LAFFF: THE STUDIO
A dedicated video archive showcasing all film submissions, nominations, shortlisted and winning films. There’s a spot with your name on it.
In an undefined future, a casting for an unknown project is taking place. This strange and mysterious casting process takes places in a desolate factory. Only 2 persons are invited, although, it seems like there have been many others.
Europe’s historic concert halls set the stage for an ecstatic meeting of two art traditions which traffic in extremes of gender performance, enacting a space where the drag bar diva and the opera house diva share the same skin.
Not(e) for a Dreamer is the latest film by award-winning director Enrico Poli, produced by the London-based production company White Coat. The film uses the changing of seasons as a reflection of the transition from childhood into adulthood.
Start the Buzz is the latest film commissioned by Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana (Italian Fashion Council) to celebrate Milano Fashion Week A/W 2018/19. The film is directed by the award-winning Milan-based creative production company The Blink Fish.
Your first love feels like a drug. It’s bodies interlocked like Tetris blocks, it’s giggling at hickeys, it’s looking at the world through those heart shaped sunglasses in a completely un-ironic way. Your first heartbreak is a dagger. It’s gorging on cake, it’s kissing with your eyes open, it’s bumping into your ex snogging someone else in an elevator.
A short fashion film by maestro-director Masashi Muto of the Jun Ashida Autumn Winter 2018-2019 Collection, the third in the series, filmed on location in Austria and Slovakia under the art direction of Tae Ashida.
A short fashion film of the Jun Ashida Spring Summer 2018 Collection, the second in the series, directed by Masashi Muto on location in California, utilizing drone-carried LED lighting to create futuristic Hollywood movie-scale scenes.
A fragrance film about what is it like to travel through the journey of infinity, starring Patrick Risley as 'Force of Energy' and Fiona Pitt as 'Eternal Goddess'.
PARADISE 3000 is a hybrid of fictional and partly documentary character shot on 16mm. The experimental short film describes an intuitive and associative journey of the main protagonist Eve.
A short fashion film featuring PhD marine archeologist, Carmen Obied, wearing VENIA - a 100% sustainable Men and Womenswear Label. The film speaks to our dual existence as both creatures of nature and metropolis. It strives to give a brief glimpse into the experience of facing the chaos around us, of stilling the motion and noise that is alway there, trying to consume us.
’Who’s A Fly Bird?’ by Bianca Tomchin and Mathew Harvey intercuts between three portraits of three disparate people dressed interpretively as birds in three disconnected locations to project a colourful, unique and sustainable vision for the future of fashion.