Thursday, July 7
Part I: INNOCENCE
Directed by SEAN LOGAN TURNER CARTWRIGHT
Model REBECCA DUNHAM
Stylist NICKI BAHRAMPOUR
Assisted by RAE DRAKE
Photographs by SAI SIVANESAN
Videography & Editing by SEAN CARTWRIGHT
Produced by BRASH & BOULDER
Music "LUNA MOTH" DOOM SQUAD
Audio Mixing by MICHAEL BARNES
Found Footage "COME CLOSER" (1952) HY HIRSH
Special Thanks SALEM HOUSE, SAI, NIKKI, RAE, REBECCA, MICHAEL, JOEY, ADRIAN & TROY
Saturday, February 19
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Friday, January 28
Monday, September 20
For TIFF10 I was fortunate enough to work for Steve Rubin, VP of International Marketing @ EuropaCorp and all of the lovely people @ mPRm Public Relations. EuropaCorp featured two films in the festival: Les petits mouchoirs (Little White Lies) directed by Guillaume Canet (Tell No One, The Beach), starring Marion Cotillard and Gilles Lellouche; and L'homme qui voulait vivre sa vie (The Big Picture) directed by Eric Lartigau featuring Romain Duris (De battre mon coeur s'est arrêté), Branka Katic and Catherine Deneuve.
I managed to meet countless unbelievably talented directors, producers, actors/actresses, PR & marketing reps, etc.. My experiences with everyone were fantastic and at times surreal - from my first Red Carpet experience (for Les petits mouchoirs where the projector couldn't play the sous-titres, which was then followed by a very heart felt address by Guillaume) to champagne parties with Romain, Eric, Branka and Christophe Lambert, CEO of EuropaCorp, before the World Premiere of L'homme qui voulait vivre sa vie. I was also able to help on several red carpets including The Bang Bang Club starring Ryan Phillippe and Malin Åkerman.
Marion was voted Best Dressed by Toronto Life, and I may be a little bias, but she definitely deserves it - hands down - she is such a lovely person to be around, and always looked gorgeous (the inocent accent adds something as well)! On a side note, she was also recently on the cover of Vogue (US ad Paris).
I'm already dying to get to Paris, and now I have an excuse!
*images via Karen Liu (Toronto Life)
This video is a nicely constructed summation of my love of design. It's got it all: great typography, gorgeous old records (I love the added warmth and the wear n' tear), blues, jazz, Havana (Club), and a compelling and original visual aesthetic - beautifully remixing old ideas and images into something new.
Sunday, August 1
Kenneth Anger's work remains a visceral, timeless and mystical experience. Now in his eighties Anger's newest piece, a promotional video for Missoni's F/W 2010/11 campaign, is no different, continuing the tradition of experiential, avant-garde filmmaking. Referencing Thelemic, occult philosophies, images of mysticism, meditation and Magick are established through elaborate rituals and ceremonies dominated by the themes of colour and light.
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