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  • THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES

    Joel Fink is just another bored twenty-something looking for some excitement in an otherwise dull and uneventful life. A curious encounter outside a travel agent pulls him into an unusual world where he’s offered an even more unusual proposition. A Blue Halo Films and Panoptic Films production, starring Will Merrick (Skins, Poldark) and Jolyon Coy […]

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  • FIFA 19 EA SPORTS LIMITED EDITION JERSEYS

    EA Sports and adidas have unveiled all new custom kits for Manchester United, Juventus, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich for use on FIFA 19 Ultimate Team. The jerseys are all fresh, creative takes on these four giants’ existing designs, providing a unique experience for fans. And, to add to the excitement, fans can also buy […]

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  • Jax Jones, Mabel – Ring Ring ft. Rich The Kid

    Hello, are you there? Are you ready for a summer song with dance-pop appeal and island rhythm? Jax Jones wants to be your go to hip shaker with “Ring Ring,” a collaboration with London-based singer Mabel with a feature from New York City’s Rich the Kid. The English producer is no stranger to chart success. His breakout “I Got U” […]

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  • Andy Murray reveals his edge

    Andy is a tennis player from Dunblane in Scotland who has reached the very top of the  tennis rankings. He’s won 45 career titles and is the 2012 & 2016 Olympic singles champion, 2012 US Open Champion and the 2013 & 2016 Wimbledon Champion. Today is as determined as ever after 11 months away from […]

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  • Nike ~ Air Max Day ‘18

    Turning Imagination Into Reality Nike Sportswear global campaign for Air Max Day. This year’s approach takes cues from modern editorial design and hosts an extensive number of assets — from live action, 3D, typographical design, right the way through to cel animation.   While there have been other Nike Air shoes designed explicitly for lifestyle, […]

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  • Back to the Fuchsia

    From high octane glamour to refined, dynamic daywear, Ted’s new collection means that whatever the occasion, you’re sure to go Back to the Fuchsia.

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THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES

Joel Fink is just another bored twenty-something looking for some excitement in an otherwise dull and uneventful life. A curious encounter outside a travel agent pulls him into an unusual world where he’s offered an even more unusual proposition.

A Blue Halo Films and Panoptic Films production, starring Will Merrick (Skins, Poldark) and Jolyon Coy (Mr. Selfridge, Beauty and the Beast).

Director – Louis Norton Selzer
Writers – Felix Morgan & Louis Norton Selzer
Producers – Sylvia Edwards & Fionn Concannon
Executive Producers – Fionn Concannon & Justin Henry
Director of Photography – David Wright
Production Designer – Juliana Matsubara
Editors – Max Sobol & Pablo Panoptic
Associate Producer – Alex Jackson
Music Composer – Felix Hagan
1st A.D. – Oliver Brown
2nd A.D. – Bob Aronds
Production Assistant – Lucy Draper
Production Assistant – Helen Wilson
1st A.C. – Chris Hayden
2nd A.C. – Matthew King (day 2&3)
2n A.C. – Cristina Cretu (day 1)
Steadicam Op – Grant Phillips
Sound Recordist – Andy Kindley James
D.I.T – Ashley Hicks
2nd Unit Director – Sam Ramsden
Gaffer – Lee Parfitt
Sparks – Delroy Burley, Dax Sharkey, Dury Burdis
Key Grip – Pete Nash
Second Grip – Gerogre Ambrose
Dolly Grip – Carl ‘The Lump’ Dunn
Art Dept. Assistants – Isabelly Farley & Simona Guarino
Makeup artist – Hannah Wastnidge
Special Effects makeup – Sarah Jane Lyon
Makeup Assistant – Ciara Doyle
VFX artist – Steve Askey
VFX Supervisor – Julien Ducene
Colourist – Joseph Bicknell @ CHEAT
Sound Design & Mix – Raj Vivekananthan & James Lyme @ SCRAMBLE
Equipment provided by FOCUS 24
Lighting Equipment by Lee Lighting Services

 

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Mabel – Don’t Call Me Up

Mabel has shared her emphatic new pop banger ‘Don’t Call Me Up’. It’s been a remarkable 12 months for the pop riser, gaining more than half a billion streams and ending 2018 with a sold out UK tour. Packing out London’s Brixton Academy, Mabel seemed to have the world at her feet, entering the New Year with a nomination for British Breakthrough Act at the Brit Awards 2019.

Lyrically new single ‘Don’t Call Me Up’ is a middle finger to a possessive ex, a declaration of independence committed against a flouro-soaked trop-pop background. It’s much more than that, though, with Mabel’s surging vocal, and the addictive, nuanced songwriting, combining to provide perhaps her most potent pop moment yet.

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Metropolis With Dina Asher-Smith

Dina Asher-Smith is adamant she is not famous. “I’m not,” she insists, laughing as always. “I can get on the Tube [in London] fine. Of course I get on the Tube. How else am I going to get around? I get recognised now and again, but not really if I have my headphones in. That’s my barometer. I can get on public transport with no problem.”

Few British track and field athletes ever break through to mainstream fame. There are Jessica Ennis-Hill, Mo Farah and Greg Rutherford, the trio propelled to celebrity status by the London 2012 wave. But over the last decade that is about it, until now. For as much as Asher-Smith denies it, she is creeping closer to joining that list.

In what was meant to be a quiet season in athletics circles with an absence of global events, Asher-Smith took a giant stride towards embedding herself in the top tier of the sprinting elite.

In winning three titles (100m, 200m and 4x100m) at the same European Championships she made history as the first British athlete to complete such a treble. She ended the season top of the world rankings for both individual sprint distances, was unsurprisingly crowned women’s European Athlete of the Year and is a nominee for the BT Sport Action Woman award.

It all meant that rather than her usual quiet, relaxing off-season – she jokes that the most strenuous activity she does is touch her toes in the shower – the six-week period in September and October was as hectic as what had come before it.

There were dozens of interviews from areas of the media that would never normally concern themselves with the exploits of a runner; she was given a spot on The Jonathan Ross Show sofa alongside the likes of actor David Mitchell and comedian Keith Lemon; she had a Southeastern train named after her; and there was a stint walking on the Paris Fashion Week runway in front of superstar guests including model Cara Delevingne and Brazil footballer Neymar.

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Metropolis With Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Watch our film series putting Nike’s latest collection through its paces

FASHIONNEWS

Inspired by busy city lifestyles, the new Tech Pack collection is versatile and extremely wearable

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On January 10, Nike launched its latest Tech Pack collection, a series of city-ready wardrobe staples that definitely wouldn’t look out of place in an episode of your favourite modern dystopian Sci-Fi anthology series – think fleece and knit designs with a healthy does of neon and metallic accents. The collection takes inspiration from the busy lifestyles of city dwellers, and is designed to see you through your work day, your run, a gym session, and an evening with your friends.

To celebrate the new collection, we caught up – on camera – with three confirmed city people you might recognise who know a little something about a hectic schedule to talk about what cities means to them and how they balance those schedules, all while they put their new threads through their paces.

2018 breakout star Letitia Wright associates her home city with potential, recalling how she made her first career steps there as she sits in a local cafe and wanders through the city centre at night. She also thinks of it as being a spiritual place, thanks to the different experiences and cultures you can find.

Premier League footballer Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain takes a break from his workout to reference London’s diversity as something he celebrates – he spent many years living and playing football in London before he moved to Liverpool – as well as loving that you can find a way to do “anything and everything” in the city that almost demands you fill every second of your day with activities. Olympian sprinter and European Champion Dina Asher-Smith simply thinks of the English capital “home”. She was born here, she studied here, and she still trains here, the city that inspired her to all her athletic achievements and taught her how to manage her time.

Each of them acknowledge that they need a wardrobe that keep up with their demanding day to day life, and this futuristic collection is up to that challenge and all the different things their schedules might throw at them.Y

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Poppy Ajudha – White Water (Live)

London’s extraordinary Poppy Ajudha has shared new single ‘White Water’ – tune in now.

Playing a show at North London’s Jazz Cafe that same evening, these are bold times for the songwriter, whose deft fusion of jazz and neo-soul is rendered in a highly personal style.

New song ‘White Water’ is online now, and it explores facets of the immigrant experience, the manner in which they are often forced to strip back aspects of their own heritage and identity to fit in with Western culture.

Poppy explains: “They are taught that this is the only way they will be accepted and while doing so the bar is set higher each time, disabling them from ever being able to keep their heads above water…”

Of course, the musicality of ‘White Water’ is just as rich as Poppy’s previous work; the rhythmic flurries echo broken beat, while her surging, impassioned vocal retains that velvet edge.

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British GQ & Selfridges

It’s time to meet your inner frontman. In this exclusive video, he struts his way through the new Tailoring & Casual Room at Selfridges London to introduce you to the key styles of the season (and reveals how to wear them with swagger).

After you reach a certain age, Christmas stops being about Saint Nick, presents under the tree and whether or not you’ve been naughty or nice this year. For most of us, the true meaning of Christmas is being able to dedicate a whole season to partying the long winter nights away. It’s about living for the moment with one hand waving free. It’s having a wild time in even wilder company – and all to the accompaniment of a great soundtrack.

That’s why this year Selfridges are leading the way by taking their style inspiration from rock stars. After all, nobody parties harder than rock stars. If your wardrobe is currently looking less like Mick and Keith’s Seventies flight case than it could, this is your chance to add a bit of glam-punk spirit to your Christmas looks. Nothing will liven up your office party more than being able to strut in like Liam Gallagher about to headline Knebworth. It’s certainly a lot more fun than wearing yet another novelty Christmas jumper.

In these exclusive images, we’ve picked out some of our favourite looks from the Selfridges Rocks Christmas collection, which is in-store right now. As you can see, this season it’s all about high-energy outfits that are androgynous, decadent and elegantly disheveled. Top brands such as Ralph Lauren, Paul Smith and Kurt Geiger are all getting involved. Your eyes do not deceive you, that really is Ralph Lauren’s iconic Polo Bear hanging out with Queen, The Who and The Rolling Stones. Christmas is no time to stay quiet. The party’s starting, so take your inspiration from icons such as David Bowie, Sir Elton John and Freddie Mercury and start living with the volume turned up.

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