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Guerilla Art

The one hour documentary film features interviews with the most influential street artists including Banksy, os gemeos, Invader, Barnstormers, WK Interact, Zevs and André. Street art pioneers Futura, the late Ramm:ell:zee and Blek Le Rat discuss their work, and how street art has become a recognised art form born out of the days of subway train graffiti, spraypainting and tagging.

Filmed in New York, London, Paris, Sao Paulo and Tokyo the film shows the artists street savvy survival tactics and their work in action such as Zevs practising his "Visual Attacks" on advertising billboards in the centre of Paris. Also featuring collector Agnés B, Espo, Miss Van, Noki and Eine. Narration by Tim Marlow.

57min - Production 2009

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  • Excerpts from the limited edition GUERILLA ART book

Samurai Headhunters

For over a thousand years, the Samurai have been celebrated as an aristocratic warrior class. Exceptionally skilled and loyal until death, their very name has become a byword for honour and dignity. Now, for the first time on television, we reveal the unknown dark side of the Samurai - a fascinating tale of greed, treachery, extreme cruelty and violent death.

Based on newly discovered Samurai war manuals, the drama documentary reconstructs the life of a young peasant farmer who is press-ganged into a warlord’s army. Driven by his love for a village girl of noble birth, young Masa quickly rises through the ranks from simple foot soldier to venerated Samurai commander. But his reward is to be one of betrayal, lies and finally forced suicide by his fellow Samurai.

53min - Production 2013

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Ninja Shadow Warriors

Unearthing the true history, unique military skills and ancient traditions behind the infamous Ninja, a small band of rebellious mountain villagers, who were a constant thorn in the side of the Samurai warrior clans.

The drama documentary tells the intriguing story of Ninja boy Tanba who was trained by his grandfather to become one of the most feared warriors in ancient Japan. Experts include British and Japanese historians as well as Master Kawakami, one of the last (if not only) surviving Ninja masters, who demonstrates for the first time on television the unrivalled tricks the Ninja used to fool their enemies.

52min - Production 2012

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