The concept of AI can conjure up visions of a post apocalyptic future ripped right from a Sci-Fi novel based in 3035. Design & The Revolution of AI aims to humanize our relationship with technology and questions how AI is intertwined in our daily lives, its effect, impact and the implications it has on the future of design.
Produced by A/D/O & Somesuch and co.
A/D/O and Somesuch Present: Design & The Revolution of AI.
Life is Getting Quite Exciting
Directed by Will Robson-Scott
Duration: 8'10'' - 2018 -
A short portrait film about musician, style icon and North London native Jimothy Lacoste. The film tries to dissect myth from reality about who or what the musical maverick Jimothy Lacoste is and what he represents.
Produced by Fader TV & Somesuch
Jimothy Lacoste - Life Is Getting Quite Exciting (Documentary)
Xavier Corbero: Portrait of an Artist in Winter
Directed by Nathalie Biancheri
Duration: 13' 42'' - 2017 -
Sculptor Xavier Corbero recalls his varied and wonderous life from the time of Franco's reign in Spain up to his modern work and his world famous house; a project that has taken nearly 40 years and something that is still evolving.
XC trailer 2017
Fact or Fiction (feature)
Directed by Leo Leigh
Duration: 61'10'' - 2014-
Fact or Fiction: The Life and Times of a Ping Pong Hustler is a chronicle of the final three years of Marty Reisman's life, a former international table tennis champion-turned-money player. Pursuing notoriety through his idiosyncratic lifestyle and motivated by his love of fame and Ping Pong, he inadvertently has to face his biggest fear: mortality.
Shot over three years, the film's observational style, combined with rare archive footage and interviews with key New York and London society characters work to tell the story of one of America's greatest and most unconventional sports stars at a critical juncture in his life, whilst addressing the wider themes of mortality, immortality and the pursuit of legacy and legend.
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Grasp the Nettle (feature)
Directed by Dean Puckett.
Duration: 89'55'' - 2013 -
Edited down from 200 hours of rushes filmed over a 15 month period, the film takes an intimate look inside a community living on a derelict piece of land in West London.
Grasp the Nettle TRAILER
Directed by Dean Puckett.
Duration: 9'20' - 2015 -
A film that follows three young men, all with Autism, that have formed a rock band called The AutistiX. It shows how the success of the band has changed their lives as well as those around them.