WORLD There are all the reasons in the world to travel the world. Literally! The world is a beautiful place and it must have crossed your mind at least once to see the wonders it offers. What’s stopping you from travelling to these wondrous places? We are sure you have your reasons, here are a few of ours why you totally should travel.
WORLD ‘Mindless Crowd’ is a collage of drone footage combined with a voiceover from the 1960s. The short film examines the different patterns and various formations which human civilisation has shaped on the surface of planet earth. It therefore uses only one single perspective, the top view. A 4-minute film by German (from Nürnberg) director Jacco Kliesch. Be curious and watch it!
BERLIN This is a story of one day in a miniature Berlin. Put your headphones, take a breath and dive into the symphony of the German capital city like never seen before. MiniLook Berlin is a 6-minute short documentary independently made by Okapi creative studio, in the past 2 years: 21 days of shooting and 142.069 still photos. A great work. Watch it, you’ll love it!
Exactly! Write a letter to your future self, take action, receive it 365 days from today. May your resolutions come true! And always remember: “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” * P.S. Happy New Year dear Friends, CCTzens & CCTravellers, from Everywhere! #SeeCity & Love, CCTeam
Santa Claus is coming back to town and we also want to spread some #Christmas cheer… So, we wish you’ll sing these #Carols LOUD for all to hear! ✨🎶🎄🎶✨ Love, CCTeam
VENEZIA Quando si pensa al capoluogo veneto non può non venirci in mente il suo più illustre cittadino: quel Giacomo Casanova che con le sue gesta e le sue parole ha contribuito a rendere ancor più affascinante la celebre città lagunare.
NORWAY ‘A Nordic Skater’ is a short film by Paulius Neverbickas, filmmaker with a big passion for action sports and camping in the wilderness, who’s always trying to inspire people to go outside and enjoy the beauty of nature. Exactly like in his last work featuring Per Sollerman, a photographer who has been skating on frozen lakes and fjords for the past 10 years, because: “It is rooted deep in our bones that we need to be out in the nature”. Watch this story!
BLACKBURN Through memories and reflections, the stories associated with three abandoned buildings and their modern counterparts are used to look at what unites and divides the people of this industrial northern town of England. From Brexit to race, industry to ageing, sometimes funny, sometimes affecting, always engaging. A 15-minute documentary commissioned by the Arts Council and directed by award winning London based director Liam Saint-Pierre (originally from Blackburn).