“Albert The Dog” is the latest #Campaign4Change short from Ray-Ban’s Never Hide Films project, directed by Pensacola, with music by Giraffage. This strange little short film, starts with the twist rather than ends with it, and acts as a sort of reminder to take time to love those in your life. Watch the film below.
Really enjoyed this portrait of Walter Murch by Swiss director, Niccolò Castelli. Walter Murch has been my idol since I studied film editing at school. He actually spoke at my graduation, and when I was supposed to cross the stage to get my degree I turned and walked over to him and asked if I could shake his hand instead. Everyone laughed at me but it totally was worth it.
Walter Murch is perhaps best known for his editing work on The Conversation, Apocalypse Now, and The English Patient, but he also directed the scariest film I saw as a kid, Return to Oz (one of my favourite movies). If you love film I highly recommend the book The Conversations, which is essentially a series of mind-expanding conversations between him and writer Michael Ondaatje.
I could talk about him forever, so you should just check out the video below!
Yours Truly has been working with a group of filmmakers and composers to produce a series of creative, music driven, narrative shorts for Ray Ban’s channel, Never Hide Films. We had the fun job of overseeing the film posters for the series.
This latest poster was created by one of our talented friends, Vancouver-based illustrator Katie So, and it follows posters we commissioned by Hellen Jo, Brecht Vandenbroucke and Andrea Wan.
Stay tuned for the latest #campaign4change short film “Albert The Dog”, directed by the duo known as Pensacola, with music by Giraffage. It’s a bizarre tale about how far you’ll go for your loved ones. Have a look at the rest of the posters in the series below.
Congrats to my friend Drew Young (my favourite local painter, and one of my favourites from anywhere) on the successful launch of the Visual Arts Program as part of this year’s Squamish Valley Music Festival. He designed, produced, curated, directed everything and still found time to paint a giant mural along side 20+ local artists. Take a look at the video below to see some of the murals they created at the event.