Thirty-six Views of a London Tower: A Homage to Hokusai

Cloud watcher and short film producer, Adam Alive, has sent us his latest short film which he thought would interest our members.

Inspired by the work of Hokusai a Londoner seeks his own Mount Fuji and explores the urban landscape. Although primarily an art film there is plenty of interest for cloud and weather watchers alike with some wonderful sky views.

4 thoughts on “Thirty-six Views of a London Tower: A Homage to Hokusai”

  1. Frances Jones avatar Frances says:

    I did my degree at PCL, and I was based in the Euston Centre (now demolished )behind the Capital Radio building, so your film brought back a lot of memories. I am also old enough to remember when the Tower itself had a restaurant that rotated, which sadly was closed in the 1980s, due to terrorism fears. What a view there must have been from there !

  2. Patricia Ludwick avatar pjludwick says:

    i liked best the heron flying into the trees and landing, folding his wings – perhaps the most “japanese” moment

  3. Richard Jones avatar MR PLEASANT says:

    A beautiful film of the London skyline around the ‘BT Tower'( Mt Fuji )? The soundtrack was great too, very relaxing.( details please? ) I loved the clip of the plane passing the sun & there were some nice cloud shots towards the end of the film before the fireworks ending. Recomend !

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