enough for it to be featured on the front page of our website for all the world to see! If you visit http://www.cambridgecreditunion.org.uk you'll find it there." - Arnold Dekker - Chairman


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