A strange band of interior dwellers are emerging from in front of their monitors and game consoles. Blinking in the light of (what we hope is) a new dawn, they have switched off and unplugged and are slowly getting to grips with a thing called ‘reality’.
How does the stressed-out city dweller escape and unwind? A rural ramble is a nice idea on a Sunday afternoon – a quiet stroll into the country and into a pub. But what about mid-week, mid-work, mid-mayhem?
Climate Kid is the world’s first environmental mutant superhero. Or at least he will be in a few million years if we don’t find ways to adapt to climate change. Watch the fabulously futuristic film we made with UNICEF narrated by broadcaster Jon Snow about an ordinary kid evolving extraordinary body parts to adapt to extreme climate changes.
SAVED is a new initiative from Green Thing where unwanted and unloved T-shirts are Saved from waste by adding a hand-stitched design and story that makes them wanted and loved again. Now it’s time to dig out that abandoned T-shirt and send it to Green Thing where we will love it, pet it, recycle it, and give it a new home.
The story of a man with a gun and a mission – to eliminate all instances of unseasonal vegetable consumption.
His name is Rob, he hates the taste of animals, he hates saddos with too many gadgets and he hates his mother for always nagging him to drive up and see her. He is the man who does all the right things but for all the wrong reasons. Play his video confession – and yes he does eat his cat.
Stand by for Plug Out Boy. Created by the brilliant and brilliantly-named animator Ricky Martin, Plug Out Boy is a boy on a non-power trip to Plug Out everything that shouldn’t be on. That he is a line drawing on post-it notes sticking to walls shouldn’t obscure the fact that he is a hero we should all try and be like.
This Moosnight special report featured some best of breed production including lighting by Richard Laing, cow heads by Jeff Cliff Model Effects, sound by Stuart Bunce, sound mix by Iain Grant, graphic sequence by A Productions, post production by Magic Films and writing and direction by the inimitable Michael Wright. No humans were harmed or eaten during the production.
A second installation by Michael Wright featuring no noodles, one laptop, two monitors, a face sliced in three, a Japanese accent and another sucking pun. Michael Wright each shot in one take only for minimum production suction.