#PARIS

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music

02:57

L'Impératrice — Danza Marilù (feat. Fabiana Martone)

Avec le soutien du Centre National du Cinéma et de l'Image Animée

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art

00:27

FUTURE GLOSS

3D makeup for korean actress Asung Ko. Music by Disasterpiece, sound design by Panteros666.

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interviews

01:17

Christelle Kocher of KOCHÉ | MAFF Artist Spotlight

KOCHÉ is a fashion brand established in Paris by Christelle Kocher in 2015. KOCHÉ is on a mission to push values of openness in fashion: diversity & inclusion of genders, body shapes, materials used, social and geographical origins.. moreover, KOCHÉ DNA is based on elevated craft know-how.

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interviews

13:53

Nicer Tuesdays: Ines Alpha

Joining us from Paris, Ines Alpha works with AR and 3D renders to reflect on our ever-increasing need to express ourselves. Here, she explains how she developed this unique practice, providing some insight into how she applies this to commercial projects for the likes of Selfridges, Charli XCX and Nike. Nicer Tuesdays is a monthly event curated by It’s Nice That bringing together a selection of speakers for short, sharp insights on new and timely projects.

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music

02:26

La Femme - Françoise

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interviews

01:52

Pierre Huyghe on "Liminal", Punta della Dogana

“Magic is the science of signs. Signs are an interplay of symbols. In this respect yes I believe in symbols.” Pierre Huyghe is a French artist who works in a variety of media from films and sculptures to public interventions and living systems.

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art

02:13

Yves Klein – Anthropometries

Yves Klein used naked women as 'human paintbrushes' to make his 'Anthropometry' paintings, which were produced as elaborate performances in front of an audience. Klein, in bow-tie and suit, would conduct the women as they covered themselves in paint (a colour he patented as 'International Klein Blue') and made imprints of their bodies, whilst musicians played his 'Monotone Symphony' -- a single note played for twenty minutes, followed by twenty minutes of silence. TateShots talked to Elena Palumbo-Mosca, who modelled for Klein, and who appears in footage of one such performance currently being shown in the exhibition A Bigger Splash: Painting after Performance, at Tate Modern.

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music

03:47

Bonnie Banane - Nini

The ghost - Thakone Soum Camera assistant - Tom Haudry Gaffer - Côme Naulleau Electrician assistant - Margot Soubrier Grip - Joffrey Ramananjaona Make Up - Louisa Trapier Hair - Charlotte Dubreuil Hair assistant - Louma Sliti Stylist assistant - Anna Castellano Construction chief - Clémentine Delbecq Painter - Louise Boghossian Construction assistant - Hortense Tollu Riper - Achille Bocquier BTS - Enzo Premier Production - Florine Fourastié

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music

03:48

Crystal Murray - STARMANIAK

Creative director and stylist : @stephygalvani Artist Manager : @Lucevargues @Lebureaudesartistes Director: @Charlottemwales Production Company : @colorscolors.tv Co-founder & Executive Producer: @julie__mathieu and @dienguss Executive Producer: @archiepearch Producer: @bibabthomas And Ersan Bekardes Label: @Becausemusic Project Manager: @matt_le_goff Image Production Director: @Yasmine___Ellle DOP: Jake Scott @jakescottdp @luxartistsltd Production Designer: @elenaisolini Make Up Artist: @curquhartmua @julianwatsonagency Make Up Artist's Assistant: @rubysartistry___ and @sogolmakeup Hairstylist: @clmorhair Hairstylist's Assistant:@aliceschneidau_hmua and @jay.doan.hair Key Assistant Stylist: @pilimateoss Styling Assistant: Mia Yates and Dahlia Ichaou Nail Assistant: Janel Grant Line Producer: Kevin Cheung Production Coordinator: Maggie Curtin Location Manager: Jamie Jamieson Prop Van: Zana Shapiri 1st AD: @alcopland 2nd AD: @alexmcallister 3rd AD: @alexlawlor Runner: Kelland Thomas Smith, @pegmcmillan and Hannah Schupp 1st AC: Tom Taylor 2nd AC: @russeltorode Trainee: @archithegde Playback: Louis Vella Steadicam: Rick James Lewis Gaffer: William Pope Electrician: Matt Simmons and Zach Brown Key Grip: @lou_hamer Sound Recordist: Ben Hyderman Master Rigger: Paul King Art Director: Theresa Bates Props Master: @marcoturcich Art Assistant: Tracy Sada, @gabrielhealy, @ciarareddy_ And @katherinespence Casting Director: @Coralie_blamo_rose @roadcasting Postwoman: @anneka_gouldbourne Butcher: Ahmed Salem Girl Gang 1: @tillyscarlettt Girl Gang 2: Mia Ward Girl Gang 3: Elise Clinton Business Man: Andrew Rolfe Costume Man: Alex Grant Granny: Jane Philips Kids Gang 1: Alexandre De Assuncao Kids Gang 2: Mason Young Kids Gang 3: Lennie Peacock Kids Gang 4: Vivien Dawe Kids Gang 5: Mali Robson Background: Amaziah, Alistaire, Andra, Michael And Fadhillah Stunt Supervisor: Marc Cass Chaperone: Katie Farmer And Kevin Spearshott Post-Production: @Firm_studio Editor Assistant: Mathias Toselli and Emilie Lesgourhgues Post Producer: Camille Huguenin Head Of Post Production: @cocopone Editor: @antoninbrones @collectiv.paris Grading:@jasoncolourist @electric_theatre_collective Title Designer: @Nthnlmrs Audio engineer : @lucas_simn BTS Pictures @ottilielandmark For @Charlottemwales

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fashion

00:30

Metropolitan

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art

00:44

Tu es bien assez (You are enough)

A young woman faces rejection and struggles with low self-esteem. Throughout her emotional journey, she battles inner demons and finally comes to a powerful realization – she deserves to accept herself and declares her worth, despite societal pressures. 'Making this film was, in many ways, a therapeutic conversation with myself. Struggling with my first depressive episode, I felt the urgent need to confront and challenge the internal dialogue that constantly questioned my worth and show it through a video work' - Director, Lada Gronskaia, is originally from Saint Petersburg, Russia and is currently based in Paris, France. Models: Anna Orlova, Anastasia Mironava, Anastasiya Vinnik, Vlad Ivanov

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music

03:35

Canblaster - TRANSMISSION

Production: Penguin Lab LTD Producer: Law Man Lok Project Manager: Katy Ku Animator: Hoi Lam Cheung Background Artist: Bob Wong Compositing: Solar So

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Iris van Herpen ~ Carte Blanche

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Van Herpen collaborated with French artist Julie Gautier to create a film that explores the idea of femininity and female beauty as a form of control. The anticipated movie is inspired by womanly bravery and perseverance. The sensual narrative is a forceful composition that conveys the power of the female body and its ability to take ownership of her beauty to challenge the status quo. “In the beginning, three women are melted together into a painting of skin, textures of growth and decay. The red heart of this female ocean drifts down alone into the deep depths of her own consciousness where she dances a journey of isolation and oppression moving into resilience and invincibility.” - Iris Van Herpen and Gautier use the symbolism of water to subdue female shapes into a choreography that slowly disembodies control. Where the movements tell a story of fortitude, resistance, and finding freedom. ‘Carte Blanche’ is an ode to the ongoing resilience and strength of Iranian women and to the strength of women worldwide. The film portrays female bravery and is a testament to how women can use their physicality and strength to resist oppression, fight for their rights, and encourage others to persevere in their individual journeys. Always committed to pushing the boundaries of fashion, van Herpen and Gaultier’s film is a beautiful example of the power of art to communicate a message of strength and perseverance. Through their art, these female artists are inspiring others to use their talents to create meaningful change. Production Manager: Tim de Deygere Backstage Photography and Videography: Jip Mus Casting Director: Maxime Valentini Models: Julie Gautier | Gilone | Maya Sieron Safety Diver: Dada Li Production Assistant: Nadia Bonnard Make-up: Sofia Cabras Location: Y-40 – The Deep Joy

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Iris van Herpen is a Dutch fashion designer known for fusing technology with traditional haute couture craftsmanship. Van Herpen opened her own label Iris van Herpen in 2007.

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