A selection of three essential articles read aloud from the latest issue of The Economist. This week, the chance to flatten the climate curve, when, why and how to lift coronavirus lockdowns (9:25) and the arrest of Africa’s most wanted man (17:25).
A Film By Soren Nielsen & Taylor Antisdel
Composer: Rowan Spencer
Sound Designer: Rafal Smolen
Director of Photography: Soren Nielsen
“A City, Paused” is a personal project that Taylor Antisdel and I have been working on throughout this quarantine. It’s our attempt to portray the feeling of being in New York City over the past two months.
A film by Phil Arntz, Harry and James Miller
Shot around London in May 2020 during the Covid-19 Lockdown.
Plus: the weekend’s newspapers and top stories. From Milan: Salone highlights, interviews and a daily running guide.
Directed, Filmed and edited by Jack Fisher
Music by Cinematic Orchestra – To Build a home
Drone Operator – Sam Gillespie
Drone Camera Operator – Jack Fisher
Graphic design – Lucia Garcia
Since lockdown began, I’ve taken my camera with me on my daily dog walks. I wanted to try and capture the atmosphere and make a record of the effects COVID 19 is having on the city I was born in, and the city I call home.
While the economy is likely to reopen slowly, there is hope that society will adapt to manage the uncertainty of our new circumstances. Here’s what experts say the next year (or more) will look like.