3 October 2011 - 3:42pm | posted by | 0 comments

Hurricane Media to launch film on See No Evil event

Hurricane Media to launch film on See No Evil eventHurricane Media to launch film on See No Evil event

Hurricane Media is tonight launching a film of the See No Evil event which took place in Bristol in August.

The 'See No Evil: Who's Lenny' film documents the street art instillation and explains how once outlawed graffiti artist have now come to critical acclaim and how one group in particular, were invited to paint the courts of law in which they were once convicted for their art.  

Hurricane Media was appointed sponsor of the £80,000 regeneration event by Bristol City Council and made the film utilising a range of techniques including wirecam technology, time-lapse photography and 24-hour live coverage.

Jon Mowat, MD and founder of Hurricane Media, said: “It’s a pleasure to be involved with a project as pioneering as See No Evil which challenges attitudes towards both art and our environment.

“Bristol’s creative drive and passion is second to none and any opportunity to highlight that at an international level simply must be supported.”

The film will premiere at a private viewing at the Watershed, Bristol on the tonight, and will be available publically tomorrow on YouTube and on the Hurricane Media website

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