Anti-war film about the social cleansing of people in London's Council estates.
Starved of funds by central government, councils and housing associations are entering into deals with private developers in which, instead of renovating estates, they are being demolished and rebuilt.
The developers make huge profits, but existing tenants, and leaseholders are squeezed out, socially cleansed from their homes, and often from the boroughs in which they have lived for years, for decades, or for their whole lives.
and other novel psychoactive substances
Running time: 13 min
Produced by Nikita Woolfe/Lyn Turner
Directed by Nikita Woolfe/Lyn Turner
Cinematography by Nikita Woolfe
Edited by Nikita Woolfe
a Four Corners Film / St Martin of Tours production in association with WoolfeVision.
The so called legal highs, now banned from shops are still rife in communities across the UK, yet too many people are still in the dark about the dangers associated with them. 'Legal highs', now illegal with the Psychoactive Substances Act in 2016, are also called Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPSes)
This film gives a picture of the situation today in a brief and accessible format.
Made for families, schools, and other organisations who are struggling with the issues presented.
The experts who work at the forefront of NPS mis-use have plenty of harrowing stories and advice to give...
25 years ago, Robert Clayton went to Lion Farm estate near Birmingham, what he saw he photographed. Now in anticipation of his photographic book 'Estate', Robert goes back to re-visit the estate and the people to see what has changed.
Narrated by JONATHAN MEADES
What makes a teacher inspiring and able to encourage children to learn, IT'S VERY SIMPLE...
"...what is important is not what a teacher teaches but who he is....."
Running time: 81min
Produced/Directed by Nikita Woolfe
Produced by Woolfe.vision
Camera: Luc Beloix and Nikita Woolfe
Additional footage by Dan Davies @ Banyak
Woolfe.Vision © all rights reserved 2017
On 22 June 2017, ASH [Architects for Social Housing] called a meeting to discuss what really happened with the Grenfell Tower when it burned down on the 14th June 2017.
The discussion which follows not only highlights the technical causes but also the political and corporate failures of a system which is failing.
Ifatunde's beautiful and haunting song;'Neglecting a Child' speaks about the neglect of children which is happening all over the world; parents too absorbed in their own worlds, be it TV, mobile phones or designer clothes. 'Neglecting a child' hits a raw nerve. Let's hope this music video will do it justice.
'Mirrors' was filmed and made in under a week. The whole team behind the video had a challenge in trying to create the in-front of camera sfx that was required.
But we did it and thank you to everyone for making such a great video.
We made' video of the week' by English Rain Records Jan 2017 (http://www.englishrainrecords.com)
THE DARK ART OF VIABILITY
- how developers are depriving us of affordable housing
Social media video
NikitaWoolfe © Copyright 2018 All Rights Reserved.