SLOW HUE TV

Just to prove that anyone can be a Film Maker - have a look at our examples of Slow TV.

Film buffs will of course know that the late, great Andy Warhol pioneered Slow tv with the release of his 8 hour slow motion film of the Empire State Building in New York, entiled: "Empire" in 1964, but more recently in Scandanavia (specifically Norway) there's been an ever increasing movement called slow tv.

Slow tv in case you don't know, is unedited footage of, well, of anything, from waves breaking on the shore, to train rides, sunrises to sunsets - anything goes. Critics say that "nothing happens", but this is far from the truth - everything is in a constant state of change.

Whatever you think of slow tv, it can be stimulating, relaxing, entertaining and boring all at the same time. Either way, anyone with a camera can contribute to our SLOW HUE TV channel - just send us a link and we'll show it here - we will also add music (or not) and of course, give you a credit! Let us know what you think.

 

COLD TRAWL

 

SLOW TRAIN COMING

JOURNEY FROM A BRITISH MUNICIPAL COMMUTER TRAIN DURING THE WINTER, WITH SOME QUIRKY EXPLANATIONS THROWN IN!

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HOLY ROAD

Holy Island in Northumberland England can only be reached by a causeway which is completely flooded twice a day. This is a time-lapse of the tide coming in and covering the road. There are escape towers on stilts along the road for those unfortunate (or stupid) enough to risk the crossing and get caught.

 

 

SLOW TRAIN 2

Let's go around again!

 

 

BIG SKY

A wide angle sunset on a blustery day.

 

 

NEW WAVE

The Labrador is of course, a 'water dog' and will quite happily fetch sticks and swim all day in the sea ... but the temperature of the sea here off the North East coast of England is just above freezing!

 

 

HOLY WATER

Holy Island in Northumberland England can only be reached by a causeway which is completely flooded twice a day. This is a time-lapse of the tide coming in and covering the road. There are escape towers on stilts along the road for those unfortunate (or stupid) enough to risk the crossing and get caught.

 

POLAR DANCING

A city in Northern Europe, early March. The weather is harsh and cold, but if you are full of the drink, that doesn't matter. Who said white men can't dance?