fishingboatproceeds:

Someone anonymously sent me this ridiculously beautiful video they’d made mashing up Troye Sivan’s amazing song “The Fault in Our Stars” with the movie trailer. I have seen the trailer like two hundred times and heard the song probably a thousand, BUT I STILL CRIED.

(Troye’s song.)

(The official trailer.)

p.s. Gentle reminder that if you make stuff like this you do not have to send me large files anonymously; you can submit to the official TFIOS movie tumblr.

(via texicobitch)

karenabad:

NOWNESS 
(click above to view the website for this interactive motion touch enabled video)
A troupe of contemporary dancers from London’s Sadler’s Wells Theater engage in an elegant game of chase in Mine, a film by director duo Tell No One AKA Luke White and Remi Weekes. The filmmakers have created an interactive, motion-touch short where half a dozen underwear-clad performers are styled in shoppable pieces from labels including Louis Vuitton, Kenzo and Maison Martin Margiela. “I thought they should be dressed in clothing capable of expressing emotion,” explains stylist Agata Belcen. “The film doesn’t straightforwardly distinguish between male and female roles: we put one of the male dancers in a women’s look that included a Haider Ackermann dress.” Influenced by the naturalistic approach of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Tell No One enlisted Italian choreographer Paolo Mangiola to translate the frenzied desire of online gratification into an impassioned routine which features Madonna and Florence and the Machine collaborator Amber Doyle alongside dancer-turned-model Louis McMiller. “Luke and Remi’s film feels magical but still of this world,” adds Belcen. “It was important for the styling to support this mix of reality and oddity.”

karenabad:

NOWNESS 

(click above to view the website for this interactive motion touch enabled video)

A troupe of contemporary dancers from London’s Sadler’s Wells Theater engage in an elegant game of chase in Mine, a film by director duo Tell No One AKA Luke White and Remi Weekes. The filmmakers have created an interactive, motion-touch short where half a dozen underwear-clad performers are styled in shoppable pieces from labels including Louis Vuitton, Kenzo and Maison Martin Margiela. “I thought they should be dressed in clothing capable of expressing emotion,” explains stylist Agata Belcen. “The film doesn’t straightforwardly distinguish between male and female roles: we put one of the male dancers in a women’s look that included a Haider Ackermann dress.” Influenced by the naturalistic approach of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker, Tell No One enlisted Italian choreographer Paolo Mangiola to translate the frenzied desire of online gratification into an impassioned routine which features Madonna and Florence and the Machine collaborator Amber Doyle alongside dancer-turned-model Louis McMiller. “Luke and Remi’s film feels magical but still of this world,” adds Belcen. “It was important for the styling to support this mix of reality and oddity.”

iluvskinnybitches:

cara delevingne
(just like kate moss, i think that cara is the face of today’s generation :)

iluvskinnybitches:

cara delevingne

(just like kate moss, i think that cara is the face of today’s generation :)

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