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The Road Story Vietnam: A beautiful short film by Georgy Tarasov let’s us lean back and feel the wanderlust in our hearts. Being free like a bird, enjoying the beauty of nature and exploring life.

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Berlin, Berlin
by Nehemias Colindres

Like any other day
It is the fleeting moments that we remember
What is it that binds us to this place?
We come to this city
Each with hopes, dreams and fears
What’s been left behind is no more
Today we start anew
We are the loved and the misguided
Aspirations are what brings us
Harsh realities are what awaits
Who will I become
Where will I be
In this vast city it is easy to blend in
Even easier to feel alone
Try and see past the forest
Find your kingdom
Fight the good fight
Losing yourself is the only way
Look around you
Listen to the whispers
As that light gets brighter
Know that it burns for you
Know that you don’t stand-alone
We struggle to find our balance
We run thru with our heads in the clouds
Our hearts are wild
We search for meaning
Here we are sleep deprived and hungry
Waiting for fate to knock
As the city breathes life into us
We find our clarity
We know that today is not like any other day

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The finally released Chanel film ‘Reincarnation’ by Karl Lagerfeld starring Pharell Williams, Cara Delevingne and Géraldine Chaplin is just overwhelming our after lunch coffee break.

Telling the story of Coco Chanel, and her inspiration for Chanel’s signature jacket, british model Cara Delevingne plays the leading character in the film. Set in a bourgeois austrian hotel the short film was created to accompany the Chanel Paris-Salzburg 2014/15 Métiers d’art collection which will be shown in Salzburg today.

The naughty waitress (Cara Delevingne) who is playing rigs and a stiff lift boy (Pharell Williams) doing his job. Awake at night while the rest of the place is asleep they embody empress Elisabeth “Sissi” und emperor Franz Joseph of Austria and show off a ballroom dance while singing a duet.

In addition to his starring role, Pharrell composed and wrote the lyrics to “CC the World,” the soundtrack of ‘Reincarnation’. The film is an artistic collaboration of Lagerfeld and Pharrell who is a close friend of the house Chanel and the designer in personal. Cara Delevingne is the face of the 2014/15 Métiers d’art collection.

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“Do you want to talk? Do you want to ask my anything?” a celebrity who you have followed in films and magazines for years asks you!

What would your answer be? Sure, I get it that you don’t have an answer ready straight away – because how to choose what the most important question is. But there must me something. We have recently been interviewed for a media conference and one of the questions was: “what would you ask Kate Moss if you meet her to pose one question?” Well, it were most definitely not the deepest questions ever that crossed our minds but Zoe immediately shouted out: “Do you wear underwear?” and I blurted out: “How was it kissing Cara?”
So, I admit the questions that come into our heads when the possibility opens up to ask a star whatever you like might not be world moving questions but at least I would have a bunch of them. The only answer these two girls in Kirsten Dunst’s short film aspirational have, is “can you tag me?”

In an artful and soft way the criticism of our modern society and our usage of social media and the phenomenon of the selfie is presented and leaves you with an uneasy feeling that at the same time calms you down by feeling understood. I often struggle with short films that hold us a mirror of daily trends and criticism up in the face – like do you remember the “look up” video where this guy tells you the story of his life and claims that if he wouldn’t have looked up from his phone and asked someone for directions instead of looking at his google maps, he would have never met the love of his life… well it was not a bad film or anything or that the message didn’t have some alarming truth in it but it didn’t make me feel understood. More the opposite, every time I check for directions on my phone I feel guilty these days but seriously 99% of the people in the streets you ask for directions turn out to not be the love of your life and just tell you some direction which quite often is wrong – just because they don’t know better (most likely because they always follow the directions on their phone).

With this short film it’s different. The message is clear but it leaves me with a good feeling in a way, when I meet Kirsten Dunst or any other celebrity I will make sure to ask them a bunch of questions or at least discuss this film with them when I ask them to tag me!

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Good morning and let’s quickly update your pic on grindr or some other dating app!
This short film sweetened my black coffee this morning: The New York-based erotic magazine ADULT takes the grooming routine of a handsome fellow to a new level. Dazed recently premiered the first ever film, conceived by co-founder Berkeley Poole and brought to life by director Jamie Webster at Common Good Studio.

The film makers tell that their first short film was inspired by their twice-failed efforts to get a certain type of pic into the print issue – no success there. The director, Jamie Webster says he wanted to communicate the real-world effects of our social media affects. His aim was to achieve this without being extreme or dystopic. The main character is Wei Han, a mysterious gentleman, who received support from a body double. The video was shot in downtown Toronto, keeping with a long tradition of Toronto playing New York on film. The two co-founders of ADULT magazine, who also wrote the script to the film in cooperation with Jamie Webster are both born-and-raised Canadians. They present the short film with the words:

“Sit back, dim the lights, and enjoy our LONG EXPOSURE: a very ADULT take on American manhood.”

 

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ODDITORY won the category best Fashion Film at BERLIN fashion FILM FESTIVAL 2013!
What first seems like a normal lecture at University develops differently than probably expected!
Just see for yourself:

(we are already looking forward to this years Berlin fashion Film Festival in July!)

 

 


Written and Directed by Monica Menez
Director of Photography: Paul Robert Klinar, GSC
Casting / Models by Brodybookings Stuttgart
Music: Yo van Lenz / HearDis! Corporate Sound
Stylist: Sanne Roesch
Stylist Assistent: Lisa Gronbach
Make up: Sabine Nania (Chief Makeup Artist), Arbresha Dika, Eleni Yannopoulos, Rebecca Heitmann, Sarah Rabel, Samela Ramovic, Sebastian Salas
Editor: Milos Savic
Colorgrading: Klinar Film
Gaffer: Peter Schöllhorn
Bestboy: Pay Guera
1st AC Moritz Schreiner
2nd AC David Kretschmer
Cast: Students (all by Brodybookings) Aljoscha Amo, Christian, David Dominik, Jasmin, Kevin, Leo, Lukas, Marcel, Marijana, Max, Nina, Pauline, Polly, Sarah, Sophia, Veruschka, Teacher: Thomas Lempertz

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They are called Pixel Panties — Made with squares, fit for round bottoms. They’re designed for people who love retro games and 8 bit visuals but couldn’t find a way to make them fashionable and sexy. These panties make that possible.

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What a smile what a face. After she was booked as the face of a Chloé fragrance in 2011 her classical amorous beauty is known all over: Imogen Poots.

Starring Jess in Nick Hornby’s  ‘A long way down’. Imogen Poots characters’ look represents a very vulnerable young girl which wants to step out of her dads political shadow the pain of disappearance of her sister to find a place for herself in the wide world. Talking things out loud before thinking, a rude vocabulary and having no friends make it hard to come along with her.

In the March issue of Canada’s Flare Magazine she tells: “The other day, when I was leaving the house for a party in this slip dress with these red lips and my hair all crazy, someone said, ‘I dunno, it’s all a bit Courtney Love.’ And I was like, ‘Awesome, that’s perfect! See you later!'”.

 

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Einstein/ People’s Republic of China/ puberty/ european premiere/ one child politics/ astrophysics/ Generation 14plus/ Berlinale 2014.

There are people in China who eat dogs and yes there came up the question from the audience if the movie was about stopping people to eat dogs in China. Indeed this was not the intention of the movie.

The movie directed by Cao Baoping playing in the section Generation 14plus of the Berlinale 2014 shows the life of the 11 year old Li Wan who lives with her grandparents. A typical situation caused by China’s one child politics. Interested in astrophysics she is rebellious against the social norms. To motivate Li Wan to take her studies more serious her father buys her a puppy. Not interested in the new pet in the first place she becomes very enthusiastic about little Einstein. When the dog runs away her little world falls apart.

The story which is partly based on screen writer Jiao Huajing’s own life, shows the challenges and problems which teenagers and parents in China face nowadays.

Zhang Xueying with her sweet sixteen years plays the main character persuading and impressive. A name which one should remember.

SlashMuse says good luck, well done & thank you for coming to Berlin.

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‘Ooh’-faces on all these posters advertising the new Lars von Trier film Nymphomaniac.

Rumor has it there will be two versions of the five hour film, a softer version and a more in-your-face one. A little spy that we know has managed to get a glimpse at the film material in Copenhagen. We are assured now that it will be no disappointment. SlashMuse is looking forward to the premiere, which will be 25th December ’13 in Danmark, 31st January ’14 in Sweden and 27th February ’14 in Germany.

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