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Arihiro Miyake explains how his Coppélia Chandelier helped make his name as a designer in this Dezeen movie, which is part of our Design Dreams series with Dutch design brand Moooi. Japanese designer Miyake received international recognition with the launch of his Coppélia Chandelier for Moooi in 2015. Due to the popularity of the design, […]
A series of intimate vignettes are woven together by the memories and dreams of people in central Havana. Directed by Giovanni P. Autran 2016 New Orleans Film Festival – World Premiere 2017 Maryland Film Festival 2017 Marfa Film Festival 2017 Brooklyn Film Festival 2017 Boston International Film Festival 2017 Indie Grits Film Festival 2017 Mammoth […]
In the mountains of Costa Rica, Lya Battle gives a second chance to over 1,000 stray dogs at her sanctuary, and hope for those who have yet to be found. Directed, Produced by Adrian Cicerone Cinematography by Paul Theodoroff 1st Camera Assistant – Joshua Robert Cote Edited by Adrian Cicerone, Cavan James Color Grading by […]
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How wise words from the past could influence future generations. This is the second excerpt from an upcoming book of letters from Arnold Marsh 1890 to 1977, this one again to his sister Sylvia. The topic is mostly about the Bible and other works, racism and slavery, civilisation and class structure, etc. Written while he was in […]
The Long Take Film Noir meets archive footage in this visual retelling of award-winning poet Robin Robertson’s dramatic lyric of historic Hollywood Scottish-born writer Robin Robertson’s thrilling narrative poem The Long Take is set in the now vanished era of mid-century Los Angeles. Video editor Paul Martinovic constructs a backdrop of meticulously researched archival footage against which […]
Julia Ohrmann: Bansuri Mehdi Aminian: Ney, Setar, Vocals Sudhir Bunda: Tabla March 2017 Bucharest, Romania This creation is trying to demonstrate common musical roots of Persia and India through the medium of two wind instruments, the Bansuri (India) and the Ney (Iran), played by Julia Ohrmann and Mehdi Aminian. India and Persia are among the […]
In Hollywood, everything is magic and make-believe, even sounds. When you watch a film that immerses you completely in its world, you’re probably hearing the work of sound artists. If the work is done right, you won’t be able to tell that the “natural” sounds on screen are manufactured with studio props. That’s the challenge […]
We might think of Performance Art as something completely different to what’s usually shown in museums. We’re used to museums (like us) collecting and showing objects, but performance is live and ephemeral. It happens and then it’s gone. But more and more, we’re showing this sort of thing. In this series, we invited art historian […]