Reconnu comme l’unique festival spécialisé dans le créneau du film sur l’art en Amérique, et en tant que le plus important de sa catégorie au monde, le Festival International du Film sur l’Art (FIFA) est devenu, au fil des ans, un leader sur la scène culturelle internationale.
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Valentino has released its complete spring-summer 2014 campaign featuring Malaika Firth, Auguste Abeliunaite, Esther Heesch, Ine Neefs and Maartje Verhoef. The girls pose for Craig McDean with styling by Karl Templer. The images are romantic with a stunning location featuring the brand’s dreamy lace looks inspired by costumes and global traveling. via fashiongonerogue.com
Delivering a Baroque inspired spring-summer 2014 campaign, shoemaker Christian Louboutin creates new advertisements inspired by the work of Flemish artist Peter Paul Rubens. Photographer Peter Lippmann captures the images which juxtaposed the brand’s dazzling shoes and accessories with floral scenery. This is not the first time the American creative and Louboutin have collaborated together, the fall 2011 lookbook also featured images inspired by famous paintings. via fashiongonerogue.com
Things get surreal for the May issue of Harper’s Bazaar China with this fashion spread featuring Alexandra Martynova. The model, who also appears in Tom Ford’s summer beauty campaign, poses for Charles Guo in a fantastical set of images where gravity seems to not apply. Stylist Fan Xiaomu dresses Alexandra in bold looks from the spring collections of Miu Miu, Roland Mouret, Prada and more. via fashiongonerogue.com
Fashion photographer Saurabh Dua captures Evasion story featuring Albina Kireeva atToabh Management India for the latest issue of Zebule Magazine. Styling is courtesy ofMarie Revelut, with makeup by Maniacha at B4 agency. Assistants Ravi and Dilip. via designscene.net
After twenty years of its “Art of Fashion” campaigns, fashion retailer Neman Marcus has released imagery for the fall-winter 2014 season. London-based photographer Nadav Kander took over the reigns this season for a series of surreal images putting models in boxes and trippy situations all while wearing looks from designer labels like Tom Ford, Oscar de La Renta and Valentino. ModelsSuvi Koponen, Heather Marks, Tian Yi, Lais Ribiero, Soo Joo Park, Mirte Maas, Bruna Tenório, Alana Zimmer, Vlada Roslyakova and Irina Kravchenko take center stage for the images. via fashiongonerogue.com
New ad features the ‘society of elegant persons of the Congo’ otherwise known as the ‘Sapeurs’, a group of everyday heroes from Brazzaville, Republic of the Congo. In this ad, GUINNESS follows the Sapeurs whose way of life is a testament to the belief of putting more in, to get more out. Their life is not defined by occupation or wealth, but by respect, a moral code and an inspirational display of flair and creativity. This is demonstrated through their love of stylish dressing; but it is not the fabric or cost of the suit that counts, it is the worth of the man inside it.
Fallon London has released new TV work for Cadbury. The spot features the catchy “Yes Sir, I Can Boogie” by ’70s disco band Baccara.
IKEA Russia has created an instagram website via ad agency Instinct. The website show cases all 34 items in the PS range.
Netflix wants to put content in people’s lives, wherever they want, whenever they want, and in the way they want. Ogilvy creates the first digital outdoor campaign made entirely with reaction GIFs and cleverly puts all the benefits of looking forward to coming home to Netflix into an engaging out of home GIF campaign. Reactive GIFs are designed and managed to be relevantly in context to its viewer’s physical or emotional situation.
Creative Director: Baptiste Clinet, Nicolas Lautier
Art Director: Julien Chiapolini
Copywriter: Riccardo Fregoso
Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Paris
Production: Delapost Paris
Directors Jonas & Francois, from Division Paris, have directed the new music video of Jack White for his song “Lazaretto”, from his new album. In black and white, we see the singer behind a glass which breaks constantly, forming beautiful fragments in the composition of the image.
Director of photography: Bálint Nagy, Dániel Szőke
Tom Tom Records 2013 tomtom.hu
Production manager: Zoltán Pálmai
Focus puller: Attila Kovács “Cica”
Smink/make-up artist: Ricsi Fazekas
Make-up assistant: Eszter Galambos
Hairdresser: Bálint Almássy
Post production: Studiolamb studiolamb.hu
Chief VFX artist: Balázs Sánta
VFX artists: András Bodor, Ákos Kiss, Marcell Andristyák, Kálmán Dulity
Supervisor: Zoltán Várfoki “Zoulu”
Director Nelson de Castro is the author of the latest clip of the band Digitalism for their song “Wolves”. The camera plays with a splice in the eye of a character that we find in different scenes and decors each time.
Producer: Sarah Lawson
Executive Producer: Danielle Hinde for Doomsday Entertainment
Independent Rep: OB Management
Director of Photography: Dan Chen
Editor: Carlos Lopez Estrada
Commissioner: Benedict Cooper
VFX: Roboshobo, Alexander Gao
Camera Assistant: Dan Marino, Naveen Chaubal
Color: Nick Sanders @ The Mill
Stylist: Cici Hoggard
Hair & Make-up: Joanne Adolfo
Production: Travis Cultreri, Ashley Cook, Aaron Trujillo
Starring: Michael Coursey, Nichole Bloom, Carlos Lopez Estrada, Zora Ellis
Featuring: Susan Cernas, Josselyn O’Neill, Deesil, Jacqueline Besson, Kacey Leggio, Marissa Shacket, Sam Krumrine, Jessica Bailey, Ryan Winston
The latest music video Metronomy for their song “Month of Sundays” from their new album “Love Letters”. Produced by GOOD EGG and directed by Callum Cooper, the clip shows a travelling camera making us giddy and crossing concrete buildings and green spaces, from the air.
Producer – Joshua Smith
Line Producer – Rupert Savage
Camera Assistants – Chris Vickers and Charles Vallance
Grade – Lewis Crossfield
Grade Producer- Arianna Maniscalco at ETC electrictheatre.tv
Sculptural Fabrication: TOR Fabrication, London
Thanks to – Matt Moult and Jack Hunter
Executive Producers – Juila Reed and John Hassay
Production Company – GOOD EGG goodegghq.com
With amazing picture quality Advantage is the name of this short film directed by Martin & Sandro Baebler. Produced by Bsv-Production, this creation plunges us into an old-school atmosphere, according to the race of man in car driving an old Chevrolet Corvette C2.
Actor: Jean Paul Roy mastersmodels.com
Camera, edit: Martin Baebler bsv-production.ch
Concept, color grading: Sandro Baebler sandrobaebler.com
Music & sound recording: Martin Haene martytone.com
Sound recording & sound design: Walter Baebler walterbaebler.com
2D & 3D animation: Fabio Zgraggen freewings.ch
Illustrations: Janine Wiget janinewiget.com
Drone pilot: Martin Rickenmann vitronic.ch
Assistant: Daniel Heller
Styling: Amanda Samantha Brooke amandasamanthabrooke.ch
Grooming: Fabienne Pauli make-it-up.ch
She’s young, dreamy and fearless, she drives cars way too fast, she’s also a yamakasi. She likes adventure, fireworks and unrelenting seas.
Designed by japanese practice JP Architects, this tokyo-based gift shop selling european sundries is defined by its white gridded pattern that delineates the store’s shelving units, furniture and door frames. The base color of ‘le mistral’ is navy blue, the signature tone of the company that also provides a stark and refined backdrop. At the center of the volume, products can be placed on a table that features markings designed to accommodate each size of display tray. The nature of the plan means that items can be presented in a variety of formats, with the possibility to rearrange the objects daily. via designboom.com
Kiyotoshi Mori and Natsuko Kawamura of Tokyo-based MDS wanted Shirokane House to make the most of its small site, so they designed a three-storey volume that angles outwards and upwards to create extra space and bring in more light. via dezeen.com
“There are basic requirements for a house, where people live, such as privacy protection and ample daylight and ventilation,” they said. “It, however, takes a little ingenuity to satisfy such requirements under a given condition that a site is surrounded by the neighbouring buildings.”
The first building of the complex to be finished was the dormitory. Centered on the reconstruction of a former noble residence, the work was based on plans by Imre Makovecz, the central figure of Hungarian organic architecture. This was followed by the inauguration of the professional and medical center and later the canteen of the Academy, executed by the Master’s disciple at the itinerant school, Tamás Dobrosi. via archdaily.com
The idea of a roofed arena was born after the successful construction of approximately 8 grass and arti-ficial practice pitches. Daring to dream even bigger, the management of the Academy decided to build a UEFA category III football stadium suitable for hosting Hungarian league matches and junior tournaments as well as any kind of international competition up to the second qualifying round of the Europa League and the Champions League.
As opposed to the gigantic complexes preferred in the first half of the last century, some of which were capable of hosting more than a hundred thousand enthusiasts, current trends point towards smaller, but more efficient and complex recreation facilities.
The front wall of this small white house in Japan appears to have been folded down like the corner of a piece of paper. Designed by Japanese architect Yukio Hashimoto, F-House is a two-storey residence in Gion, a part of Kyoto best known as an exclusive geisha district. Hashimoto gave the building a folded corner to evoke an association with the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. via dezeen.com
“Like pure white paper, this building’s facade has a small crease which brings forth images of origami,” said Hashimoto. “The simple fold is intended to provide buoyance to the simple wall surface which would otherwise seem closed and weighty.”
As part of the renovation of a residential townhouse, this project aims to create a flow diagram, both singular and practice.
For this, four levels are built around a central axis, it corresponds to a vertical greenhouse full height.
Corridors around the heart, the image of devices balconies, and views on all areas.
By this bias architecture, the deregulation of space allows its occupants to enjoy open on 4 levels circulation, and get a panoramic view, on both a horizontal and vertical axis. via contemporist.com