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NOWNESS: Jacob Sutton’s L.E.D. Surfer

Fashion photographer and filmmaker Jacob Sutton set out to create the powerful imagery of a lone light source surfing through the darkness. In his vision, the surfing would instead be on the powdery slopes of Tignes, in the French Alps. Costume desig...

Interview Magazine: Chloë Sevigny

Actress, model and all-around-interesting personality Chloë Sevigny graces the pages of this month’s Interview Magazine. First gaining notoriety in 1992 for an appearance in Sonic Youth’s music video for “Sugar Kane,” Sevigny...

Coca-Cola “125th Year Exhibition” Video

In commemoration of its 125th anniversary, Coca-Cola has enlisted Istanbul-based creative agency Antilop to create the Coca-Cola Future Room concept at the santralistanbul – a modern arts and cultural complex in Turkey. The multidisciplinary te...

Bill Strobeck: Directorial Fundamentals

You wouldn’t have seen Bill Strobeck in a skate video, because he would have been the one behind the camera. But the chances are, if you’ve seen edits with Mark Gonzales, you’ve probably already seen his work and just not known it....

Joy Ride by Sandro Shot with Nikon D800

Nikon is no stranger to utilizing the short film medium to showcase the video capabilities of their latest pieces of ingenuity. For the D4, they enlisted visual storyteller Corey Rich for “Why.” This time around they’ve called upon...

Strathmore: Paper from GFSmith

Independent British paper company GFSmith is known across the globe for its worldwide distribution of premium print and design materials. Working closely with several world-renowned mills, the company uses innovative techniques to produce some of the...

Takashi Murakami Discusses ‘Jellyfish Eyes’ Monster Film

Having already conquered an art world that has seen his anime-inspired characters embraced by the masses and his blissed-out flowers sprouted from the walls of the biggest collectors in the world, Takashi Murakami is now setting his sights on the the...

Skin: A Film by Ryan Hope

Directed by Ryan Hope, Skin is a dark, stylish examination of tattoo culture as high art and a film that tests the boundaries of the medium and the human body. The film features contributions from notable artists such as Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons and...

Mackenzie Sheppard “Yoshi’s Blend” Short Film

Filmmaker Mackenzie Sheppard has carved a niche for himself over the past few years with his artfully crafted documentaries, commercials and short films. The latest vignette from the Japan-born Vancouver transplant features coffee connoisseur Yoshi M...

CASSETTE: A Documentary Film about the Cassette Tape

A few months ago, the term “cassette tape” was taken out of the Oxford English Dictionary. As recorded sound continues its love affair with the downloadable, ethereal digital file, the tangible artifact is quickly becoming a thing of the...

Commonwealth Projects: Hedi Slimane “California Song” Video

Production company Commonwealth Projects presents a video documentation of Hedi Slimane’s “California Song” installation at MOCA’s Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, California. Although known for his influential fashion design,...

The Work: Tonight, The Streets Were Dark

Detroit’s The Work was commissioned by designer Dr. Romanelli and his ever-expanding outlet to create a unique set of aesthetics, highlighting custom pieces that were manufactured for Revive. The nature of the short film equates to an uncharact...

Bluesville: A Story

Jakarta’s Bluesville has made a name for itself with beautifully handcrafted garments and natural dyes. The brand makes use of a local artisan and the rich Indonesian soil in order to produce some of the highest-quality handmade shirts, pants a...

PressPlayPause Documentary Film

Does democratized culture mean better art, film, music and literature, or is true talent instead flooded and drowned in the vast digital ocean of mass culture? That is the question addressed by PressPausePlay, a documentary film containing interviews...

Corey Rich: “WHY” Video by Nikon D4

Filmed exclusively with the Nikon D4, filmmaker Corey Rich offers a stunning short titled “WHY” which explores individuals pushing themselves to their limits. Profiles include luminaries in the world of biking, kayaking and free climbing,...