Ifatunde’s beautiful song : Neglecting a Child will soon be released.
With it we have made a music video.
Great evening and thank you to Deptford Cinema for screening our film.
Here are a few photos:
We had a great turn out on Fri 8 Dec at the Cinema Museum, Elephant and Castle.
A lot of support for the film and we hope to roll out a tour of the film in 2018.
Thanks to Bellatrix and Potent whisper for their splendid performances and very poignant!
THANK YOU from all of us at WoolfeVsion.
Here’s a few stills from the premiere by www.hungryvisuals.co.uk
We have finally got this far!
Concrete Soldiers is premiering on the 8 Dec.
Here’s a short teaser for the film.
Our Grenfell film is showing at MIMA Institute
in the IDEA HOME SHOW….
The Housing Question addresses social issues relating to housing across the twentieth century and in the present. It features art, project case studies, writing, film, printed matter and archive materials dealing with living conditions, architecture and urban spaces under capitalism.
Grenfell film amongst others showing at the ICA….
Nikita is showing her films at ASH’s residency at ICA
Woolfe.vision is proud to present a film about the Grenfell disaster.
On 22 June 2017, ASH [Architects for Social Housing ] called a meeting to discuss what really happened with the Grenfell Tower when it burned down on the 14th June. The human true toll is yet unknown. The discussion which follows not only highlights the technical causes but also the political and corporate failures of a system which is failing.
Here’s what was covered:
1Technical causes of the Grenfell Tower fire.
2 Bureaucratic and Political decisions that led to the Grenfell Tower fire.
3 The fire safety of Council Blocks
4 Opposing Estate Demolition and listening to Residents
Produced by Woolfe.vision Camera: Luc Beloix and Nikita Woolfe
Additional footage by Dan Davies @ Banyak
Woolfe.Vision © all rights reserved 2017
The so called legal highs, now banned from shops are still rife in communities across the UK, yet too many people are still in the dark about the dangers associated with them. The ‘legal highs’
now illegal with the advent of the Psychoactive Substances Act in 2016 are also called Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPSes) NPS are drugs which were designed to replicate the effects of illegal substances like cannabis, cocaine and ecstasy.
“Dummies Guide to Spice and other Novel Psychoactive Substances” is made with the help from St Martins’ service users and experts to highlight the hazards that these substances pose when consumed. Including an interview with an ex-user:
“My tongue is all cut up…..”
“My family started avoiding me….”
“I spent 8 years in hospital….”
This film gives a much needed picture of the situation today in a brief and accessible format.Made for schools and other organisations who are struggling with the issues presented.
The experts who work at the forefront of NPS mis-use have plenty of harrowing stories and advide to give…
“Controlling it is going to come from informed choices…”
So why is it that every politician promises us more affordable housing and we end up getting less and less? The answer is viability assessments; the dark art of tweaking the numbers to make developments look less viable than they really are. The 35% Campaign and Woolfe.Vision have produced this short film explaining the basics of how developers cook the books and how they get away with it.
Produced by WV in association with 35% Campaign.