The film was shot over one day on location in London Bridge; London, in an old disused archway which at one time was used as a morgue in WW2.
The film was shot on the Arri Alexa, edited on Final Cut Pro and graded on Nucoda.
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Brand - Kiss Me Deadly Lingerie
Written & Directed by - WOLF CVB
Executive Producer - Gem Souleyman
Produced By - Gem Souleyman & Daniel Deville
Director Of Photography - Chris Stevens
Gaffer - Paul Allen
Art Director - Ben Hopwood
1st AD - Jonathan Sidwell
Focus Puller - Clare Fraser
Edited By - Dani Deville
Colourist - Jack Jones
D.I.T - Richard George
Make Up - Jessica Hunte
Hair - Adam Bennett
Styling - Jane Doe
Production Co - CRIMSON/clover
Model Management - Sandra @ Carpe Diem Models
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Directed by Dustin Buck
Produced by Jonathan Arguello
Music: Kanchi - Nowhere
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A quick short film we shot on the Arri Alexa starring Katie Ball and Graham Dickson
Director: Calum Macdiarmid
DOP: Nick Bennett
Music: Water: wahdur.com
Editor: James Demetriou
Sound Effects: Dugal Macdiarmid
Grade: George K at MPC
Make-up: Rose Angus
Producer: Sapphire Nalden
Compositing/Special effects done in After Effects
The building was an abandoned house in Oxfordshire.
Short Film commissioned by Hamburg fashion brand Ethel Vaughn.
“As I stared up into the bright blue sky that was near the end of what felt like a trillion years, I was visited by a horrible sense of claustrophobia. A claustrophobia that sets in only when no space is great enough to contain you. Cause you have all this stuff inside you that refuses to leave. All those useless stupid things from the past.”
... a female voice whispers in the beginning of the film.
Things talk relationships. This is the premise for THE GAME OF THINGS, Cristian Straub’s latest fashion short film for German fashion label Ethel Vaughn. A woman is haunted by her past, by things and moments she once shared with someone. As the film unfolds
we get a grasp of the romantic relationship that is no more. The woman is determined to clean up her life - by setting all the "useless, stupid things" from the past on fire. In the meantime, a mysterious rider appears. And it looks like he’s up to no good...
Once again, director Cristian Straub was joined by director of photography Jakob Suess in his journey for new forms of visual expression. Heavily inspired by the cinema of the late 60s & early 70s (like Nicolas Roeg’s “Don’t look now” or Polanski’s “The Tenant”), they crafted a film that emanates not only the aesthetic feel, but also embraces the courageous spirit and the cinematic curiosity of that particular era in film history.
For THE GAME OF THINGS Fashion Film House Riese Farbaute teamed with Metrosafari Locations, both aiming to set new standards in forward thinking fashion film productions.