By Andrew Culture A couple of years ago had you been treated to a view of my living room on one particular December night you would have witnessed a scene not unlike most evenings in this the most softly furnished of rooms in my modest house. As on … [Read more...] about The curious case of the late night knocker.
By Andrew Culture An old cliché dictates that life imitates art; evidence around these parts would hint that life in fact irritates art. As is the way with small local newspapers - not that you could really class our output as art as such - but one … [Read more...] about Duck stuck in fence
I've started using a screen break timer program that forces me to take a few minutes away from the screen at least once an hour, so I thought I'd see if I could make a short video in that time. The actual video only took about two minutes to shoot, … [Read more...] about Screen Break Video #001 | The Bluetones ‘If’
Journalist Dr Sam L Page and myself (Andrew Culture) nipped over to a mate's house in Dartmouth MA to say hullo then drove down to Washington for the Obama Inauguration. We're writing a book about it at the moment, but in the meantime here's the road … [Read more...] about Sam and Andrew’s Obama Inauguration Adventure – The crappy video
At a date in the near future, the world is wallowing in the deepest financial recession since time began. Expressing moral disgust at the government for bailing out large banking institutions the British public are staging the largest revolt since … [Read more...] about A Perilous U-turn? by Andrew Culture
The Listener is a short film made in 1991 (I think) by Dan Foden, Tom Bell, Me (andrew culture) and Matt Bell. A tale of betrayal and heartlessness in the upper echelons of gangland London in the early 1960s. Filmed in and around Wickham Market … [Read more...] about The Listener, four kids, one camera and an old editing console