In the new teaser for the film, we can definitely see that this is a true reimagining of the original.
AdWeek has premiered an exclusive short documentary about the making of “Welcome Home,” and it’s almost as mind-blowing as the short film itself. Jonze is seen working on the choreography with Fka Twigs and making sure her movements match the Anderson .Paak song to which the short is set. The footage confirms Jonze was his own camera operator and if you look closely you’ll spot “Dunkirk” cinematographer Hoyte von Hoytema on set advising Jonze.
You can watch the “Welcome Home” short below.
Numerous viewers on social media are accusing Swift of ripping off Jonze’s Kenzo short film. Both videos feature a young woman acting out against society by performing a wild interpretive dance throughout numerous locations. Jonze’s short film, starring “The Leftovers” actress Margaret Qualley, was released in August 2016 and has earned over 11 million views.
New York Magazine video producer Kenny Wassus explained many of the similarities between the two videos in a Twitter thread in which
We've got three Walmart shorts directed by Dee Rees (Mudbound), Nancy Meyers (The Intern), and Melissa McCarthy. Dee Rees has a really fun sci-fi short that I enjoyed a lot. There's a fun Nike short that was directed by Edgar Wright (Baby Driver) that features Kobe Bryant, Bill Nye, Kevin Hart, Odell Beckham Jr., Simone Biles, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Sadie Sink. Then Spike Jonze (Her) lets his imagination fly in a short for Apple's HomePod.
All of the commercials are entertaining. I like commercials like this as they are fun and engaging. Watch them all below and let us know what your favorite is!
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Now, when we say commercial, what we really mean is that Jonze has directed a 4-minute music video for the song “Til It’s Over” by Anderson .Paak, starring artist Fka Twigs.
Starring Fka twigs and featuring Anderson .Paak’s brand-new song “‘Til It’s Over,” it’s a rainbow-colored trip breaking from a routine reality. Utilizing Jonze’s particular brand of inventive set design and eye for movement, it’s a treat. Check out the ad below while we wait for him to finish up his Frank Ocean concert film, or whatever it ends up being.
The HomePod ad is more like a short film and even acts as a music video for Anderson .Paak’s new single “Til It’s Over.” The four-minute clip follows singer-songwriter Fka Twigs as her apartment transforms into a surreal space and she meets her body double. The two proceed to have a dance off.
In the years since Jonze was last in theaters with “Her” in 2013, he’s mostly stuck to producing roles on Viceland shows and documentaries like Netflix’s “Jim and Andy.” The director was spotted last summer
Film producer Wendi Deng Murdoch, RadicalMedia CEO Jon Kamen and Netflix acquisition executive Funa Maduka will be among 150 film professional guests attending the Doha Film Institute’s talent incubator event Qumra, running March 9—14 this year.
The industry experts, from across the film production and distribution chain, will mentor 34 short and feature projects by mainly first and second-time directors. The full list of projects participating this year was announced during the Berlinale.
“In the fourth edition of Qumra, we continue to see remarkable participation from the world’s leading film industry professionals that generously contribute to the growth of the film industry in Qatar and the region,” said Dfi CEO Fatma Al Remaihi, in a release detailing Qumra’s industry programme this year.
“This is an incredible opportunity for emerging filmmakers to not only have the guidance of legendary names in cinema nurture their projects, but also to gain
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Versatile has boarded world sales of Swedish director Ninja Thyberg’s debut feature Jessica expanding on her previous award-winning shorts exploring sexuality and the adult film world such as Hingsten and Pleasure.
Erik Hemmendorff and Ruben Östlund’s Plattform Produktion, which is riding high on Oscar-nominated The Square, is lead producing with Netherlands-based Lemming Film and Sweden’s Film I Väst on board as co-producers, with the support of the Swedish Film Institute.
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In 1998, journalist Susan Orlean authored “The Orchid Thief,” based on her investigation of oddball horticulturalist John Laroche who, hellbent on finding and cloning the rare ghost orchid for profit, was arrested in 1994 for allegedly poaching the endangered orchids at a state preserve in Florida. The book, an instant best seller, was hailed not only for its engrossing profile of Laroche but also the other many colorful characters the author came across along the way and Orlean’s own introspection as she yearned for the same enthusiasm in life that these plant aficionados felt.
Not long after its release, filmmaker Jonathan Demme
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