Do You Stories with Cara Delevingne encourages women worldwide to share their stories, their struggles, their strengths, their passions. In this episode directed by Gillian Laub, Cara takes a self-defense class with Martial Smarts, where women learn how to physically strengthen and defend themselves against violence.
“A Year in Space” centers on astronaut Scott Kelly’s year-long stint aboard the International Space Station. Director Shaul Schwarz, along with a few others, are nominated for the 2017 News & Documentary Emmy. Its second series airs in the fall on PBS.
Gillian Laub’s new RushCard campaign is a commentary on racial profiling in America. A collaboration with Narrative, the video’s created specifically for mobile viewing and changes perspective (both literally and figuratively) from landscape to vertical.
Vice covers Balmorhea’s new music video, the first of a trilogy. Entirely shot on an iPhone, Claire Cottrell aims to emphasize places of tranquil beauty around the US-Mexico border.
CNN commissioned Matthew Donaldson to make a film on the new addition to the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The Exhibition Road Quarter is designed by Amanda Levete and her practice, AL_A, opened last month featuring the world’s first all-porcelain public courtyard.
Gillian Laub tests out the Leica’s new M10 camera for Bloomberg at her parents’ annual Father’s Day party. See the review here.