Mahaneela for It's Nice That

Mahaneela is a multi-disciplinary artist working predominantly in film and photography to provide a different perspective of representation. Creating content for some of the most influential brands in the world from Converse to Eurostar, Mahaneela has also photographed artists from the likes of FKA Twigs and Sampha in her distinctively intimate style. The artist’s most recent triumph is co-directing a 30-minute documentary about the Mercury Prize nominated album Everything is Recorded. Mahaneela and directing duo Child (Tayo Rapoport and Josh Renaut) seamlessly edit personal interviews with photography and improvisational recording sessions to document the raw musical energy that makes up the acclaimed album... 

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Billy Boyd Cape / Stella McCartney Collaboration

With the help of Billy Boyd Cape, Stella McCartney has launched a new trainer created using 100% recyclable materials.   

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Novemba Score Raindance Nominations

The world premiere of Blair & Oliver’s feature documentary, Team Khan will be taking place during the Raindance Festival later this month.  The film premieres on Saturday 29th September – details here:

Team Khan follows Amir Khan over three fights, perfectly illustrating how fine a line there is between global success and failure.  The film is nominated for Best British Film and Best Cinematography.

Everything Is Recorded

Mahaneela’s recent work "Everything Is Recorded”, made in collaboration with CHILD, intimately captures the evolution and creation of Everything Is Recorded’s Mercury Prize Shortlisted debut album told by the musicians directly involved. The documentary film features exclusive interviews with Richard Russell and his musical collaborators, unseen behind-the-scenes footage of the recording sessions (featuring Baluji Shrivastav, Ben Reed, Giggs, Green Gartside, Ibeyi, Infinite Coles, Joe Brown, Lil C, Mela Murder, Nubya Garcia, Obongjayar, Peter Gabriel, Sampha, Tic, Wiki, Yazz Ahmed and Richard Russell) and a cinematic documentation of Everything Is Recorded’s debut live shows. The project vividly conveys the spirit of the studio sessions but goes beyond the music into something deeper, capturing the pure essence of collaboration and exploring what it is to be human; the relationships we have with ourselves and others, the victories and anxieties both big and small. 

Previously presented exclusively via Boiler Room’s 4:3 Platform you can now watch here.

Pride in Piccadilly Circus

Billy Boyd Cape’s film for Pride in London was shown on the big screen on Piccadilly Circus over the weekend.  It is the first time a piece of work has been screened with sound on the famous London landmark.

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