Elcid Asaei

Elcid Asaei

Director, editor and producer in London, England
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Back to Basics: Official Music Video

A magical music video for the NICOLA Talent Factory singer and songwriter, Jordan Jackson. When Alice is stuck in a rut, and her life has hit rock bottom, an angel appears out of the television set and transports her from her dire straits into a simpler and more colourful world, where her troubles begin to fade away, and she finds her way back to reality in better spirits.

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Piranha - the Official Teaser

The first official teaser from the upcoming short film, Piranha. For more insight on the film, check out the official Piranha website (www.piranhamovement.com), our IMDb page (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2971690), and our Facebook fan page ...

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Piranha: Behind the Scenes

An exclusive behind the scenes look at the highly anticipated experimental short film, Piranha. Support the movement: www.piranhamovement.com

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Feral Youth - official book trailer

Best-selling novelist and commentator Polly Courtney released her new novel, Feral Youth, on the 26th of June 2013. The book is the first novel of its kind to to be based on the England Riots, and looks critically at the causes of the chaos through the eyes of the main character Alesha.

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My 2012 Dream

An insight into sport and religion as the London 2012 Olympics coincide with Ramadan, the Muslim month of fasting. Abdulazeez Buhari (Great Britain, Discus), discusses how Islam has played a part in his career, the importance of his wife and how he recovered from an injury by changing sports.

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Think

A young girl is playing with a green VW toy car, moving it through a toy village when suddenly one-by-one the trees begin to fall down and die, and she doesn't understand why.

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Revolutionary Roads / Rahayeh Enghelab

One year from the controversial re-election of Ahmadinejad and the violent clampdown against peaceful protests in Iran, Revolutionary Roads (or Rahayeh Enghelab in Farsi), snapshots a group of young Green Movement activists as they gather outside a nondescript building in a quiet corner of inner-city London, standing in opposition to a 'cultural' event which they accuse of being a front for regime-sponsored propaganda in the UK.

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