Raw Creatives 2006

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NOISE Raw Creatives is a series of TV documentaries, featuring exclusive interviews with NOISE Curators and profiles of the very best NOISE talent.

  • Type
    TV / Documentary
  • Year
    2006

Adding another string to our bow, NOISE creates original youth programmes for TV and radio stations across the world.

NOISE Raw Creatives is a series of TV documentaries, which sets the record straight on the state of creativity across Europe, by featuring exclusive interviews with NOISE Curators and profiles of the very best up-and-coming creative talent from that NOISE Festival year. NOISE partners with big media-types to broadcast the series across the world, giving emerging artists a huge international platform to showcase their talent. 

NOISE gets no-holds barred access to the NOISE Curators’ (Wayne Hemingway, Peter Saville, Stella Vine, Mark Eley, Danny Brown, and Penny Martin) workplaces, including busy studios and backrooms, to get the lowdown on their NOISE Curator Choices. On the way, NOISE visits the homes of selected NOISE artists to find out their influences and their creative processes.

The documentary’s production team is assisted by a junior crew made up of NOISE artists, who gain valuable on-the-job TV production skills. The NOISE Raw Creatives soundtrack features the best music submissions uploaded to NOISE Festival 2006.

NOISE is all about demystifying the process of getting a career in the creative industries. Through NOISE Raw Creatives, we inspire the next generation of budding creative talent by showing the career journeys of both the globally acclaimed and emerging creative superstars.

NOISE Raw Creatives 2006 is narrated by radio and TV star Edith Bowman, filmed and distributed by Urban Canyons and broadcast on the Community Channel and BBC Big Screens.

Artists Featured

Photos by KatTHE SOUNDTRACK

Uberroom

The Vinyl Gibbon

TRZ Featuring Me Eon

Mike Morey

Eric and the Bunny Boilers

Authors

Sonic

Planet Sutcliffe

The Turntablist

 

Refreshingly, all NOISEfestival.com entrants keep their copyright, meaning they will be free to earn a living from their creativity, other websites take note.

The Times ‘Knowledge’ TV Guide Supplementie Crush.

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