Archives for category: Film

This summer we travelled to the beautiful city of Accra and had the opportunity to meet some really great and interesting people.  Amongst those we met was a young aspiring boxer, Rose.  Rose is passionate about boxing and has a dream to be world champion one day but what is most important is playing a part towards changing how female boxing is viewed in Ghana. We did have the opportunity to make a very short film.

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BOXPARK Shoreditch is a retail revolution – the world’s first pop-up mall. Based in the heart of East London, for the next five years. BOXPARK strips and refits shipping containers to create unique, low cost, low risk, ‘box shops’. Put them together with a unique mix of international fashion and lifestyle brands, galleries and cafés and you’ve got the world’s first ‘pop-up’ mall – so named because its basic building blocks are inherently movable: they can, and will, literally pop up anywhere in the world!

http://www.boxpark.co.uk/

A 9 year old boy who built an elaborate cardboard arcade in his dad’s used auto parts store is about to have the best day of his life.

http://cainesarcade.com/

Tanner Goods is a small leather goods manufacturer located in Portland, Oregon. They work hard to manage multiple storefronts and offer a wide range of hand crafted leather accessories. They thrive on their attention to detail and appreciation for top quality products. In the future they plan to expand their product line to include non-leather goods such as eyewear and time pieces, while maintaining their strong roots in simplicity and utilitarian product design.

For more visit http://fidgitbox.com/

Visual artist Antony Crook, in collaboration with Rapha and RSA Films, presents Knock for Knock. Shot in Tokyo, with a soundtrack from Mogwai and a script written by long-distance cyclist James Bowthorpe, the film represents a sportsman’s fight against his inner demons.

“We thought of this as a sequel to 30 Century Man [Crook and Bowthorpe’s last collaborative film] – a journey again… Knock For Knock looks inwards, into memory, into fear and fighting it.”
– James Bowthorpe