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‘NOT ON THESE STREETS’ AN ONLINE WEAPONS AWARENESS RESOURCE ‘NOT ON THESE STREETS’ is a weapons awareness resource strand created by Access moving Image and the young people of Leeds. The strand consists of music videos and documentary films exploring the issue of gun & knife crime viewable online. The whole project is dedicated to the memory of our friend, Pat Regan - the brightest light in the campaign against gun and knife crime. THE AIM OF THIS PROJECT IS TO SPREAD THE MESSAGE THAT GUN AND KNIFE CRIME IS A PROBLEM WE ALL MUST TACKLE TOGETHER. PLEASE JOIN THE FACEBOOK GROUP (NOT ON THESE STREETS), MAKE A COMMENT, INVITE YOUR FRIENDS GO TO THE MYSPACE.COM/NOTONTHESESTREETS PAGE TO DOWNLOAD THE TRACKS BY CAG AND OTHER LEEDS URBAN ARTISTS FOR FREE! LISTEN TO THE TRACKS, PASS THEM ON BY BLUETOOTH ON YOUR MOBILE, AND PASS ON THE MESSAGE! This is an online resource of films exploring gun & knife crime that can be used by schools, community groups, educational groups, and anyone else who wishes to use the films to support a weapons awareness event. A copy of the DVD package can be requested by contacting our assistant producer Lee Ramseyer: [email protected]/ 07814134313 WATCH THE FILMS ON TV ON: CHANNELU/ AKA (Sky 370) THE COMMUNITY CHANNEL (Sky 539, Virgin 233, Freeview 87) CURRENT TV (Sky 183. Virgin 155) WATCH THE FILMS ONLINE ON: http://current.com/users/AccessMovingImage.htm http://vimeo.com/channels/notonthesestreets http://www.youtube.com/user/AccessMovingImage http://www.myspace.com/notonthes_streets www.squidoo.com/NOT_ON_THESE_STREETS www.dailymotion.com/AMI_Leeds http://tv.oneworld.net/people/Access_Moving_Image http://www.muzu.tv/notonthesestreets JOIN THE GROUPS ON: http://www.myspace.com/notonthesestreets http://www.bebo.com/Profile.jsp?MemberId=8974318205 http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=69971171650 WE WANT THE FILMS ON MTV BASE AND KISS SO PLEASE WATCH THEM TO TOP UP THE VIEWS COUNTS ONLINE, POST COMMENTS SUPPORTING THE CAMPAIGN, AND KEEP AN EYE ON THE VIEW COUNTER IN THE RECENT NEWS MODULE ON THE LEFT OF THE SCREEN. The strand consists of: - Two music videos exploring the issue of gun and knife crime (i) – WHO’S TO BLAME (ii) – THESE STREETS - A short documentary film exploring young peoples experiences and opinions of gun and knife crime that was produced through consultation (iii) – WEAPONS? DISCUSS… A documentary about the brightest light in the campaign against gun and knife crime, Pat Regan (Coming soon) (iiii) – A DAY IN THE LIFE OF PAT REGAN CONTACT INFORMATION Lee Ramseyer-Bache l Assistant Producer l Access Moving Image Limited – NOT ON THESE STREETS Leeds Media Centre l Savile Mount l LEEDS l LS7 3HZ l +44 (0) 113 2007044 l +44 (0) 07814 134313 l [email protected] MAKING FILMS FOR PEOPLE MAKING FILMS WITH PEOPLE MAKING FILMS ABOUT PEOPLE THE MUSIC VIDEOS Who’s to blame (2009) This is a music promo that we completed as part of a DVD-based weapons awareness project. It was commissioned by Leeds City Council and co-financed by ourselves. It's a great video that really makes a statement about gun crime. The project was born out of our desire to provide targeted participants with a programme of activity that could help them improve upon their existing ICT skills, whilst collaborating to produce a resource for weapons awareness practitioners within the community, as well as supporting emerging musical artists from around the city. Who’s to blame poses this question as the catalyst for change. The music video provides the platform for the musicians to articulate their experiences and opinions on the problem of gun and knife crime amongst Britain's young people today. By embedding the positive message of weapons awareness within the music video platform, we aimed to speak to Britain's young people through a medium they recognise and appreciate. The video is shot on high specification prime lenses and is graded in a monochrome black and white. The video has a duration of 3 minutes 46 seconds. The project is dedicated to the memory of our friend, Pat Regan - the brightest light in the campaign against gun and knife crime. The beats were produced by J Million (Jemal Cohen). All artists collaborating on the track are part of the Leeds based urban music collective CAG (Cover All Grounds). CAG are K-One, J-Million, Dreadman and J Bravo. These streets (2009) This is a music promo that we completed as part of a DVD-based weapons awareness project. It was commissioned by Leeds City Council through their ERDF funded RouteMap project and co-financed by ourselves at the start of 2008. This project was born out of our desire to provide a high quality resource for weapons awareness practitioners within Leeds and West Yorkshire. The project also gave targeted participants a programme of activity that helped them develop their ICT skills and an opportunity to be a part of something positive. A secondary aim of the project was to support local musicians and artists by creating two broadcast quality video promos that we hoped would raise their profile and promote the weapons awareness agenda at the same time. All the films in this project are dedicated to the memory of our friend, Pat Regan - the brightest light in the campaign against gun and knife crime. The beats for this track were produced by Tom Stewart (Breaking The Illusion), whilst the artists collaborating on the track are Kockee K, Low-Key (Yorkshire Terrierz), Dogge (Yorkshire Terrierz), Norty, K-One (CAG), Lady Ai (Afro Physics) and Pat herself. THE DOCUMENTARIES ‘Weapons? Discuss...’ (2009) - THE CONSULTATION DOCUMENTARY Part of the 'NOT ON THESE STREETS' strand by Access Moving Image. The project was supported by the Leeds City Council and is dedicated to the memory of our friend, Pat Regan - the brightest light in the campaign against gun and knife crime. 'Weapons? Discuss...' is a consultation film made in collaboration with young people across Leeds. This film spearheads AMI's commitment to spreading the weapons awareness message amongst young people all over the UK. The film features on a forthcoming DVD project aimed directly at schools and youth groups. This will stands in stark contrast to the majority of films exploring the issue of gun and knife crime amongst Britain's young people as it was created through direct consultation with these young people. The film gives them a chance to articulate their opinions on the causation, culture, and future of gun and knife crime, and thus the film offers an insightful view into the reality of this problem faced by Britain's young people. The film was graded in a monochrome black and white and it was shot with high specification prime lenses. The project was born out of our desire to provide targeted participants with a programme of activity that could help them improve upon their existing ICT skills, whilst collaborating to produce a resource for weapons awareness practitioners within the community, as well as supporting emerging musical artists from around the city. The project is dedicated to the memory of our friend, Pat Regan - the brightest light in the campaign against gun and knife crime. ‘A day in the life of Pat Regan’(2009) – A documentary following Pat Regan as she attends the 2007 gun crime summit at 10 Downing street. Part of the 'NOT ON THESE STREETS' strand by Access Moving Image. The project was supported by the Leeds City Council and is dedicated to the memory of our friend, Pat Regan - the brightest light in the campaign against gun and knife crime. FEATURED ARTIST BIOGRAPHIES J. BRAVO moved from theatre into hip-hop after becoming inspired by poetry and has also worked in the community with the likes of Invizible Circle, LS7 Results, and Leeds Young Authors. The Leeds Young Authors group, from Chapeltown, were the first non-Americans to be invited to take part in the Brave New Voices competition in Los Angeles. His releases include Singles: THERAPY-Invisible Orchestra feat. J.Bravo- (First Word Records) 2004 TAKIN OVER-Junk Yard Tactics- (Invisible Circle Records) 2005 Albums: INNER. K-One has been singing and song writing since the age of six.... when he wrote and performed his own songs in school. As he matured he went on to attend singing classes and perform in many a show around Leeds. At the age of 12 he was in the chorus of the big musical production “Carnival Messiah"... Kyrann has gone on to win various talent and singing competitions as part of a group called "Young Nation". As time grew he expanded his musical interests which led him onto joining a hip hop group by the name of " The Colony" who later recorded an album also called " The Colony"...The group also toured Europe together ...after the tour the artists in the crew parted and moved on to individual projects. K-One's direction led him to form a garage crew by the name of "KG Crew”. They were very successful in Yorkshire performing in Leeds, Bradford and Huddersfield....during this time kyrann continued to perform in the theatre in productions such as "fame" in which he played the leading role of Tyrone Jackson. After a couple of years in the KG Crew K-One decided to part and pursue his own path by writing his current album "Natural Density"...he decided at this point to further his writing ability by joining a Leeds group of author/poets called the "Leeds Young Authors"...this led him to participate in a number of poetry slam competitions which gave him the chance to go to the states and be an ambassador for the UK... He excelled even further and appeared in another large production called "The Low Down" from which he secured an agent who got him a part in a successful Channel Four production called "Decisions"(Leah's Trial) in which he played the main character named Ronnie... After finishing college as the proud owner of distinctions in performing arts, he went on to work as a voice over artist for numerous Sky TV adverts. K-One has just finished recording his album and is now in the process of promoting his new project under the faction of C.A.G (Cover All Grounds) Be sure to watch his latest video 'Bounce' Dreadman comes from the ghetto (Chapeltown) in Leeds. He’s been doing hip-hop since 1999 when he and fellow artists started "The Colony" and made their first album. Dreadman, a Leeds College of Music graduate, honed his skills working on community projects after learning reggae-inspired hip-hop production at college. Dread is also a long term collaborator with the Paradise Steel Band, which was set up by his grandfather. Now there all doing solo projects; K-one "Natural Density" J. Bravo "Inner and "J.Bravo Fragment" Dreadman "Esoteric Hydroponics" and Taurus. They aim to break through the Leeds music scene! J - Million Jemal Cohen is a hip hop producer from Leeds and he is the producer behind C.A.G. An inspired and creative musician he has collaborated with numerous artists and he continues to develop and hone his skills. Tom Stewart (Breaking The Illusion) is the producer behind this track. Tom is part of Breaking the illusion, this innovative musical sound that descends from Leeds is a recognised progressive collective. Breaking the illusion and Tom have been been nominated for Indy music award, have featured as the album of the week on Radio One, and now have a brand new album out. This is the sound of one of the most confused, worst self-promoted, and clearly brilliant artist of 21st Century music. The debut album is entitled ’Mixed Messages’; a sample of the album can be downloaded from Tom's myspace page - www.myspace.com/breakingtheillusion, because he's nice like that. To contact him for press, bookings, cleaning, etc: [email protected] Kockee K puts its like this: “Done a lot of mixtapes locally, just really sharpening my claws, but this is my first official release. There wasn’t really anywhere to put the earlier stuff anyway, other than local club halls. Now though the music is changing and in 53rd degree I’ve got a theme that I can say “this is a professional product”. Even the hardest rockers want to work with Kockee now because they love the vibe and where he’s coming from. I think that’s a real British thing as well flipping out lots a styles together and making it work. Well just hoping to push the video through all the right avenues and network with people who might not know who I am. Also push the video through the Internet and you know, everyone’s got phones these days that play media… 53rd degree north is the Latitude of Leeds. It’s a bigger scope of looking at our small part of the world, instead of this street or that area. It’s a big look and a big image that were putting out. Spread your wings a bit, don’t just enclose yourselves in your immediate environment. Get out there and do your thing”. Low-Key & Dogge (Yorkshire Terrierz) are a hip hop group based in Chapeltown, Leeds. The group consists of four main members, two mcs, one vocalist and one producer, dogge, lowkey, Rae Rae and Menza. Dogge, LowKey and Menza have been friends since primary school and from the late eighties have been into Hip-Hop music. Inspiration came from the usual Hip Hop legends, Public Enemy, E.P.M.DN.W.A, Wu Tang and Nas to name a few. They have always been involved in local Hip Hop, from djing and freestyling on pirate radio and performing in groups such as Ruffneck Jnrs, Classified and Stay Focus. In 2002 Yorkshire Terrierz were formed and in 2005 their 22-track debut album " Blended in West Yorkshire", was independently released. The cd was and still is available to buy in local branches of major and independent record shops eg, H.M.V and Crash Records. It can also be downloaded @ iTunes or purchased via paypal. Rae Rae featured on several tracks on this album and soon became an official member of the group. Over the following year, yts worked on their new album performed at gigs and charity events and gained airplay on BBC radio 1xtra, Pulse Rated and BBC Raw talent. They made their first TV appearance on ITV's Calendar news and took many opportunities to promote their music through interviews in magazines and on radio. They released there first single and debut video "what’s ya life like" from their second album in 2006. This reached No 14 on the channelU chart and also featured on the ChannelU compilation album. They have been involved with the Love Music Hate Racism charity including a cameo appearance in Roll Deeps video Racist People. They released there second album " Nowt Tekken Out" in December 2007 and have had several tracks played on an episode of ITV's The Bill. The new video stripes is complete and will also feature on Channel U. Also following their work with mothers against guns they have recently been involved in an anti violence campaign centering around a track and video called "These Streets" Featuring some of Leeds finest artists. Norty was born and raised in LS7 in Leeds. His collaborative partners include Magic, Monkee, L.C, and Marvelous. His influences include 2Pac, Scarface, Nas, Common, Wu - tang, Mobb Deep, Talib Kwali. Norty has just release 6 fresh new tracks on his myspace page - http://www.myspace.com/norty84. K-One (CAG) has been singing and song writing since the age of six....when he wrote and performed his own songs in school. As he matured he went on to attend singing classes and perform in many a show around Leeds. At the age of 12 he was in the chorus of the big musical production “Carnival Messiah"... Kyrann has gone on to win various talent and singing competitions as part of a group called "Young Nation".. As time grew he expanded his musical interests which led him onto joining a hip hop group by the name of " The Colony" who later recorded an album also called " The Colony"...The group also toured Europe together ...after the tour the artists in the crew parted and moved on to individual projects. K-One's direction led him to form a garage crew by the name of "KG Crew”. They were very successful in Yorkshire performing in Leeds, Bradford and Huddersfield....during this time kyrann continued to perform in the theatre in productions such as "fame" in which he played the leading role of Tyrone Jackson. After a couple of years in the KG Crew K-One decided to part and pursue his own path by writing his current album "Natural Density"...he decided at this point to further his writing ability by joining a Leeds group of author/poets called the "Leeds Young Authors"...this led him to participate in a number of poetry slam competitions which gave him the chance to go to the states and be an ambassador for the UK... He excelled even further and appeared in another large production called "The Low Down" from which he secured an agent who got him a part in a successful Channel Four production called "Decisions"(Leah's Trial) in which he played the main character named Ronnie... After finishing college as the proud owner of distinctions in performing arts, he went on to work as a voice over artist for numerous Sky TV adverts. K-One has just finished recording his album and is now in the process of promoting his new project under the faction of C.A.G (Cover All Grounds) Be sure to watch his latest video 'Bounce'. Lady Ai (Afro Physics) is a Leeds based vocalist with a multitude of talents. She works with the collective Afro Physics, who are, Aiwan (Lady Ai): AP Founder, Rap, Vocals and Spoken word, Matt Baxter: Lead Guitar, Martin Walker: Drums Leon Stephens - Bass man. And assortment of friendly musical characters accompany AP for different shows: Duncan Hamilton: Trombone, Pete Williams & Danny T: Percussion: Sammy D. Their new LP ‘Truthsayers’ is available on itunes and from tunetribe.com now. Look out for tour dates in the near future. CONTACT INFORMATION Lee Ramseyer-Bache l Assistant Producer l Access Moving Image Limited – NOT ON THESE STREETS Leeds Media Centre l Savile Mount l LEEDS l LS7 3HZ l +44 (0) 113 2007044 l +44 (0) 07814 134313 l [email protected] MAKING FILMS FOR PEOPLE MAKING FILMS WITH PEOPLE MAKING FILMS ABOUT PEOPLE
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