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This is a trailer for a pilot project I filmed this summer about an attempt to connect spiritually East and West through a ceremony of SunsetDawn, which included songs, stories and poems from around the world, performed on the Midsummer Day at a Napoleonic Fort Perch Rock at the mouth of river Mersey, opposite Liverpool Bay.
Great work Jojak, thanks for posting. For future posts if you can post your vimeo embed code into the Source view of your post it works better :)Reply to comment
This short promo video links the past and the present of our experiences of one of the Glasgow's West End forgotten monuments that now belong to the community of local residents. The newly established Trust is trying to restore the so-called '60 steps' to its former glory, when it used to connect terraced communities across the River Kelvin.
I used Gillian Anderson's footage from her 'House of Mirth' film (2000) as she rushes up these same steps, which meant to be somewhere in Boston/NY? and mixed them with my own footage, briefly filmed on a typical 'good weather' day in Glasgae!
Another project which was executed as part of our MA in DocProduction at Salford: 'Now That You're Gone'. This is a personal documentary about feelings and experiences of loss in a traditional Irish catholic family.
Project Director - Alan J. Dukes, Executive Producer - Beth Hewitt, Producer - Johan Jakobson
Filmed in the Republic of Ireland, 2011. Broadcast on Channel M as part of their Hitting Home series over this summer.
Johan, Welcome to Creative Hive. Great to see the work you're doing!! You can post the video straight to your CH space by using the embed code. Please contact me if I can help. www.creativehive.org/web/angelataitReply to comment
This is a short documentary about a pilot project run by the researchers at University of Salford Business School who wanted to capture and understand the individuals' digital footprints as they use and come into contact with Internet, surveillance, communications and database technologies over a 24-hour period in 2011. This is 'benchmarking' for understanding humanity's growing digital footprint - perhaps, our ultimate footprint on this planet.
One of the main collaborators and visual artists who helped on this project - Heath Bunting
Welcome to Creative Hive Johan! You've hit the ground running with us so far. Just a quick suggestion that you can either make your Vimeo video into a link or you can also embed a code snippet from Vimeo into the Source view of your Hive post - drop us a line if you get stuck!Reply to comment