Film & TV
From set design to scriptwriting: craft and creativity on screen
The Great British Bake Off’s move from the BBC to Channel 4 last year shocked the nation. But this charming, homely trailer for the new version of the TV baking show will probably reassure fans that it’s still worth watching in its new home.
To create the video for new single Agnes, Glass Animals’ singer Dave Bayley got inside a human centrifuge, a machine used by pilots for G-force training. The resulting promo contains some spectacular facial expressions.
M&C Saatchi has created a hard-hitting spot called Heist for Royal Mail that compares identity theft to a violent bank robbery.
This time last year, a Minnesota woman named Diamond Reynolds made a chilling broadcast on Facebook Live, streaming the moments that immediately followed a police officer fatally shooting her partner Philando Castile during a traffic-stop. Reynolds’ four-year-old daughter was in the back seat of the car. If you saw the footage, which more than six million […]
Following on from his Détour short film shot on an iPhone 7 Plus, Gondry shares his tips for stop motion, slo-mo and more in a series of short clips for Apple
After his investigations into happiness, Stefan Sagmeister’s new obsession is beauty, on which subject his studio is creating a major exhibition (see statement below). In contrast to the rationalism of Modernism, beauty can be seen as indulgent or decadent but, Sagmeister argued in a talk at the D&AD Festival, the formal can also be functional. CR’s Patrick Burgoyne interviewed Sagmeister on the topic following his talk. What follows is a transcript of their discussion
Shynola’s opening credits for the Netflix series – a drama inspired by 1980s TV show Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling – are a modern take on title sequences from the era
Last month, CR organised a roundtable discussion on the subject of wellbeing at work, the results of which will inform our forthcoming report on this area of creative workplace design. We also want to know about your experiences – via a survey
From books and comics, to TV and cinema – how we engage with science fiction has influenced how we think about the future, the Barbican’s vast new survey suggests
Having spent last weekend in Annie Atkins’ basement studio, attending a two-day workshop on Graphic Design for Filmmaking, Salonee Gadgil now knows a thing or two about the inner workings of a film’s art department – and how to make Dracula a passport
Director and photographer Lauren Greenfield, who has created documentary-based works on themes ranging from rich kids in LA to eating disorders, as well as the enormously successful ad Like A Girl, tackles our global obsession with money and materialism in a new book, Generation Wealth. Unsurprisingly perhaps, she paints a rather dark picture of life in the 21st century.
Hercules and Love Affair’s London gig will feature surreal visuals from David Wilson, Andrew Thomas Huang, Matilda Finn and more. We spoke to Wilson about curating the project
From the elegant landscapes of Disney fairytales to the urban backdrops of Japanese anime, the scenic art of the animated film remains an under-appreciated medium. Two new exhibitions aim to change that