This month's features

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The Snake and the Stallion
The Snake and the Stallion

Special Offer : The Price of Kings Films 1 & 2
Special Offer : The Price of Kings Films 1 & 2

Punk Drunk Love
Punk Drunk Love

How to Start a Revolution
How to Start a Revolution

C'était un Rendezvous 2013
C'était un Rendezvous 2013

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  • Policeman threatened with Citizens Arrest

  • Badass Burka Bass

    You may not have heard of secretive Swedish collective “Goat" but check out the badass burkha-wearing bass player with a fatwa-defying groove in the video below.

    Our researchers for No God Rising found the Qu'ran strangely silent on consequences for a funk-filled Burka getting down with psychedelic pagan whirling dervishes - maybe it's kosher so long as you're only cross-dressing? Bootsy Collins may know. Answers on a postcard please.

    The live sound recording's a bit ropey (best listened to on headphones) but just seeing Goat blow the roof off the sucker with their sheer exuberance must put fear in the heart any fatwa-weilding Ayatollah with an itch to scratch.

    Danish cartoonists eat your heart out...

  • The Virgin Birth and the Refugee

    Always nice to find an overlap between projects. Digging through the archives whilst researching for No God Rising we found yet another explanation for the holy scriptures amongst our unit photography whilst filming at a Palestinian refugee camp in the West Bank for The Price of Kings...


    Joanna Natasegara wearing Yasser Arafats jacket with Munib al Musri while filming in the West Bank for The Price of Kings

    A massive congrats to Spirit Level Film alumni Joanna Natasegara and the team behind "Virunga" on their Oscar nomination for best documentary - a fantastic achievement!

    Jo joined us for The Ministry of Truth in 2006 and stayed the course [with adventures too numerous to mention along the way] through to our most recent series - The Price of Kings.

    Here's hoping the Oscar nomination turns into a very well deserved statuette and sees Jo on stage (probably wearing something other than Yasser Arafat's favourite jacket - though we wouldn't put it past her).

    And if you're wondering, yes - that really is Arafat's jacket. The gentleman with Jo is Munib Al Musri - one of Arafat's early financial backers - whilst filming for The Price of Kings in the West Bank. But that's another story.

    If you haven't seen Virunga yet - check it out on Netflix.