This is a video diary describing what Saleh did on the day of Eid, which is a Muslim celebration similar to Christmas. Within the camp, the mood was sombre, and Saleh describes it as the ‘worst feasts “Eid” in my life’. He was unable to communicate with the rest of his family in Syria, or […]
What We’ve Done hooked up with BBC1Xtra to interview the stars of their live broadcast sessions at The Hackney Picturehouse. As part of a deeper analysis into why the 2011 riots kicked of, WWD asked various celebrities their views on police stop and search. Jamie Howard and Jason Lewis are well-known comedians on the circuit. […]
WFC Hackney crew get to the root of what it means to skate, the rules of the park and the feeling when you master a trick. Shot on Nokia N8 devices, this was made after only one week of learning how to make films
The Kaltcha Pioneers make a promo for the fantastic NGO, Grassroot Soccer, that uses football to spreakd HIV preventon message amongst youth across the world. A huge shout out to Grassroot Soccer and all the amazing work they do!
South Africa has seen a strong growth in interest in Hip Hop music and the emergence of the underground scene is very strong. Heads and Raps takes a look at the underground Hip Hop scene that’s providing SA’s youth with inspiration whilst advancing the movement.
In this episode of Word Iz, the WFC team profile Mic Substance. Graphics and archive footage enhance the story ad message of this artist’s lyrics. Word Iz chose a local music artist from the community and produced a music video / Vlog to accompany their performance. Word Iz was broadcast on Mxit, a South African […]