In Neighbor, Free People's most recent short film, Daisy Lowe plays the sexy girl next door trying to reel in a cute boy, played by Jacques Naude, who lives in building across the way. This cheeky love story features the UK model/actress putting in a good deal of effort to appear effortlessly beautiful. Daisy Lowe aims to get the mysterious neighbor's attention through their city window with a few funny mishaps along the way. The short is a quirky take on the best way to find love... by simply being yourself.
Featuring: Daisy Lowe and Jacques Naude
Shot By: Carlos Veron
Edited By: Ryan McKenna, The Mill
Music By: Gina Cimmelli
Creative Direction: Free People and Brody Baker for SWG
Directed By: Jonathan Doe and Guy Aroch
Art By: Kara Northcut and Andrea Huelse
Makeup: Deanna Hagan
Our latest car porn introduces Lamborghini's new super sports car Aventador with its 700 HP bull power - powerful and classy just like his namesake, Spanish bull legend Aventador - relentlessly fighting the forces of nature in a 3-minute special effect thunderstorm, shot in the Californian desert Coyote Dry Lakebed and directed by Ole Peters.
THE REAL THING is a short documentary about custom hot rod builder BODIE STROUD and his re-imagining of a classic Mustang by way of an extremely rare and powerful motor built specifically for legendary racer Mario Andretti's 1969 Can Am series race car.
The film follows the complex and creative build from its early stages, through its initial test drive all the way to an unveiling at the SEMA Car Show in Las Vegas where Bodie comes face to face with Mario Andretti himself.
Directed and Photographed by Julian King
Edited by Cassidy Gearhart
Sound Design and Mix by Omar Jon Ajluni
Music: "TRT" by Omar Jon Ajluni, "Soft Temple" by Grails, "Alma" by Oren Ambarchi
Featuring Bodie Stroud, Mario Andretti, Mitchell McDonald, Stephanie Pacheco, Clark Gillie
Produced by Julian King and Robert Valderrama
Steadicam / First Assistant Camera: Tanner Stauss
Production Sound: Ian Thompson
Key Grip: Justin Raths
DIT: Benjamin Verhulst