WhittyGordon Projects

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Open Call For Short Films Inspired by Food
Whitty Gordon are hosting a film night at The Lewisham Arthouse on Friday 11th July. We are looking for short films 5 minutes or under inspired by food. Any interpretation is welcome. The films will be shown as a showreel in the gallery part of the pop up café at The Lewisham Arthouse http://www.lewishamarthouse.org.uk/  To submit your work or for more information please email links to your films to whittygordonprojects@gmail.com by June 26th. 

Open Call For Short Films Inspired by Food

Whitty Gordon are hosting a film night at The Lewisham Arthouse on Friday 11th July. We are looking for short films 5 minutes or under inspired by food. Any interpretation is welcome. The films will be shown as a showreel in the gallery part of the pop up café at The Lewisham Arthouse http://www.lewishamarthouse.org.uk/ 

To submit your work or for more information please email links to your films to whittygordonprojects@gmail.com by June 26th. 


Short film about what we do.

The Yard lies in the heart of the Tel Aviv community Downtown Kingston. Alec Champagnie struggles to set up an NGO Yabba Pot Productions as a space to learn new skills and bring a positive influence for his community to express themselves creatively.

 

Vincent is a short film about an 83 year old Jamaican man living in Downtown Kingston. He gives us his recipe for a long and happy life which is healthy living, keeping the brain active and keeping his women young.

Vincent is a short film about an 83 year old Jamaican man living in Downtown Kingston. He gives us his recipe for a long and happy life which is healthy living, keeping the brain active and keeping his women young.

Yabba Pot is a short documentary exploring life of a Rasta, Alec Champagne in downtown Kingston. The film looks at how difficult it is to survive in Kingston through the eyes of one man, Alec. Alec explains his hopes and aspirations for his children and his own future by setting up his own small business in the heart of the market area.

Yabba Pot provides a brief taste of the hussle and bussle of Kingston with its colourful and vibrant, yet edgy and dangerous undercurrents.

The film explores the unseen side of Jamaica, which is very much off the beaten tourist track.