afilm proudly presents INSIDE THE DREAMMACHINE, a fashion motion editorial directed by afilm alumni Giovanni Smets for designer Anneleen Bertels (http://anneleenbertels.wordpress.com/ ) featuring Kristel Van de Kamp and Jane Mason. Cinematography by Juan A. Fernandez. Robot by afilm collaborator Camcontrol. Make up by Alba Crespo.
Laura Egan's evocative dreamscape, Apollo Rising is filled with the kind of imagery that pushes boundaries. Inspired by Jack Dempsey, the gentleman fighter of the Prohibition era, the film explores the dual nature within us all. Darkness and light, good vs. evil, the full scope of epic drama shot in a dreamy style that shifts between gritty reality and ethereal fantasy. Experience it for yourself - only in MDX.
For the first time, Free People has produced a short film to embody the story that takes place in our latest catalog. Starring actor Christopher Abbott of the hit show ‘Girls,’ alongside model/actress Sheila Marquez, the catalog and film follow a love story: a touring band member and his bohemian beaut are unexpectedly reunited on a Brooklyn street and share a short time together in the city’s boroughs. What begins with sharing a coffee and a game of roshambo leads the lovers on a whirlwind romance, all building up to what seems to be an inevitable conclusion to their chance meeting. Set to the sounds of Lord Huron’s “The Ghost on the Shore,” the film brings the narrative of these star-crossed lovers to life with a fully flushed out storyline and a surprise ending. Please let us know what you think in the comments below!
Director (s): Guy Aroch and Jonathan Doe
Creative Director(s): Free People and Brody Baker for Starworks Group
Concept By: Free People
Director of Photography: Carlos Veron
Producer: Starworks Group
Associate Producer: Connor Doherty for Starworks Group
Chris: Christopher Abbott
Sheila: Sheila Marquez
Post Production Co: The Mill
Editor: Ryan McKenna
Colorist: Damien Van Der Cruyssen
Producer: Carl Walters
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What was it for you? A drawn out flirtation, a sweet gesture from a stranger, or a spur of the moment heated kiss? In Free People’s new short film, ‘Spark,’ the brand offers a jovial look at taking a chance on love and that moment in time when it all happens. From flirty co-workers, to silent laundromat companions, to two friends who put it all on the line, the video showcases a fun take on the ways in which love can blossom in an instant. Watch as each couple plays the game, and fall in love all over again.
Poppy Delevingne and David Flinn
Michele Ouellet and Justin Passmore
Nicole Trunfio, Matt McIntyre, and Carson Kelley
Sharam Diniz and Miles Garber
Director of Photography & Director: Carlos Veron
Edit: Ryan McKenna
Art Direction: Free People
Producer: Carl Walters
Hair: Amy Farid and Britney Williams
Makeup: Deanna Hagan
First AD: Ben Kahn
Colorist: Michael Rossiter
Music: The Prettiest Thing, by Oh Darling
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NewbarK presents is an ongoing collaborative project of artists and visonaries to create mesmerising moving visuals, premiered each season at the NewbarK presentations.
For Fall/Winter 2014 NewbarK presents ‘Knowing through nothing’, a Floria Sigismondi film featuring Jamie Bochert.
Keeping in the tradition of the early surrealists, "Knowing Through Nothing" is an exploration in dream-logic, superstition, coincidence, and mysticism. Light, fire, reflection and the body play a big role in this incantation told through fragments, creating discourse.
Launched in 2009 by stylist sisters Marjan and Maryam Malakpour, NewbarK is a luxury collection of handmade shoes and bags with a chic and clean design aesthetic.
All NewbarK pieces are hand crafted in Los Angeles from the best leather, canvas, felt, and suede, and reflect the hard-edged, unstudied sophistication that the sisters bring to their styling work.
The debut collection included one simple design: flat shoes that folded into a small carrying pouch, a stylish alternative to ballet flats. From there, the collection has expanded to boots and hard-soled shoes, followed closely by a rich variety of handbags, totes, and pouches.