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CANADA London‘s director Rogelio González makes the most of his time in quarantine with an introspective journey into his own psyche and vivid dreams. The relationship between the director and his lockdown partner – from reading together to tripping together – forms the basis of a film that charts a journey through the different stages a 50 day lockdown imposes on the mind. “It depicts what could’ve happened in a Spanish home when lockdown brought together a couple of immature adults’’ says Rogelio, who commanded the directing, writing, cinematography and editing of the piece – an ode to DIY filming in his very own apartment and surroundings, showing that limitations exist only in the mind.
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McNitt works alongside scientists to tell stories about the human connection to the cosmos, and her film ‘SPHERES’ made history at the Sundance Film Festival as the world’s first acquisition of a VR experience.
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Chris Boyle’s most recent commercial film for Sainsbury’s, was created by Wieden + Kennedy London. Produced by Helen Power through the London based studio, Private Island, this special campaign aimed to thank every single one of Sainsbury’s colleagues for stepping up and helping feed the nation. Private Island were also responsible for the edit and post production.
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Uber-stylist and storyteller, Jo Hambro, showcases some of her vast, personal collection of polaroids, notebooks and moodboards taken from the fashion shoots she worked on over the last two decades. Her close friends and collaborators, Sir Elton John and David Furnish, have written the foreword. The book contains previously unseen images of Keith Richards, Steven Tyler, Daniel Craig, Benicio del Toro, Ozzy Osbourne and David Beckham. Interviews with the photographers who took these pictures include David LaChapelle, Peter Lindbergh, the Douglas Brothers, Paolo Roversi, Gavin Bond, Julian Broad, Guzman and Dana Lixenberg. Book design by Michael Nash Associates, available now online and book stores.
Jo Hambro began her career at British Vogue in the early Eighties, and in 1992 became the Creative Fashion Director of British GQ, a position she held until 2015. During that time she worked with iconic names in fashion photography: Bob Richardson, Deborah Turbeville, Terence Donovan, David Bailey, Steven Klein, Rankin, Bryan Adams, as well as the photographers whose work features in the book. Jo continues to work with and style some of the most famous names in fashion, entertainment, business and politics. Her recent collaborations include styling with Gucci for Sir Elton John‘s ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road’ world tour, the biopic ‘Rocketman’ and recently at the Oscars.
THE POWER OF THE POLAROID Instantly Forever
by Jo Hambro. Foreword by Sir Elton John & David Furnish
Published in hardback on 1st May 2020 by Clearview Books
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When Just Eat wanted an iconic rapper to take their legendary jingle to the next level and create a song to get everyone smiling, Talent Republic utilised their years of extensive experience in talent negotiation, to cast and secure iconic polymath Snoop Dogg. It’s a little-known fact that Snoop is a dedicated foodie who penned ‘From Crook to Cook’ and co-hosts ‘Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party Challenge’ with BFF Martha Stewart, which made him the perfect choice for the premier food delivery company. Created by McCann London, the TVC sees Snoop fed up of hearing the world’s most love-to-hate jingle and deciding to Snoopify it. The ‘Did Somebody Say Just Eat/Menulog’ global campaign launched this month in the UK, Ireland and Australia, and will air later in the year in Spain, France, Denmark and Italy. Usage spans TV, OOH, DOOH, Social and Radio. Snoop himself launched the campaign using his social media and released a teaser on Instagram, Instagram Stories, Facebook and Snapchat. At the time of writing this, the TVC had been viewed on Youtube over 3.1m times, and the response from both Press and public has been overwhelmingly positive.