Wildlife Aid’s ‘Saving Harry’ from Kris Hofmann on Vimeo.
Since the 1950s the number of hedgehogs in Britain has fallen from 30 million to 1 million. You can save them at Wildlife Aid. Directed by Kris Hofmann
These days it is so easy to feel insecure about our appearance. Whether it is because of the mean comment that comes our way or the photoshopped image we see in magazines, it can be so easy to feel self conscious about our body. When was the last time you felt comfortable in your own skin?
Le Tour Utrecht – BON VOYAGE! from Job, Joris & Marieke on Vimeo.
Bon Voyage! is a short animated film in which Tim has a romantic date to watch the start of the Tour the France in Utrecht with his girl. But he ends up at the wrong side of the barriers and has to find a way to get to her. In 2015 the Tour de France will start in Utrecht, a buzzing city in the heart of the Netherlands with a passion for cycling. Created By Dutch animation studio Job, Joris & Marieke
RBMA ‘Terri Hooley’ from Motherland on Vimeo.
During the 1970’s, Northern Ireland was seen as a musical wasteland. Bands struggled to get recognition and found it difficult to be heard because of geography and politics. There were few outlets for people to go to hear new music and socialise in a worry free environment. Terri Hooley changed all that.
In the late 1970’s Terri opened up the record shop “Good Vibrations” on the most bombed street in Europe at the time. The record shop was a major focal point for the local music scene. Inspired by the people he met through the shop and the talent he saw in Belfast, he set up a label of the same name. The label went on to release music from numerous bands from the Belfast punk and ska scene.
A self confessed, “terrible businessman” Terri oversaw the shop open and close 11 times and the label never really generated much income. Despite all that, Terri kept going. Made for Red Bull, directed by Ross Killeen