Cityfied

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Cityfied is an upcoming film on the urban art and wildlife culture in the city of Bristol, South West England. The city is well known for its extensive range of graffiti art and its significant fox populations have been featured on mainstream channels like BBC’s Autumnwatch and Channel 4’s Foxes Live. Cityfied will look at these fascinating elements and more to determine what it is they share in common.

Please check back regularly on Wild Times Media or Cityfied Vimeo Channel for video previews and trailers.

The second trailer for Cityfied takes a closer look at some of the night time activities of the elusive foxes and graffiti artists of Bristol.

 

So, after three years of studying wildlife & media at university and nearly a year in the making, here is my final production Cityfied, a documentary on urban appreciation in my glorious hometown of Bristol. Please watch, share and enjoy!

CITYFIED adj. – the characteristic of or adjusted to an urban environment.

Renowned for its vibrant selection of graffiti art and a hub for wildlife and media, the Southwest city of Bristol embraces a diverse range of people and cultures. Past the commonplace scenes of traffic jams, shopping malls and suburban neighbourhoods are graffiti artists, peregrine falcons, painters, badgers and the elusive red foxes. These elements are the characteristics of this urban environment and some of the key components that have shaped Bristol into a remarkable and inspirational city to live in.

Filmed and produced by James Ewing | Wild Times Media

2 responses to “Cityfied

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