“Ghosts and Fashion” is a visualization of a poem by the same name by world-renown poet Elaine Equi (The New Yorker, American Poetry Review, The Best American Poetry). The short tells the simple, lyrical story of a new ghost who now needs to figure out what to wear in the[…]
Should we fear the light, or embrace it? Based around the iconic Dylan Thomas poem of the same name, Do Not Go Gently Into This Good Night uses interwoven art form vignettes to make a commentary on how the implementation of recent restrictive night-time laws and regulations within Sydney have[…]
Changing of seasons reflect the transition from childhood into adulthood. Anaïs voices her feelings with a mixture of anticipation and anxiety. Anaïs is fully aware that things are changing, though not entirely sure to what extent. Each season represents a specific time in one’s life: spring full of the carelessness[…]
An aspiring fashion model tests the lengths to which she will go to achieve beauty.
“Dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.” In this experimental / elemental / fashion short film, we explore visual & sonic interpretations of origination; and our inherent destiny of returning to that from which we came.
Two lovers rendezvous at a secluded cabin in Topanga Canyon in this suspense film from Stewart Maclennan.
Blue Bird is a conceptual fashion short film about a girl who kills her innocence, the “blue bird”, in order to get what she really wants, power. Director’s Statement Blue bird is a conceptual short film, my idea was to explore literature and poetry in the cinema world. Inspired by[…]
A cyclical revenge narrative with the look and feel of a fashion film. Featuring two girls trapped in a never ending cycle of revenge.
Once the party is over, Lilah and Echo decide to visit their once best friend, Claire, who just celebrated her birthday with her new boyfriend, Julian, to hand over a little present. Eye for an Eye is one of the 10 editorial fashion films commissioned by Vogue Italia and Fashion[…]
Set in of the moonlike space of Italy’s Carrara caves, Enrico Poli’s new fashion film M O N O – Y seeks “to define a union and an identity between a man and a woman, between black and white, between two lost souls”.