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1. Pete


Pete explores ideas of space, time and social freedom, focussing on his experiences of squatting in empty commercial properties throughout the UK. As a self employed poet and performing artist living on a low wage, Pete represents a growing group of our society who are having to find DIY solutions to live and thrive in our cities. Shot in and round multiple London squats, as well as the now empty Olympic Park, the film asks important questions about the illusionary housing crisis and the link between the mass privatisation of space and the lack of affordable housing in the UK. Pete is part of the film series England Your England. For more films and information visit, or

2. Oxfam DIY Fashion Campaign Video

  • Published: 2009-05-18T16:38:33+00:00
  • Duration: 73
Oxfam DIY Fashion Campaign Video

Oxfam DIY Fashion Campaign Video. The video was created using a combination of rotoscoping, hand made models and motion graphics, by the collaborative team of Drew Cox and Jonny Harris to coincide with the launch of the Oxfam DIY Campaign. Music credits go to James Powell and Pete Devlin. Check out the Oxfam webiste for full details:

3. zine camp

  • Published: 2014-05-31T20:04:09+00:00
  • Duration: 113
  • By fcr
zine camp

Zine Camp, a DIY festival to make zines & friends, at WORM & PrintRoom, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, May 24th & 25th 2014. Shot on the second day in WORM. With: Albert Jongstra, Alex Hamlin, Alfred Boland, Amy Wu, Chantal Rens, David Bennett, Charlotte Tasma, Clara Silva, Clare Lowden, Clarissa Wiertsema, Elfletterig Genootschap, Ewoud van Rijn, Frits Jonker, Inês Ferreira, Jeffry Koopman, Jennifer Nguyen, Jessicarcarcar Young, Jeroen Pronk, Julie Thissen, Karin de Jong, Lukas Simonis, Leo Extreem, Marcel Ruijters, Marielle Van 't Zand, Nela Eulenspiegel, 'Dishwasher Pete' Jordan, Rafael Miranda Bressan, Roald de Boer, Sanne Verhoeven, Sdzinefest Gina, Sergej Vutuc, Shirin Pfisterer, Soroche de los andes, Suyin Ridderstaat, Tea Tea Tea, Tim Braakman & many more. Soundtrack: Andrzej Dudek-Dürer, Metaphysical Telepathic Music (cassette tape, Poland, 1985) + zine camp field recordings (including bits from the CD accompanying the zine Grumpy Old Dogs/GOD made during zine camp).

4. Handle the Jandal 2005

Handle the Jandal 2005

Krafthaus Films were once again asked to do the design work for Handle the Jandal, (the New Zealand DIY Music Video Awards). I worked with Pete Mac Dee and Kelly Tee to make this title sequence. Sound design by Sam Trevethick. Made at Krafthaus Films.

5. The Strapless Brain ⚡ Sci-fi Short Film (Official Trailer)

  • Published: 2017-08-23T03:59:37+00:00
  • Duration: 52
The Strapless Brain ⚡  Sci-fi Short Film (Official Trailer)

The Strapless Brain is an surreal satire of a world where reality is in the eye of the beholder. A lonely man, his talking rubber ducky and a DIY lobotomy come together to weave a cautionary tale about the dangers of outsourcing your own perspective. Who’s the authority of your reality? ⚡⚡⚡⚡⚡ Written & Directed by Anthony Sylvester Starring Kareem Savinon Produced by Anthony DeRose and Anthony Sylvester Director of Photography - Anthony DeRose Gaffer - Matthew J Pecca AC - David Burdette AD - Gian Carlo Tovar VFX by Anthony Sylvester, Mark Rubbo, and Pete Puskas Rotoscoping by Raf Bernardo & Talha Rana Strapless Brain Maker - Nick Colbert Brain Maker - Anthony DiFolco Sound Design by Jermaine Armstead, David Bodnar, and Anthony Sylvester Designer - Jamie Shin Special Thanks: Nicholas Daniele Chinonso Egwuonwu Kevin Lopez Joseph Nolfo Jose Rivas Jamie Shin Ben Sylvester Nick Sylvester Zita Szasz Corydon Wagner David Wilson

6. Make: Live Episode 04 (DIY Musical Instruments)

  • Published: 2011-03-10T03:44:07+00:00
  • Duration: 1925
  • By Make:
Make: Live Episode 04 (DIY Musical Instruments)

Archive of 3/9/11's DIY Musical Instruments episode of Make: Live. Guest: Ranjit Bhatnagar, Pete Edwards.

7. OCCUPY: Citizen Journalist SuperSuit

  • Published: 2012-03-10T02:30:49+00:00
  • Duration: 352
OCCUPY: Citizen Journalist SuperSuit

A playful DIY instructional video on how to document at a protest, and how to prepare for and react to police brutality or other emergency. Many thanks to Synchronicity LA for letting us shoot in their home Directed by ANGELINE GRAGASIN Motionography and Stunts by REBECCA BERDEL Cinematography and Location Sound by JEFF KATZ Edited by ALEX MACKENZIE Assistant Camera by PETE GILL Assistant Directed by SUSAN YI Postproduction Sound by DANIEL POSTILNIK, STEPHEN PTACEK, and BEN MICHELSEN Stunt Coordinator PETER DEAN Special Guest AVISHAY ARTSY

8. Grandpa's DIY - La Selva Beach, California

Grandpa's DIY - La Selva Beach, California

"It started back in September 2009. My son Thomas called me at home, and told me there was a spot that he thought we could build on. It turns out it’s this neighbor kid Lucas’s house. I really didn’t like this kid much. It seemed to me that they were always fighting, but I rode my bike down there anyway to see what was up. It turns out it was a piece of property that his Grandpa gave him..." Filmed by Pete Koff. Additional footage and Edit by J. Hay Full article with 25 photos here: or check out the article in Confusion Magazine issue #5 available for free online at

9. Mixology 2014

Mixology 2014

Mixology 2014 features performances by Pete Swanson, Ben Vida, M. Geddes Gengras, C. Lavender, Peter Blasser, Loud Objects, and Outer Space. As even consumer electronics move into a “post-PC” era of tablets and smartphones, Roulette’s 2014 Mixology Festival looks at the newest ways electronics are being used to make music. For a while dominated by laptops, the current landscape hold no singular method - co-opting analog and digital synthesizers from the past, exploring the touch screen as a modern performance instrument, and designing open source programming platforms and DIY circuits for personalized music making. Aired on rTV: 2014 Performance: Feb. 7-8, 2014 Produced by Jim Staley Directed by Matt Mehlan Edited by Wolfgang Daniel

10. Weekend Project: Capture the Fall

Weekend Project: Capture the Fall

This video short was produced for Vimeo's 10.06.2012 Weekend Project: Capture the Fall, a challenge to create a one minute video using a smartphone and one or more smartphone apps to capture the essence of fall. Footage was shot by Pete Brown using an iPhone 4S, Filmic Pro and iMotion HD for time-lapse. Locations are in and around Columbus, Ohio, including the Topiary Garden at Old Deaf School Park. The video was edited by Kevin Davison using Final Cut Pro VII. Music provided by Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 Other Gear: DIY iPhone Tripod Mount based on this design:

11. moss beach diy

  • Published: 2014-02-22T05:06:13+00:00
  • Duration: 286
  • By pete carney
moss beach diy

a little shred session with robert guy, andrew carney and pete carney at the moss beach diy and pacifica skate parks.

12. New World Order

  • Published: 2017-06-14T09:01:42+00:00
  • Duration: 652
  • By Furtherfield
New World Order

This video was taken at New World Order opening event at Furtherfield Gallery (London) on Friday 19 May 2017. This exhibition explores life after the blockchain through artworks by Jaya Klara Brekke, Pete Gomes, Rob Myers, Primavera De Filippi of O’Khaos, Terra0, Lina Theodorou and xfx (aka Ami Clarke): a self-owning forest with ideas of expansion, a self-replicating android flower, a tale of lost innocence, a DIY money making rig, a Hippocratic Oath for software developers, a five minute marriage contract. More info:

13. Finders Fixers Reality / Home Repair

  • Published: 2010-12-07T00:55:08+00:00
  • Duration: 1208
  • By Pete Couste
Finders Fixers Reality /  Home Repair

Mysterious noises have the owners ears' ringing until a home inspection expert solves the mystery and shows the homeowners how to fix them on Finders Fixers. This 26X30min reality-based series for Scripps' DIY Network features . Pete Couste was Show Runner and Series Producer.

14. Febrina + Dwiko Highlights

  • Published: 2012-08-23T21:57:29+00:00
  • Duration: 261
  • By Amish Solanki
Febrina + Dwiko Highlights

Where do I begin? Indonesia, Jakarta. First time. First time shooting cinema with my wife. First time for her ever shooting cinema. Limited gear. I met Dwiko back in 2009 in India while working on the City of Lakes set He was one of the photographers for the wedding and after the 9 day intense shoot, we went our separate ways but stay in contact via social media. In 2010 I met up with Dwiko in London and crashed at his place. We hit it off, and I explained to him at the time, about our future travel plans, which included Indonesia. Fast forward to 2011 and we were asked to be his photographer for the wedding. Shweet. 2-3 weeks prior to the wedding I was speaking with Dwiko and he asks if we can shoot cinema instead. Say wha? Now while I've done my fair share of shooting cinema alongside some of the best, but I hadn't at this time shot a lot of weddings of my own. Natisha had never shot cinema period. But Dwiko begged so we said we'd tackle it (okay he didn't beg, but I was up to the challenge. Yes I was. Natisha.. well not so much ;)). We flew into Indonesia with our travel gear that we've taken on several trips now. This consisted of: -5D Mark2 -60D -16-35mm 2.8 -135mm 2.0 -24mm 1.4 -45tse 2.8 Support gear: -Glidecam 1000HD -DIY homemade lightweight slider -Manfrotto monopod 680B -Joby Ballhead X Yeah. And we're suppose to shoot a beautiful wedding in Indonesia. Dwiko said he'd be able to get us a little extra gear when we arrive, which consisted of: -Two Manfrotto Tripods (photo ball heads, no fluid video heads) -5D Mark2 -50mm 1.2 -70-200 2.8IS The wedding itself consisted of about 2 days of shooting. The first day was the Mappacchi which took place at Febrina's grandmothers house. We showed up early to shoot some of the getting ready and the event itself. There is something tough to say about shooting a event you've never shot, and in a country you've never been in, along with a language you don't understand. I was given a gist of what would be happening, and after that it was all coverage. Moving from tripod to monopod wasn't the easiest in the world. We had to unscrew the head completely every time and screw it back onto a monopod (after removing the 1/4-3/8 adapter). The DIY slider I made back at home was designed to be as light as possible so I could take traveling with us for the 3 months of travel after the wedding. Despite it's size, build, it actually worked out quite well. I custom machined it to take out as much weight at possible at my dad's CNC Machine shop. The wedding ceremony day consisted of the Nikka itself, along with a Chinese tea ceremony, then the reception later on. This was truly unlike any wedding we had seen before (and so was their cake!) This is my first highlights I ever have edited and granted with the obstacles we had to overcome, I'm extremely pleased with it. My 2nd shooter (wife!) was extremely stressed (if you ask her she says it was the most stressful thing she's ever done!) but together we managed to pull out a highlight clip that I'm extremely happy with. Big thanks to Roy at (their photographer) who helped me out throughout the day with gear use, updating me with whats going on, having some extra lights setup for us and more. And of course, thank you to Dwiko and Febrina. Your trust in us allowing to put this highlight clip together and capture your wedding day means the world to us. We wish you both all the best! PS: Thanks to Vinny, Pete, Hanne and Anjja for all your help and support as well ;) Good times!

15. Horace and Pete - Louis CK | 2016 Peabody Award Acceptance Speech

  • Published: 2017-05-26T13:58:19+00:00
  • Duration: 187
  • By Peabody Awards
Horace and Pete - Louis CK | 2016 Peabody Award Acceptance Speech

Peabody Winner 2016 | Pig Newton, Inc. Horace and Pete is a true original, a melding of contemporary politics and serialized storytelling with a throwback approach to in-studio drama harkening back to 1950s television. What it creates is a slow, intense burn, a study of how traditions struggle to survive (while questioning whether they should), a compelling portrait of a family and community never seen on typical television. The cast is exceptional, with particular notice to Alan Alda, Laurie Metcalf, and Edie Falco. The script tackles a range of issues, from mental illness to transgender acceptance, with a sense of engagement and respect without being preachy or heavy handed. Creator Louis C.K. embraced a DIY approach, taking risks to finance and produce the series through an innovative digital distribution model outside the conventional television industry. For a truly independent and groundbreaking demonstration of how quality television is expertly done in the new media environment, all the while building upon decades of artistry and craft, Horace and Pete receives a Peabody Award. Link:

16. WEDF Film Screening // Made You Look

WEDF Film Screening // Made You Look

Made You Look is a documentary about the UK DIY graphic arts scene in the 21st century and includes contributions from top British creatives, publishers and agency owners including Anthony Burrill, Pete Fowler, Kate Moross, Fred Deakin of Airside, Jon Burgerman and Hattie Stewart. The film's makers explore the idea that more people than ever seem to be turning to analogue methods of creating despite living in a highly digital world. Made You Look premiered at Soho House as part of the Pick Me Up festival in spring 2015. On 14th October 2015, the West of England Design Forum and Thirteen were thrilled to present a very special screening and Q&A session with the film co-directors, Anthony Peters and Paul O'Connor from the Look and Yes collective and illustrator Ed Cheverton. If you care about the graphic arts, are interested in the tensions between the analogue and digital worlds or are simply looking for an antidote to an industry in a constant and accelerated state of redefinition and recalibration, check out the film – @madeyoulookdoc

17. WA$TED Season 1 - Radich Family

  • Published: 2014-02-17T21:44:30+00:00
  • Duration: 1323
  • By Fumes
WA$TED Season 1 - Radich Family

The WA$TED team discovers the rubbishy Radichs recycling wrongs, food faults and nappy nightmare means they are creating 85% more rubbish than they should. The single income family is losing half their heating through the ceilings and floors leaving their teenage daughter’s room below World Health Organisation recommended temperatures. With a bit of encouragement from Francesca and Tristan, and DIY graft, the Radichs hit the jackpot saving hundreds in their annual household bills. Synopsis: The Radich family of five are living off a single income, yet still manage to waste money and live off 12 times the resources than their section size could produce. Although Stephanie doing her bit, separating out recyclables, Pete just throws them in the bin - despite his hippy upbringing. The WA$TED! team arrives with some cheap DIY eco-fixs could save the planet for their kids and get them some cash for the honeymoon they never had. They insulate under the house saving them 10% heat loss, seal gaps in doors and windows with cheap foam strips saving $75 a year and wrap the hot water cylinder and lag the pipes saves another $75. Not only are these cash savings but will reduce the draw on the national power grid. With the house up to scratch, the Radichs are left to go it alone for three weeks. It all looks like an eco fairytale, until Meike catches Peter on her spy camera, putting their cash savings in question.

18. DIY Pete Tool Scholarship

  • Published: 2017-03-31T17:20:14+00:00
  • Duration: 82
  • By Mark Elliott
DIY Pete Tool Scholarship

Cheers to DIY Pete for hosting this contest!

19. lost in society live at coda (covington, kentucky) 6/5/14

lost in society live at coda (covington, kentucky) 6/5/14

video shot and edited by: George Forste 2014 idgf underground [email protected] band members: Zack Moyle Nick Ruroede Hector Bonora Combining raspy punk-rock vocals, fresh, fun lyricism, and a stage presence that will give any veteran concert-goer the chills, Lost In Society are undoubtedly the real deal. Based in the indie music hub of Asbury Park, NJ this alt/punk trio likes it loud and simple. Lost In Society got their start in 2004 with their first big show at the PNC Bank Center in Holmdel, NJ. Shortly after they would record their first EP Gone with Jon Leidersdorff of Lakehouse Music. In 2009 they hit the studio again with Leisersdorff, releasing their first full length album, Eastern Empire. This album took the sizzling hot trio to new levels, gaining them massive attention in the local music scene. It didn't take long for their catchy singles to gain a serious, die-hard fan base around the Jersey Shore. With a completely D.I.Y. dedication to promoting and touring, LIS were quickly known for collecting fans the way old punks did: by word of mouth. Big success came in 2011, as the trio took home the gold in Metromix's state-wide BreakThru band competition. Their dedication, raw energy and fierce promotion took them to the top of New Jersey's music scene. In April 2011 LIS recorded an EP which was produced by Pete Steinkopf of the Bouncing Souls. Just this past year they've been lucky enough to share the stage with The Souls, and other legendary acts such as The Misfits, Strike Anywhere, Tim Barry and HR of Bad Brains. They also signed on with the fast growing indie punk label Altercation Records and will be releasing a split album with NY indie rockers American Pinup in February 2012. And in recent news, LIS finally took home the award for Top Punk Band in the Asbury Music Awards. After being nominated in various categories the past 4 years, their fierce go-big-or-go-home ethos finally paid off. They're also currently nominated for Top Regional Punk Band in the Music Awards. 2012 will be a huge year in touring as they're joining The Warped Tour for 14 dates this July. They'll also be performing at SXSW festival in Austin, TX and Valley of the Vapors festival in Hot Springs, AR on their 2-week 2012 March tour. source: facebook

20. Kippo & The Bone 'Tools' TV Trailer

  • Published: 2015-04-10T09:56:57+00:00
  • Duration: 133
  • By Leigh Tarrant
Kippo & The Bone 'Tools' TV Trailer

Kippo & the Bone - Tools and how to use them TV Trailer. Enter the world of Kippo and his handy musician friend Pete Rattlebone. One's a novice, the other a professional, two encouraging gentlemen of many years, in which they indulge their knowledge and expertise in various scenarios. First of all there was the plumbing made easy films, now they've onto the art of tools and simple DIY projects. Watch for further escapades this Spring as they move onto fishing for the novice. TV programmes start this Spring across the Midlands UK and the North. Watch for their 22 minute TV shows, they're zany, mischievous and dam right fun!