Ever since the debut of Chunking Express (1994) viewers could sense the stylised reality that Taiwanese director Wong Kar Wai would imprint on his future films. The stylistic zenith arrived with In the Mood for Love (2000), a film that identifies him as a true master in the fusion of cinematography…


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To promote her eighth album ANTI (streaming for free on TIDAL), Rihanna has launched in conjunction with Samsung Mobile a multimedia interactive experience featuring music, film and fashion. #ANTIdiaRY is a mysterious website (only accessible from mobile devices) that takes us through 8 levels and their corresponding videos that…


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The fact that her surname is associated with legacy in Hollywood has not prevented Sofia Coppola from developing her own personal style behind the camera. Her intuition for fashion and costume design was already present in New York Stories (1989) and Spirit of ’76 (1990). She presented her debut feature…


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It’s that time of year again when we’re mercilessly bombarded with countless fragrance, lottery, and assorted other marketing campaigns- viral or otherwise- reminding us that Christmas and the season’s concomitant commercial chaos are officially upon us. Ringing in that special blend of end-of-year consumerism, emotional upheaval and just a…


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As the nights grow longer, and Halloween just days away, we thought it might be an ideal time to consider a few of the most disconcerting Fashion Films in recent years, specifically three slightly unsettling creations directed by one of MadridFFF’s very own former jury members, Ruth Hogben. All…


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