Monthly Archives: May 2013

After the vague polaroid-post a few weeks ago, we think it is time to provide you with a bit more information about our latest project.

We started working on our first fiction film, a new experience for all of us. Currently titled “The Song”, the film is inspired by Chris Marker’s La Jetée (The Jetty) from 1962, a beautiful film almost completely comprised of stills with an amazing soundtrack. Our film will work with the same aesthetic and sonic concept, but we are going to combine it with animation and – of course – a unique narrative.

The Song is set in a post-apocalyptic world, in which John Cage’s “ASAP (As Slow As Possible)” has taken on a life of its own. “ASAP” is being performed in a church in Halberstadt, Germany at the moment; having started in 2000 it is going to finish in 2640.

Recently we began to shoot the trailer for The Song. You can look forward to seeing it online soon…



Helpyourself Manchester was screened at the Victoria Baths Fanzine Fair. It was a lovely day with loads of interesting discussions. Thanks to everyone who came!

The Skinny published an article about the Fanzine Fair with an excerpt of an interview with us: