In the past few years a growing number of cities worldwide have been (re)discovering the use of the bicycle. Sustainability plays a large role in the motivation behind the revival of the bicycle and takes on different challenges, placing itself in a new and relevant social position. The question then remains whether or not the revitalization and new positioning of the bicycle could contribute to the livability of society.
When Hilde Back sponsored a young, rural Kenyan student, she thought nothing of it. She certainly never expected to hear from him, but years later she does. Now a Harvard graduate and a Human Rights Lawyer for the United Nations, Chris Mburu decides to find the stranger that changed his life. Inspired by her generosity, he starts a scholarship program of his own and names it for his former benefactor.
A Small Act directed by Jennifer Arnold.
Produced to coincide with the opening of the new Mondrian SoHo hotel in New York, featuring Jeremy Strong, Maya Kazan and Joan Copeland.
Directed by Poppy de Villeneuve.
Dervishes in Space is a fashion film trilogy revolving around three futuristic space travelers. When their space station crosses an unknown energy field, the astrogirls are transcended into a hyper-reality where their inmost desires and fears become uncannily vivid…
This was all shot with available light (except for 2-3 green screen shots at the end) in and around Sydney Australia. For the most part The Maestro was shot in real time on location then removed to do the time lapse pass. The only time lapse sequence we shot him on green screen for was the amusement park towards the end of the film.
Directed by: Adam Anthony
Filmed by: Tony Gardiner
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