Shelflife “Stussy x Nike”
Unbelievable this script got made.
Great work from Marc Sidelsky
Budweiser Traffic Stoppers
One shot, simple, colourful, to the point, perfect.
Great one shot!
Amazing Production Design by Aliki Kouvaka.
Miu Miu Head in Clouds
Fashion is not my thing, but a film like this, is.
WWDC 2019 Goodnight developers by Apple
Great B&W ad by Radical Media for Apple.
Love the editing. If Kim (the main character) had less shots it would be awesome.
Kim Jones, Artistic Director of Dior Men’s, is the first of three cultural icons featured in this year‘s RIMOWA global campaign. Shot in India and Japan, Kim‘s film features a collage of urban scenes and textures that celebrate how the places we go are woven into our work. “If inspiration can come from anywhere, then I want to go everywhere”, said Kim Jones.
Rag & Bone – Why can’t we get along
Benjamin Millepied co-directed the new rag & bone Films production alongside Aaron Duffy and Bob Partington as well as celebrated cinematographer Darius Khondji to explore the medium of film while shifting perspectives for the viewer.
The track overlay, produced exclusively for rag & bone by Thom Yorke creates a feeling of friction, which is paralleled by the movement of the cast of characters.
Khondji worked closely with camera rig veteran, Tony Hill to deliver a film which seamlessly choreographs not only the dancers and actors featured, but also the cameras used.
Icons – The Sunday Times
One shot magic.
Creative Director: Dave Monk
Executive Creative Director: Nils Leonard
Creatives: Jonathan Rands, Johan Leandersson
Agency Producer: Debbie Impett
Production Company: Academy Films
Executive Producer: Lizie Gower
Producer: Juliette Harris
Director, Photography: Ben Fordesman
A&R Operator: Simon Wood
Art Director: Alison Dominitz
Hair and Make Up: Lu Hinton
Stylist: Rebecca Hale
Casting: Hammond & Cox
Editor: Dave Stevens (Assembly Rooms)
Post Producer: Electric Theatre Collective
Grade: Aubrey Woodiwiss
Audio Post Production: String & Tins
Musical Composition: Tom Player
Can’t get any smarter than that.
Alive from off centre
It’s hard to believe this is from 1985. Super cool and ground-breaking work. I’m sure this is what Michel Gondry and so many others must have been watching. But then again, probably not, since he was in another country. Anyway, this is great stuff even for today’s standards.