NOWNESS Shorts: Getting Fat in a Healthy Way Bulgaria-based director Kevork Aslanyan talks about the inspiration behind his European Short Film Festival-winning short film, Getting Fat in a Healthy Way: “The story behind the film came up after I read Slapstick, or Lonesome No More! by American author Kurt Vonnegut, in which people have considerable problems with gravity. When it was too high, everyone was forced to lie on the ground and all the men had erections.
On June 4th, 1962, a young photographer working for the Venezuelan newspaper “La Republica” took some of the best photos of his career. That photographer was Héctor Rondón Lovera.
Cassy: Back Resident at Berlin’s iconic house music temple Panorama bar for nearly a decade, and a core member of the Female:Pressure group—a global network connecting women in electronic music—English DJ and producer Cassy has long battled for women’s visibility within the predominantly male dance scene, in and out of the booth. For the first release from the producer’s debut album, Donna , London-based director Reza Dolatabadi ran with the theme of female unity, bringing together a mysterious group of women in an intense dance-off. “Almost 90% of the performance is improvised,” says Dolatabadi, who shot the handheld footage entirely on Double X 16mm stock with no artificial light.
Don’t miss the Balmain menswear SS17 stream live from Paris here at 5pm CET. The post Balmain SS17 Live Stream appeared first on Wonderland Magazine
Director Gus Van Sant’s works
Lalique celebrated the release of their seductive new fragrance in an appropriately idyllic garden. When the suns out, it doesn’t take much to get us in the mood for a party: especially when it’s hosted by the French glass-maker and perfumier
Loewe became natural archaeologists for SS17.
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next
Maison Margiela revisits deconstruction for SS17.
Released earlier this month, BRONCHO’s third LP, Double Vanity (Dine Alone), marks a shift in musical direction.