Xiaomi by Stuart Douglas

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4 July 2018

Stuart Douglas’s latest for mobile phone giant Xiaomi, publicising the impressive AI assisted camera capabilities of the Mi 6X, features Chinese superstar , actor & rapper Kris Wu.

Featuring some truly spectacular vistas of Los Angeles and some philosophical musings on a subject of long close to Stuart’s heart: the nature of photography.

Borkur

Vultures · Trailer

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Borkur

Vultures · Trailer

“Mothering” by Lucy Bridger

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18 June 2018

Ridiculously excited and proud to share an image from Lucy‘s recently finished short film ‘Mothering’…

Mothering tells the story of a young girl Mia, arriving at her new foster home. When her first period arrives in the early hours, help comes in the form of her foster parent’s elderly mother, Pauline.

It’s hitting the festival circuit – so watch this space for information or where and how to see it soon.

Written & Directed by Lucy Bridger
Produced by Alisa Tapping
Cinematography by Nick Morris
Editor: Jack Williams

Jesper Ericstam

Joan & Carol · Cheerios

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Jesper Ericstam

Joan & Carol · Cheerios

Where would we be without that friend, the one that is there when you need them, wherever and whenever?

Jesper’s latest film for Cheerios follows Joan and Carol, two neighbours who’s friendship flourishes over several decades of fun and adversity – through crises including leaky roofs, house fires, a bat infestation (surely a homage to Catch him Derry), and other neighbours dodgy dance moves.

The glue that binds this relationship is bowl after bowl of sweetened cereal hoops – which as part of a healthy diet can afford one sufficient longevity for these kinds friendships to mature, like fine wine.

Somehow, in Jesper’s masterful hands, this schtick seems quite credible and entertaining.

Jesper Ericstam

Kids · McDonalds

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Jesper Ericstam

Kids · McDonalds

Whopper Dog · Burger King

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Whopper Dog · Burger King

Toffifee “Imperfect” by Liz Murphy

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12 April 2018

There is a tendency amongst parents to bemoan the pressures of family life, the chaos, the perpetual grinding tiredness, the lack of gratitude, lack of support, the financial pressures, the bloody dog, the anxiety, social one-upmanship, the school gate mafia, that perfect family up the road in the big house who manage to go skiing and somewhere hot every year with their kids who seem to win everything, questionable school mates, and ringworm. But the truth is family life can be a series of magic moments, plenty of giggles and warm loving memories. Liz manages to capture this side of family life in a delightful series of filmic vignettes, coaxing the most naturalistic performances out of her cast.

Why ruin a perfectly simple, indulgent and financially stable life and have kids? I ask from time to time, but, watching Liz’s film reminds me why.

Part of The Family · Magnet

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Part of The Family · Magnet

If kitchens could talk – I’d be in jail. However, kitchens do see it all – they are central to any family home and all of life is often played out there. In Liz Murphy’s latest film for Magnet we see a family grow and develop. From the baby daughters first day home after being born, through to a moody teen and beyond to another new arrival to the family. The unsung hero, the kitchen, sees it all and remembers.

All shot in Liz’s trademark realism, with the warmth and relatability in her cast that she musters so brilliantly, we actually cast disbelief aside as a viewer and relate to the kitchen as a real entity, recalling fond memories of our own.

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