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
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” with Duke Dumont reached No. 13 on the Hot 100 in 2014, and he’s held strong with solo productions “You Don’t Know Me,” “Instruction” and “Breathe” in the past year.
“Ring Ring” has a certain richness to it, a sensual depth to counterbalance the catchy pop hook, a definite groove to get things heated as the sun goes down. Rich the Kid, who you can catch this summer at Hot 100 Fest in New York, also helps out on the chorus.
Jones released “Ring Ring” with a playful visual that’ll have you reaching for the snacks. Enjoy the guiltless ear candy below.
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 the sport he loves.
“I took it for granted when I was younger. I love it”
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, beginning with the 1987 Air Safari, these all featured air units originally created for running performance. The Air Max 270 unit, and its subsequent shoe, is the first 100-percent lifestyle Air shoe — designed with the same rigor as sport performance but for the demands of all-day wear. The name 270 comes from an internal Nike epithet for the Air Max 93, which referred to the 270 degrees of visibility in the air unit. The Air Max 270 unit height offers the biggest heel volume displacement for maximum air cushion comfort. Expect the 270 Max Air unit to make an appearance on a variety of silhouettes in 2018 — and in a breadth of color too. The Air Max 270 is available now at nike.com and select retailers.
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.