‘Build a boat from a city’s waste, take it to the source of the city’s river – the river without which the city would not exist – and row the boat back.’ This is the Hudson River Project, a film (and enterprise) by Antony Crook and James Bowthorpe that intends to connect, to join the city with the natural world from which it came. Why should the two be seen as separate?

To learn more, and to help fund the film, visit the Hudson River Project website.


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by TOAST ( 17.04.12 )

By Nick Seaton


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by TOAST ( 27.02.12 )

Bombay Beach is a film set apart. Where most documentaries show us events as they really happened, give us facts and carefully sign-posted opinion, Bombay Beach weaves fact with imagination, pure observation with choreographed dance, reality with dreams. And in doing so finds a truth much greater than simple fact…


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by TOAST ( 09.02.12 )

A small film, by our very good friends Muir and Osborne. Knitted, filmed, edited and composed by Muir in celebration of their new book Best in Show: Knit Your Own Cat. A worthy pastime if ever there was one.


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by TOAST ( 13.09.11 )
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by TOAST ( 08.08.11 )

Filmed on our spring summer 2011 shoot…


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by TOAST ( 15.06.11 )

The film we watched and reviewed way back in September last year finally goes on general release today…


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by TOAST ( 20.05.11 )

A preview film for our spring summer 2011 season. Filmed on our photographic shoot across Mediterranean lands… To browse the corresponding photographs see our catalogue here

With many thanks to Nick Seaton and Joe Zeitlin for the film and music respectively.


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by TOAST ( 03.02.11 )

Home-made Spacecraft from Luke Geissbuhler on Vimeo.
A home-made journey into space. Courtesy of Brooklynite father, Luke Geissbuhler, and his seven-year-old son, Max. The rest is best left to them…


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by TOAST ( 05.11.10 )

Calvino’s book Invisible Cities imagines a conversation between a tired, aged but powerful Kublai Khan and the explorer Marco Polo as Polo describes those cities in his empire that Khan will never reach. Though the cities described are fantastical, unreal and metaphorical, many speculate that each is a comment on that city of cities, Venice…


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by TOAST ( 06.09.10 )
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