We’ve acquired a nice little pile of booklets and mini publications on the CiB desk which we’ve been meaning to mention, so thought we’d just post them all up together. First is Ammo Magazine. This cute and colourful little thing is packed with illustration and designer/ artist interviews. Ammo also accepts submissions, so if you … [Read more…]
We Could Be Heroes Clothing “This is We Could Be Heroes Clothing, an independant clothing company set up in the UK.” And this is their blog IdeasTap | Forums: CASTING – Actors needed for UK Film Council funded short film. “We are currently looking to fill a number of primary roles for a new project, … [Read more…]
Very late notice, but if you’re at a loose end tonight then you could do a lot worse than head over to the Electric Cinema for the Birmingham launch of stand-up/video comedy phenomenon Popcorn Comedy: featuring the rap/stand up stylings of Doc Brown and the wonderful Holly Walsh live on stage, as well as a … [Read more…]
I obviously had too much time on my hands back in August because I volunteered to run a 48-hour film competition.Â From humble origins Film Dash (as I called it) it gathered pace, got bundled into Hello Digital and culminated in 11 films being produced over a single weekend with one being shown at the … [Read more…]
If CiB posts have been a little light over the past few days (and they have) then it’s been because I was doing a blogging/social reporting job for Hello Digital and the associated conference, Hello World. As a result there’s plenty of stuff (reports from conference sessions, short interviews with speakers, photos and a liveblog) … [Read more…]
shameless self promotion (for a good cause) Â« graphiquillan Please go and vote for Shona’s beautiful design. It’s so quick to do and you’ll be supporting Birmingham’s creativeness. Please. Go on 4Talent Central Film Weekender As part of the Hello Digital festival the local 4Talent folk have put together some film events at the Electric … [Read more…]
Hello World is: Birminghamâ€™s international digital media conference, held at Millennium Point from October 23-24 as part of the Hello Digital festival Tickets at the talks are free but, given the calibre of some of the speakers (impressive bods from Flickr, Pixar, Channel 4 and so on), really will need to be booked online pretty … [Read more…]
The full site for Hello Digital (23-26 October 2008) is now up with all the event info and other gubbins you’d expect. It’s been put together by talented localers Made Media, Maverick, Fluid & Stef Lewandowski.