In the short film ‘Glimpse’ Ed Lawes envisions memory as processed by a flawed machine and investigates the wider concept of the nature of memory itself. We invite Ed to share how he devised an aesthetic which would embrace the imperfections of his handheld footage, snatched whilst holidaying in Spain.
Art & Fashion
Clive Will’s promo for Kirsten Goss’ Arcade collection mixes high speed videography, with a range of colourful props for an onslaught of arresting images, which will leave an indelible mark on your retinas. He takes us through the project.
All:Expanded’s multi-faceted debut Providence marks them as a creative force to be reckoned with right out of the gate as they blur the lines between fashion, music promo and narrative short for a film which is certainly more than the sum of its parts. We get in at the ground floor with brothers Duncan and Stuart Winecoff to find out how they established such an impressive toehold and where they plan to take All:Expanded in the future.
As you’ll no doubt be aware from the slew of programmes commemorating, analysing and dramatising the tragic event, November 22nd 2013 marked the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy as he waved to the Dallas crowds from the backseat of an open-topped Lincoln Continental convertible. With the event and those 486 …
We’ve featured the work of Polish director Alan Kępski before and back then I found it hard to put into words exactly what it was about his visuals that made them so compelling. I’m not saying that I have a better explanation now, but Pseudopodium is an equally transfixing piece of filmmaking (and slightly NSFW).
Kristel Van De Kamp finds herself lost in a paradise that’s not for her in Iñaki San Juan’s fashion film Tropicalia.
In experimental art and fashion film The Rapid Eye directing duo FLORIS+MENNO embraced their need to experiment with fragmented narrative, practical effects and aesthetics, to create a stunning film which evokes emotions on a subconscious level. We asked Menno to take us through the journey.
Tuixén Benet corrals a synchronised trio of ballerinas through a fantastically choreographed routine into a light enclosure for Les filles Föllen’s Caballo Negro. Here’s hoping their moves make their way to a dancefloor near you soon. https://vimeo.com/79655695
If you’ve found the world settling in to some kind of coherent, predictable pattern since experiencing Chapter 1 of Greg Barth’s Essays On Reality last year, don’t worry as he’s back again to challenge your conceptions about self assembly humans, abusive fortune cookies and grass face shaving in Fortunes, an experimental comedy. “Fortunes is an …
Featuring Marisa Tomei and Elodie Bouchez balanced precariously on the precipice of an acrimonious split whilst taking cutting jibes at each other, Stuart Blumberg’s fashion film She Said, She Said beautifully features the Co Spring 2013 collection and insults which could blister paint.
Rachel Antonoff and Bianca Giaever transport us back to Boston 1972 for the hesitant beginnings of what will become a lifelong CRUSH for Rick & Shira Wall Antonoff; featuring Antonoff’s Spring 2014 Collection along the way in this fashion film with two hearts.
It’s hard to fully articulate what makes Rose Hendry’s Egg & Fag so great. Perhaps it’s Emily Milne’s challenging stare straight down the barrel of the camera, or the meticulously symmetrical set design, or simply the fact that Hendry delivers, to the letter, everything that the title promises in a succinct 1min 39secs? Regardless of …