Olympic Stadium/BBC, 27th July 2012
This high-octane stop-frame countdown sting celebrating the energy and diversity of London was broadcast nationwide on the BBC and other networks at 20:59 on the 27th July 2012. It was also opened the Closing Ceremony two weeks later.
Olympic Stadium/BBC/Worldwide Broadcast, 27th July 2012
These live-action title stings headlined the creative sections in Danny Boyle's Olympic Opening Ceremony in London 2012. All of them were displayed on the vast screens in the stadium, synchronised with the action on stage, and many were cut in full-frame to the live worldwide broadcast.
V&A Museum, June 2011
A new commission from the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), this video installation is directed and devised by Katie Mitchell, and produced by 59. Leo Warner is the cinematographer and video designer for the project.
59 Productions / Film London / Channel 4 / UK Film Council
Winning prizes and praise at film festivals around the world, this short animation by regular 59 collaborator Joseph Pierce, and produced by 59, became one of 33 Oscar-eligible short animations in 2011.
Adalah / Oxfam GB / EU
Shot on location in Israel, 2005
A short documentary / advocacy film which highlights the plight of Arab citizens of Israel who live in villages that have been declared "unrecognized" by the state, and thereby deprived of basic facilities like water and healthcare.
Hardman Museum, Liverpool, 2005
This short documentary / informational film introduces viewers to the work of prolific Lancashire-based photographer Edward Chambre Hardman, and recreates some of his photographic techniques and processes.
DVD, 19th November 2012
After designing the video and animated content seen throughout the stadium for the 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony, 59 have now recreated some of the key projection sequences from the show, presented as special features for this DVD/Blu Ray commemorative box set.
Release January 2012
The Pub wins The World Animation Award at Leeds International Film Festival. The jury spokesperson said of the film, "The jury was unanimous in its praise of this film...Capturing a sincere and earnest slice of life, the film manages to be grotesque and beautiful, repulsive yet captivating – all the while being completely recognisable and grounded in reality."
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