Gillian Laub tests out the Leica’s new M10 camera for Bloomberg at her parents’ annual Father’s Day party. See the review here.

Gillian Laub LINK

Sunu Gonera’s Metropolitan

Check out Sunu Gonera’s new work for Metropolitan!

Sunu Gonera

The Guardian delves into Asif Kapadia’s unique documentary style, one that digs deep into the lives and psyches of his subjects. His first feature, The Warrior, is part of Bafta’s Debuts tour and set to screen this summer. Read more here.

Asif Kapadia LINK

Absolut “One Source” wins at Cannes Lions

At this years Cannes Lions, Sunu Gonera’s Absolut One Source took home a Gold, two Silvers, and a Bronze. Gonera is only the sixth South African director ever to win Gold at the festival The campaign stars Khuli Chana, Sarkodie, Victoria Kimani and other African musicians. Congratulations!

Sunu Gonera LINK

Kingsman: The Golden Circle

See the trailer for Matthew Vaughn’s sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service. The Golden Circle is slated for theaters this coming September.

Matthew Vaughn

Around the World with Paul Middleditch

Paul Middleditch dishes on 5 favorite life-changing destinations, near and far. Find out where made the list on For his latest spot with Air New Zealand, he ventured to Buenos Aires with Dave the Goose.

Paul Middleditch LINK

aWLp welcomes Asif Kapadia

British-born Kapadia won an Oscar for Best Documentary Film, Amy, in 2015. Additional awards include a BAFTA and Best Documentary for Senna, a film about Brazilian motor-racing champion, Ayrton Senna. Check out his epic campaign film for Burberry – a moving origin story of the iconic fashion house shot in the style of a feature film trailer staring Domhnall Gleeson, Sienna Miller, Dominic West, and Lily James.

Asif Kapadia

Blue Ain’t Your Color

Keith Urban’s “Blue Ain’t Your Color” won both Music Video of the Year and Male Music Video of the Year at this year’s CMT Awards. Directed by Carter Smith and starring supermodel Amber Valetta, the video is a pared back, black & white ode to heartbreak and healing.

Carter Smith LINK

Filmmaker, video artist, and past aWLp collaborator, Charles Atlas’ The Illusion of Democracy will be displayed at MoMA from June 2nd through July 30th. The trilogy is part of the museum’s Inbox series: using choreographed numbers to evoke our digitized society and commenting on technology’s influence on art and life. Also on display is Robert Rauschenberg: Among Friends. Atlas collaborated on its lighting, sound and moving image design.


Read New York Times’ breakdown of Hedwig and the Angry Inch’s national tour with the best punch lines from each city. John Cameron Mitchell’s Obie Award-winning cult favorite continues to champion for gay rights and individualistic artistry while satirizing the widespread rise of gentrification. Now at the Boch Center’s Shubert Theatre in Boston through June 11.

John Cameron Mitchell LINK