Film Night At Theatre Peckham

We’re proud to announce that we are working with CFFF to turn Theatre Peckham into a pop-up Cinema! With live performance events and venues, still in lockdown, since the Corona Virus hit the industry and of course, the world, we wanted to do something. We’re creatives, so we try to create solutions.

For our first outing together as The Reel TP, will be our screening of hip hop doc, Fresh Dressed (2015). It features big names such as Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, ASAP Rocky, and Sean “Puffy” Combs, talking about their reach for freedom of expression and a better life by a culture that refused to be squashed, would, through sheer originality and swagger, take over the mainstream.

We’ll also be introducing local talent who are trying to make their mark in the industry.

We think it’s important to support our local event spaces and communities to ride this storm and hope that you can join us to find a way back to normal.

Watch the trailer here below.

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Animated Short About A Boy Coming Out Goes Viral

In a Heartbeat is a new animated short which has totally gone viral giving hope to a world currently feels overwhelmingly full of intolerance and hate.

Created by Ringling College of Art and Design students, Beth David and Esteban Bravo, In a Hearbeat was part of their computer animation thesis. However this neat little cartoon has now become much more of than just a college project.

It deals with a young boy struggling to come to terms with his feelings for a handsome peer, a topic never previously explored by animated film, and features an adorable jumping heart. In just 4 minutes, it captures the experience of not just LGBTQ youth, but also people who are shy or not forthcoming with displaying how they feel, and shows them that there’s nothing to be afraid of.

The Florida students managed to successfully crowdfund almost 5 times their original estimated costs to produce the film through Kickstarter, and their hard work is paying off. Since it was uploaded to YouTube, In a Heartbeat has racked up over 5 million views, and there are already calls for a sequel.

To me it’s so well done because it doesn’t even need words or dialogue to say what’s happening. To me it has taken the internet by storm purely because it’s not about the characters coming out, but down to the basic yet overwhelming feeling of your heart jumping out of your chest when something means so much to you. In fact it reminds me of an illustration I did earlier in the year…

All in all a really nice emotive piece. Nicely done guys!

For more info visit: FacebookTumblrBeth DavidEsteban Bravo

Let me know what you think below.

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