Marc Camille Chaimowicz muses on Jean Cocteau's murals in the church of Notre Dame de France, Leicester Square, London, and the prolific artist's complex relationship with religion, the avant-garde and European high society.
Original clip: https://vimeo.com/100498887
Director/Steadicam: Dan Graetz
Producer: Benjamin Evans
DP/Editor/Colorist: Dan Graetz
1st Assistant Camera: Jaymis Loveday
2nd Assistant Camera: Brian Loewe
Playback/gaffer assist: Dane Hansen
A video installation commissioned by Finish Post Production for their window display on Wardour Street in Soho, London.
SOUND RECORDED FROM 140 WARDOUR STREET ON THE 27TH & 28TH OF FEBRUARY 2013.
THE CRYSTALS IN THIS FILM WERE GENERATED DIRECTLY FROM THE AMPLITUDE AND FREQUENCY OF THE RESULTING SOUND DATA.
CONCEPT BY BISON/A+
POST PRODUCTION BY FINISH
Nowhere’s like Soho.
Whatever it is, Soho did it first.
In fact, Soho’s done it all - even if it was only the once, just to try it.
And what’s more, Soho’s still setting the standard for all to see…even if they shouldn’t be looking!
It can be ballsy, it’s sometimes subtle, but it’s certainly original.
So to mark London Fashion Week moving to this place of firsts, for the first time, we bring you a first:
A poem by Slam Poetry World Champion, Harry Baker.
Take a walk with us, hear Harry’s beat put the street and see for yourself what makes Soho such a special square mile, as we celebrate it’s past, present and future with An Ode To Soho.
Anders Petersen has been working in London's Soho for several weeks, as part of his Soho Projects residency commissioned by The Photographers' Gallery. Immersing himself in its bars, cafes, homes and hotels - creating a very personal portrait of one of city’s most vibrant areas.
In this video Petersen talks about his time in London, his working processes, and previous projects including the seminal Cafe Lehmitz.
Anders Petersen (b.1944), one of Sweden’s most noted photographers, is known for his influential, intimate and personal documentary-style black-and-white photography.
Find out more here: photonet.org.uk/index.php?pid=550
An upbeat and nostalgic style documentary film created for a fashion editorial photo shoot produced by photographer Michael Cinquino. The story was published by Tinsel Tokyo Magazine and the film featured in Tinsel Tokyo Video www.tinseltokyo.com/video.
directed, shot and edited by Stanley Hsu
model - Amy Row
wardrobe stylist - Angelina Scantlebury
makeup - Jennifer Kinford
hair stylist - Alyn Martin
music - Lemongrass
Video commissioned by Zaha Hadid Architects for the opening of their new building Soho Galaxy in Beijing 2012
Directed by Elisa Cucinelli and Dan Chung
Camera: Jonas Schoenstein, Sun Shaoguang, Dan Chung
Edit: Elisa Cucinelli
Production assistant: Shanshan Wang
Shot with Canon C300 and Canon 5DMII