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  • Brondibros – When You Sleep

    Met Brondibros whilst on my travels where they were playing to a busy Sunday Bricklane crowd. Visiting from the coast of Italy I was gifted with a CD and so exchanged a little video love in return.. myspace.com/brondibrosoutsiderockers Produced by You and I Films youandifilms.com Shot with the Panasonic GH2 Join the You and I Films Facebook Group facebook.com/#!/pages/You-and-I-Films/105292736188499

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  • Monday Night at Jamboree

    Shot on the 25th of January 2011 at the Jamboree Venue in East London ”Monday night turns into Gypsy Jazz mad jam, musicians play genres from flamenco to deep south americana to acid jazz to folk goth rock to django gypsy swing all in the space of an hour!…” Amanda Rodgers ‘Stranger than Paradise’ “New Fortune” by Troubadour Rose Shot with the Panasonic GH2 Produced by “You and I Films” youandifilms.com

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  • Jamboree – 31st January 2011

    Jamboree Music Venue Shot on the 31st of January 2011 Produced by “You and I FIlms” /www.youandifilms.com Ingredients… Shot on the Panasonic GH2 20mm F1.7 90mm f2 Leica R Dynamic NR-2 Edited in Premiere CS5 with a custom MB Looks profile Baked with Love….

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  • Human Cost, Tate Britain Performance – First anniversary of the Gulf of Mexico disaster

    Human Cost, Tate Britain Performance (87 minutes), charcoal and sunflower oil 20 April 2011 – First anniversary of the Gulf of Mexico disaster. On the same day, 166 people who work in the arts published a letter in the Guardian calling on Tate to end its sponsorship relationship with BP. “In the year since its catastrophic oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, BP has massively ramped up its investment in controversial tar sands extraction in Canada, has been shown [...]

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  • Happy Birthday Transition Heathrow

    On Sunday the 28th of February 2011, community members celebrate the year anniversary of Grow Heathrow and occupation of the site. The year has brought many challenges for the community who have been recently notified of legal proceeding for possible eviction. New court papers seeking to evict the community garden Grow Heathrow revealed that the project won’t have to appear in court until November 2011. The good news came after a turbulent two weeks for the environmental movement after revelations [...]

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  • London School of Samba – Notting Hill Carnival 2011

    Join some of the cast from the London Samba School as they prepare for this years 5km parade for the 2011 Nottinghill Carnival.

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  • Banner action to Prevent Global Biomassacre – #AgrofuelAction

    Agents of Change risk Liberty and Life on Black-Ops banner action, Infiltrating Royal Mall to Prevent Global Biomassacre Members of Action Against Agrofuels are sitting in trees 10m above The Mall 200m from Buckingham Palace with a vast banner reading “Biomassacre: Don’t subsidise it” as the government consultation on renewable energy subsidies commences1. Dressed in Orangutan suits they make their message heard through loudhailers and conduct telephone interviews from the trees. Activists are furious that the most unsustainable and environmentally [...]

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  • Stop Biomassacre Subsidies

    On Saturday the 22nd of October concerned citizens affected and concerned about development of UK based Bio fuel energy plants rallied and raised issues concerning the pending public consultation by the Department of Energy and Climate Change over subsidies that would further support landgrabs, destruction, community displacement and deforestation that is linked with current UK Biofuels investments. On Sunday the 23rd a group climbed Royal Trees dressed in Orang-utan suits and hung a “Biomassacre – Stop Subsidies” banner across the [...]

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  • Shell Death Rope – In Memory of Ken Saro-Wiwa

    On the 9th of November 2011 at a Shell-sponsored awards ceremony in the swanky corporate offices of the CBI (Britain’s biggest business lobby group), young entrepreneurs are looking towards a bright future. Sixteen years ago, Shell made sure that Ken Saro-Wiwa and eight other young Nigerian activists had no future. On 10th November 1995, Shell was complicit in their execution at the hands of the Nigerian military government for campaigning against the devastation of their homeland the Niger Delta by [...]

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