Saturday, 21 November 2009

Jihad Milkshakes

Anjem Choudary is the unnervingly calm voice of the extreme Islamic sect Al-Muhajiroun. VBS met up with him in an East London park in the UK, where Choudary shared his views on promoting al-Qaeda’s just-right-of-center ideology over milkshakes. Most of the major news outlets have branded Choudary as a “hate preacher” who wants to kill all non-Muslims. He didn’t help matters much when he recently called for the assassination of the Pope. But Choudary, a British citizen, claimed between sips that he’s mostly interested in sharing the religion of peace with the West by bringing Sharia Law to the United Kingdom—and by turning Buckingham Palace into a beautiful mosque.

The Electrophobes

Edit for VBS.TV
Being allergic to electricity isn’t a death sentence, but it is a lifetime-of-boredom sentence.

Thursday, 29 October 2009

Createurs du futur

Have a look at a series of films I worked on about some very serious Frenchmen.
(if you can't speak French it might all be a bit lost on you though)

Thursday, 24 September 2009

All done with mirrors.

Don't you hate it when you look back at the footage, and realise you didn't see yourself in the reflection in the background? Fucking amateurs, man....

Tuesday, 15 September 2009

The Slaves of Dubai - VBS.TV

Interview with BBC reporter Ben Anderson on his trip to the labour camps of Dubai.

Directed and Edited for VBS.TV

Stelarc: The Man With Three Ears.

Directed and shot By Nick Ahlmark for VBS
Edited by Jim Demuth

The Deer Hunter - VBS.TV

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Alex Miller heads to the Scottish Highlands to kill one of God’s most beautiful animals.


1st Edit for VBS.TV

VBS correspondent Jamie Hedgeson goes to the desolate factory town of Bolton in the UK to report on the music phenomenon called Donk.

Kobayashi (001)

Music by Kobayashi
Video by Stephanie Tasker & Jim Demuth

Match Fit

A short film about the players of Tottenham Hotspur Foundation's Reach 2 Teach Project, exploring what motivates them to play in their unique circumstances.

Produced and directed by Tom Wilde
Edited By Jim Demuth