A dark and stylish examination of art, Skin features new work from Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons and Raymond Pettibon working on a new kind of canvas: human skin. The trailer has already gained 40,000 …
River Island William Tempest Film – Full Version by Ryan Hope
Ryan Hope's fashion film for William Tempest's AW 2012 collection for River Island, trailered here and premiered at the Fash/On Film Festival at Somerset House in London last Friday (Sept 14th) - and now can now be enjoyed in full online: the shamelessly sexy shenanigans of the rich and beautiful at an English country house, captured in a single, spectacular steadicam shot...
Filmed at Buxham House in Hertfordshire, the William Tempest film is comprised of one continuous take that's over 11 minutes long. And Ryan also scored the music, with his friend Alex Jones...
|Executive Producer||Stephen Whelan|
|Director of Photography||Tony C Miller|
|Art Director||Anna Rhodes|
|Post Producer||Prime Focus|
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