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    Humber Street Sesh 2015 – Official Video by Lauri Showler

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    Humber Street Sesh 2015 – Video by Mark Richardson

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    Frayed Magazine @ HSS 2015 Video by Josh Moore

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    Humber Street Sesh 2014 – Official Video

    This is the Official Humber Street Sesh 2014 video, courtesy of Laurence Showler.
    Lauri was commissioned through ‘Art Sesh’, which was partly funded by the Arts Council and The Heritage Fund, to capture the Festival in all it’s glory. We feel Lauri has done a great job with this video, truly reflecting the brilliance of Hull’s creative community, whilst engaging with the various audience demographics.

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    Humber Street Sesh 2014: A Short Film

    Courtesy of Mark Richardson.
    Mark kindly, over a period of a few months, interviewed some of the key players involved with The Humber Street Sesh Festival and asked the question of what The Sesh means to them. Beautifully captured, this video is a testament to Hull’s Creative Community. We thank Mark for his time and effort in producing such a quality documentary.

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