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Have your say on the 2015 Playable City Award Shortlist

Tue 19 May, 2015
Whispering Cloud, one of the shortlisted projects for the Playable City Award 2015

Were you one of the thousands of people who played, danced and shaped their shadows under streetlights last year? Perhaps you struck up a conversation with a lamp post in the summer of 2013? These projects - Shadowing and Hello Lamp Post - are previous winners of our Playable City Award and we've just announced the seven shortlisted projects for this year - now you, the people who play, can have your say on the lot.



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Watch See No Evil’s official video “Who’s Lenny?”

Following the premiere screening of See No Evil’s official documentary Who’s Lenny? here at Watershed on Mon 3 Oct, the video is now available to watch online. See No Evil shone international light on Bristol during the 18 -20 Aug 2011 and saw over 60 renowned street artists from across the globe transform Nelson Street into the UK’s largest street art installation. Hurricane Media captured the event as it unfolded.

Who’s Lenny? includes exclusive, visually stunning behind the scene shots from the week long installation.  Hurricane Media’s John Lanyon directed the video using the latest filming technology, so viewers get a bird’s eye view of the street. Meanwhile the time lapse, filmed across four days and nights, shows the artwork come to life right before your eyes.

The documentary also features interviews with international, world class artists, from El Mac to Tat’s Cru and Nick Walker and focuses on both See No Evil and the history of Bristol’s graffiti culture, finishing with the answer to the age old question ‘Who’s Lenny?’ The trailer, which was filmed and edited on the weekend of the event has already gone viral on Youtube with over 47,600 views. Hurricane Media hope for the same success with the 16 minute documentary which captures the electric atmosphere and unorthodox spirit of Bristol.

Simon Cook, Cabinet Member Arts and Culture, Bristol City Council talks about See No Evil

“See No Evil has successfully transformed a drab city centre street into a tourist attraction, whilst providing an interesting and exciting place for Bristol’s residents. We place high importance on cultural development within the city and consequently Bristol pushes boundaries with innovative, imaginative and forward thinking events; we hope this video will demonstrate this to an even wider audience.”

Jon Mowart from Hurricane Media talks in more detail about the video;

“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."

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