1. London Design Festival 2013 - C4CC


    from Debbie Davies / Added

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    For this years London Design Festival, C4CC ran an open house with a week of workshops, from film production; art and technology through to food production; science and design. In this video Chris Verbick, from Cinter Designs that work out of C4CC discusses not only C4CC's place in LDF but views on collaboration too.

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    • BIGGER, FASTER (2013)


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      Big (1988) gets bigger, faster.

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      • Time | |mage


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        Time | Image is a short piece I've cut together from footage of Master's film entitled Facebrick. In some way this piece acts as a teaser for Facebrick too. Shot on Canon 7D Music: "Phoenix" written and produced by VUDU

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        • Shards


          from Debra Fear / Added

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          further work exploring Gilles Deleuze's philosophic concepts on cinematic time - l'image-temps and l'image-mouvement PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS VIDEO HAS NOT BEEN DEINTERLACED AND IS MPEG4 QUALITY as a copyright protection to original piece.

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          • The Little Ships of England (1943)


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            'From the woods of Britain comes timber - oak, ash and elm - for the little ships. The scene shifts to skilled shipwrights at work in a West-country shipyard, and shifts again to the exciting rescue of a fighter pilot by a launch on patrol. At Dunkirk the little ships sailed into the pages of English history.' More information on this film: http://timeimage.wikispaces.com/Little+Ships+of+England%2C+The

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            • World Garden (1941)


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              Shot in glorious technicolour, perfect for capturing the vibrancy of hues on display, World Garden explores the diverse flora and fauna of Kew Gardens. Encompassing plants from the tropics, Saharan Africa and continental Europe, we unearth the wealth of specimens held within the illustrious gardens, also going ‘behind the scenes’ to gain insight into the vast archives of information held on the world’s botany. More information on this film: http://timeimage.wikispaces.com/World+Garden

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              • We of the West Riding (1945)


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                Yorkshire is divided into three areas, or ‘Ridings’, and it is the West Riding which becomes the focus of this 1945 film. Exploring the mill towns and textile industry within this area of Northern England, the film examines the structure of family life away from the British capital. Observed through the eyes of a little boy, he recounts visiting his family members who are all employed in different sectors of the local cloth industry. Much attention is paid to the dramatic rural landscapes and moorland that have become the focus for some of Britain’s most renowned works of literature, including Wuthering Heights and other novels by the infamous Bronte sisters. This film is designed to show the solid community bases in all areas of the country and not just in the capital. This could be seen as a complementary film to Annakin’s London 1942, making sure that Britain is not depicted as ‘Londoncentric’ and values as well the diverse contributions to Britishness supplied by the far reaches of the country. It is a way of showing these differing areas in a positive light, diverting away from an idea that rural areas are somehow regressive. Highlight the fact that even though country lifestyles are perhaps different to those of people living in larger cities, there remain core values predicated on the importance of family, community spirit and supporting a greater ideal of Britishness. More information on this film: http://timeimage.wikispaces.com/We+of+the+West+Riding

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                • The Life of the Rabbit (1945)


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                  The Life of the Rabbit is a short but charming informational piece on the habits, traits and lifecycle of the humble rabbit. The film follows both ‘real’ and animated creatures, depicting a range of activities from daily grooming to the traversing of tunnels and dens, sometimes at exceptionally high speed, whilst being pursued by a rogue pole cat with a desire for a rabbit dinner. Details of the reproductive processes of the rabbit are the perfect excuse for a succession of undeniably cute shots of bunnies as they develop through the beginning stages of their lives; this narrative also acting as an educational lesson in reproduction arguably designed to be translatable to a more ‘human’ case study. More information on this film: http://timeimage.wikispaces.com/Life+of+the+Rabbit%2C+The

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                  • Steel Goes To Sea (1941)


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                    Following the creational journey of vessel number 242 from steel skeleton to majestic giant gliding gracefully out onto the water, Steel Goes To Sea charters the ins and outs of the ship building industry and those who work within it. More information on this film: http://timeimage.wikispaces.com/Steel+Goes+to+Sea

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                    • Market Town (1942)


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                      Following the development of a traditional English market town in Newark (Nottinghamshire), the film explores the importance of this central hub in encouraging buying and selling activities between rural and urban environments. This central exchange is summed up perfectly by the narrator who exclaims ‘some have come to sell their beasts, some have come to buy’, however it is not just beasts that are up for trade with vegetables, flowers, fine china and net curtains also available. The necessity of such market networks is displayed in the film, elucidating the positive impact on local agricultural business and the economic and social development of the countryside. More information on this film: http://timeimage.wikispaces.com/Market+Town

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