Showing posts with label Film. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Film. Show all posts

Monday, July 14, 2014

Witch City Wicks | BLACK LODGE


"The shadow-self of the White Lodge. The legend says that every spirit must pass through there on the way to perfection. There, you will meet your own shadow self."
A must have for any Twin Peaks fan!
A warm woodsy fragrance with bergamot, a heart of rose and violet, rounded out with amber, sandalwood, vanilla and a mysterious, earthy undertone. **Only 100 candles are being released for this run!




Friday, May 16, 2014

R E A L M


Realm - Directed by Jeff Elstone

Realm is a fashion film and fashion shoot written few months ago by Madeleine N., art director and production designer of Black Madeleine Studio , based in Sardinia and Florence and by NY based photographer and filmmaker Jeff P. Elstone.
It's a project that involves photographers, filmmakers, professional theatre actors, costume designers, scenographers, models and musicians. Jarboe, singer from legendary band SWANS, and prolific solo artist has signed the original music of the video trailer. It's the story of a royal family from the ancient world, possibly the Nuragics (pre historical sardinian civilization), with an atmoshpere that recalls of Shakespeare's King Lear. The protagonist is a feminine deity, precisely a priestess that embodies this deity, the Mater Matuta , goddess of dawn, or the even older Great Mother, worshiped by the Nuragics and traceable in most of the mediterrean ancient civilizations.


Credits:
Photographed and filmed by Jeff P. Elstone
Written by Black Madeleine and Jeff P. Elstone
Art Direction and Set Design: Black Madeleine
Original Costumes and Headpieces: Jenni Hensler NY
Fashion Editor: Black Madeleine
Make up and Hair: Tosi Cortese
Actors: Claudio Laconi: The King, Enrico Firpo: The Priest
Models: Isak Julin, Barbara Sorcic, Maxine Anastasia
The kids: Leone L. and Nicole C.
Special thanks to: Sara N, Edoardo S. and Franca S.
Fashion by: InAisce, Titania Inglis, Barbara i Gongini, Eleanor Amoroso.




Friday, March 7, 2014

Dum Dum Girls | "Are You Okay" (By Bret Easton Ellis, Official Short Film)



Dum Dum Girls' in 'Are You Okay,' a short film written by Bret Easton Ellis and featuring the single "Are You Okay?" from the band's acclaimed new album, 'Too True.' The psychological thriller, which stars Dee Dee Penny and Shiloh Fernandez, was directed by Brewer (Alt J, Purity Ring, Passion Pit), and produced by Braxton Pope, with additional musical score composed by Tamaryn and Drew McDowall. 

The video also includes Charles Ray's artwork Two Boys (2010), courtesy of the artist and Matthew Marks Gallery. 

Friday, February 28, 2014

Chelsea Wolfe | Trailer I "Lone"




This is an excerpt from the long format film "Lone" starring Chelsea Wolfe and directed by Mark Pellington. Produced by Cathy Pellow & Paul Bock for Sargent House Featuring music from the Chelsea Wolfe Album Pain Is Beauty. 




Pre-Order the Film LONE on custom 4 gig USB Drive at:http://chelseawolfe.hellomerch.com



Directed by : Mark Pellington - http://www.markpellington.com/
for Sargent House / http://sargenthouse.com 

CHELSEA WOLFE

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Vetrnætr For Titania Inglis



A glimpse of an alien future, a distant memory, an ancient myth. Vetrnætr showcases Titania Inglis’s bold minimalism as journey from barren fields, across desolate landscapes and into a cold sea.

Director: Chris Reed // Featuring: Britany Nola // Cinematography: Mani Zarrin // Original Score: Ana Lola Roman // Production: Chris Reed Productions // Editors: Clay Adamczyk and Jenna Marsh // Camera: Juan Martinex and Jenna Marsh

http://www.chrisreedproductions.com


Friday, January 17, 2014

Outer Dark // Inner Light | Chris Reed



Outer Dark // Inner Light is a contrast between robotic movements and atavistic sexuality in a universe almost entirely divorced of color. Created by Chris Reed and Jenna Mash and shot by Mani Zarrin Outer Dark // Inner Light is set in a future forward of coming technological singularities and defined by stark interactions. Mutual attraction is the genesis of two post-humans regression from their advanced state. However, these beings are so removed from their humanity they are unable to fulfill their natural desires.

Out Dark // Inner Light features Nick from New York Models as Male, Kendahl from Fenton Moon as Female, accessories from Gigi Burris Millinery, Rebel and Quill, WXYZ Jewelry, Psyche Jewelry, make up by Claudia Lake, and hair by Nina Jackson. This film is set to In My Mouth by Azar Swan.

chrisreedproductions.com

Thursday, January 9, 2014

FILM: METALHEAD | Ragnar Bragason


[Acclaimed Icelandic filmmaker Ragnar Bragason (Children, Parents) directs this darkly comic drama about a grief-stricken young woman who adopts the persona — and decibel-blasting predilections — of her deceased brother.
There are some things you never get used to. That's certainly the case for Hera, the heroine of Ragnar Bragason's Metalhead. As a young girl she witnessed the accidental death of her brother, Baldur, a long-haired heavy-metal devotee. She promptly remade herself in his image — wearing his clothes, and listening to and playing music at earshredding volumes — as an expression of her grief, her anger, and a reminder to her parents that they haven't really dealt with their loss. Still, as the end of high school and the arrival of adulthood looms, her acts of rebellion no longer satisfy her the way they once did, and Hera begins to act out on a larger, more destructive scale.]
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Friday, December 27, 2013

We Must Remain the Wildhearted Outsiders | PRE-SALE



I'm very excited to share the news that my amazing friend Chase Lisbon's We Must Remain the Wildhearted Outsidersnow has a pre-release date!! Featuring Apnea , Lauren WK ,Mosh and more...


We Must Remain the Wildhearted Outsiders







Reserve your copy of "We Must Remain the Wildhearted Outsiders" now. This is a limited run that will not be available to the public until a later date. All pre-sale orders will ship on or before the 21st and will receive a digital link on that date. A general public release date is still TBA.





Order now at www.WMRTWO.com









WE MUST REMAIN THE WILDHEARTED OUTSIDERS video teaser from WMRTWO on Vimeo.







Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Dirty Girls




Shot in 1996 and edited in 2000, this is a short documentary about a group of 13-year-old riot grrrls in Los Angeles who were socially ostracized at their school by their peers and upperclassmen. Everyone in the schoolyard held strong opinions about these so-called "dirty girls," and meanwhile the "dirty girls" themselves aimed to get their message across by distributing their zine across campus. Directed by Michael Lucid. Music: "Batmobile" by Liz Phair.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Amex Unstage Presents Jack White


Great live performance by musician Jack White presenting his new album "Blunderbuss".

Tracklisting:
01 Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground
02 Missing Pieces
03 Freedom at 21
04 Love Love Interruption
05 Hotel Yorba
06 Two Against One
07 Top Yourself
08 I'm Slowly Turning Into You
09 Blue Blood Blues
10 Take Me With You when You Go
11 Sixteen Saltines
12 Cut Like A Buffalo
13 Weep Themselves To Sleep
14 Trash Tongue Talker
15 You Know That I Know
16 We're Going To Be Friends
17 Hypocritical Kiss
18 Hello Operator
19 Carolina Drama
20 Seven Nation Army
21 I Guess I Should Go To Sleep

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

OCTV Presents | Chloë Sevigny in 'Where's Bambi?' by William Strobeck





Check out William Strobeck's short film featuring Chloë and some of her favorite things. Set to the haunting track "Fly the Sky" by Colony Farm, the film captures Chloë in her element—wearing pieces from the CHLOË SEVIGNY FOR OPENING CEREMONY archive collection. 





Available at 10 Greene St., Opening Ceremony London, and the ONLINE LONDON POP-UP SHOP.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

I Don't Know Who I Am | An interview with Patrick O'Dell


Photo courtesy of  camerabag.tv

When I think of Patrick O’Dell I tend to associate you with skateboarding, Morrissey and dogs. Who is Patrick O’Dell?

I like all three of those things. I don't know who I am. Still trying to figure it out.




What was growing up like for you?

My family moved around a lot. I think it made me comfortable with change.  I was bullied as a kid and sometimes still am, people want to beat the things out of you that make you different, 'the nail that stands up, get beaten down.'   

Kevin 'Spank' Long & Jerry Hsu shot by Patrick O'Dell

Photo collage by Patrick O'Dell

Do you remember what you wanted to be when you grew up?

 I just wanted adventure, as all kids do.


© Patrick O'Dell

© Patrick O'Dell

How did you find your way into taking photos and make a living from it?
I took photos even before I started skating.  Then as I began skating, I would try and shoot pictures of that.  Eventually I made 'zines and sent them to magazines. 
Bryce Kanights printed some of my pictures in Thrasher, Thomas Campbell printed some in Skateboarder, Joe Brook in Slap.  Just little by little chipped away at having a career. 

Chloe Sevigny shot by Patrick O'Dell
Do you consider yourself a photographer or more the videographer? And which do you prefer?

I prefer photography.  For my shows sometimes I even hire a cameraman to do the videoing for me.  



You seem to be at all the right places at the right time. Friends, networking or just plain bribery?
Luck of the Irish.  I think if you have an interest in discovering things and doing fun stuff, then you find those things. I always choose things I am interested in, over financial gain.  And everyday I try to get at least one thing done, which adds up. 

I am an avid reader/viewer of your epicly later’d blog. Will it be returning in 2012?


Yeah, I've been updating a little more.  I just try to make sure each page is interesting, and sometimes that's hard. 

Ed Templeton and Patrick O'Dell.

© Patrick O'Dell

What projects have you been working on recently?

I've been working on Altamont Apparel lately, shooting the photos and videos, coming up with collabs and t-shirt ideas.  Its been a really fun exciting outlet.  It was an unexpected career turn and I'm enjoying it!

Sleigh Bells shot by Patrick O'Dell


Where do you think most of your inspiration for your work comes from?

I don't know, just being excited about things.  Not trying to be a grouch, not being negative if I can help it.  If I like something, I'm drawn to it. 

Chan Marshall (Cat Power) Shot by Patrick O'Dell


How have you found the transition from your more personal work to more popular advertising work?

I always try to shoot in my style.  Every time I go outside of that it looks bad or feels forced.  So mostly I try and find jobs that want my look.

© Patrick O'Dell

Do you prefer shooting the more personal stuff than the more mainstream stuff or is there a happy medium?

I shoot mostly personal stuff.  I don't shoot car commercials or anything. 




Is there any one person or persons that you really enjoy shooting or have any specific good memories about shooting?
Lots of people, Ali Boulala, Arto Saari, Cardiel, Reynolds, Dash Snow, Chloe, Natasha Lyonne, Morrissey, Cat Power... so many. 


Jerry Hsu © Patrick O'Dell
When you are not shooting photography what can we expect to find you doing?
Relaxing in Echo Park with my dog.  Skating Lincoln Park skate park.  Nature hiking.  Road Tripping. 



What are some of the biggest misconceptions about you and your work?

I haven't thought about it.  I don't know. 

Antuan Dixon shot by Patrick O'Dell

Have you ever found yourself in a position where you have shot something captivating but have morally felt obliged to omit it?
Yeah, a few times.  I didn't shoot Spanky in the hospital when he got burned, but then later I saw that everyone else did.   Sometimes sexy time photos get omitted or things that are personal. 

Do you find your friendship with a lot of the skaters is more of a help or hindrance when interview, filming or shooting them?

No, it makes it way easier.


Patrick and Edgar the dog


Is there anybody you would love to shoot that you haven't yet had the opportunity to?

Sinead O'Connor, Sophie Scholl, Sylvie Vartan.


© Patrick O'Dell


Chad Muska shot by Patrick O'Dell

Who are some of your Photographic Idols and/or Inspirations? And, why?


Jaques Henri Lartigue for sure. He was the first. I like Hedi Slimane too. I get jealous of both of them. 

Terry Kennedy shot by Patrick O'Dell

What can we expect to see you in the future?

More Epicly Later'd episodes... awesome clothing and collaborations by Altamont, I lined up some really cool people to do clothes for us.  Hopefully I'll update my photo site until my death bed.