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My Playground

The sport of Parkour is a holistic form of urban escapade that pushes traditional thinking around human interaction with the built environment. Its practitioners, freerunners, are playful and tactile, who re-imagine space through interjections of their vast urban playgrounds. MY PLAYGROUND by Kaspar Astrup Schröder is a compelling film that presents the story behind Copenhagen’s urban sports and activity park ‘Plug N Play’ and the world’s first parkour park. Continue reading

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Lost & Found items from Japan’s 311 earthquake

On March 11, 2011, a 9.0 magnitude earthquake off the Pacific coast of Tōhoku, Japan, hit the country. It triggered tsunami waves that devastated the eastern shores sweeping 25 million tonnes of debris into the Pacific Ocean. Toronto-based filmmakers John Choi and Nicolina Lanni have developed the film LOST & FOUND that looks to reunite recovered belongings with their original owners. Continue reading

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