Huddle Sync launched today in California, and to explain and celebrate the new service, they'd commissioned us to make an animation for them. Here's what we came up with.
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We've just produced an animation for cloud based software enterprise, Huddle for a new service that they're launching. Looking forward to sharing with you all soon.
We've been asked by the Media Trust to make a film as part of their Untold Stories project with Sainsbury's. We'll be making a film with the Prisoners Education Trust to highlight the great work that they do in trying to help prisoners learn and better themselves while incarcerated.
We have been commissioned by the BBC World Service to make a 23 minute documentary on the practice of using music as a form of torture in Guantanamo and other black site prisons in the war on terror. The program will feature interviews with ex-Gitmo inmates, guards, lawyers, musicians, human rights experts and psychologists.
We produced this film for World Stages London. It's a festival of world theatre taking place in London in 2012 and has been brought about by an unprecedented coalition between London's top theatres. There will be 7 shows, each celebrating one of London's major ethnic groups. We really enjoyed making the film with them and can't wait to see some of the shows next year.
We went behind the scenes at the photo shoot for the new touring production of Sister Act, The Musical. Most of the case had never met each other so it was a great day of capturing them getting in to their costumes and in to their roles for the first time.
We spent a day chasing a load of nuns around London in aid of charity. The run initiated by Sister Act The Musical raised lots of money for charity and we had a great day with all of them.
Check out the final film about the Tate taking the Great British Art Debate around to some of this Sumer's music festivals. This film looks at the Tate Collective, their youth arm putting on a series of workshops at The Underage Festival, a festival in Victoria Park for under 18's. The Tate Collective even partook in some of the filming and got involved in helping us to make the film that they wanted, showing all the hard work that they'd put in to making the day such a massive success.
After latitude, we headed to Camp Bestival with the Tate to further spread the word of their Great British Art Debate. There, watercolour artists, Neil Tait and Naomi Leake ran watercolour workshops and there was a debate including Gavin Turk compered by Richard Strange. The day started off rainy but the sun soon came out and the family festival came alive. We really enjoyed it and are happy with the second of our three Tate films. Stay tuned, the third is coming soon from the underage festival in Victoria Park last weekend.
finishing up three films for Zenith and Swatch in time to get up early and head down to Camp Bestival to make a film for Tate Britain
We braved the weather to head to Latitude with the team from Tate Britain, who had teamed up with Nigel Barrett and Louise Mari from the performance artist collective, shunt. There, they put on a late night performance for revellers based on the Tate's current Watercolour exhibit. We had a blast filming the madness of the performance and we hope that the film explains how it all came about and also shows some of that madness in action.
Check out the film we made for My Muay Thai Tours. We filmed with the tour for a week last month, hugely enjoying it and even getting to have a go at training ourselves. The tour is brilliant for anyone into Muay Thai who might want to train at the best places and enjoy hidden Thai culture to the fullest, we've never eaten so well in our lives.
We're filming behind the scenes as Sony film the Champions League final between Man Utd and Barcelona tomorrow night for the first time in 3D. Working with Thought Shuffle to turn around a similar one to the one made at the world cup last year. Can't wait.
So we're wrapping up a busy couple of weeks doing some more filming for Sky, Sony, Southwark Council and wrapping our series of films for the Tate, as we're off to Thailand. Will and Mark are spending a week in Bangkok with My Muay Thai Tours who provide unique tours of Bangkok for Muay Thai enthusiast from around the world who want a different and personal experience of the country, training at the best camps but also having access to local knowledge, giving them an authentic experience of the country from the food to the culture. We can't wait.
We've returned from a mad long weekend of filming for Sony in Amsterdam, then editing in London before heading to Stockholm and filming again. We're back in the edit before picking up with the Puma and Tate stuff again. There's enough time for sleep when you're dead so they say.