With the opening of Matthew’s Vaughn’s “Kingsman: The Golden Circle” around the corner, Mr. Porter has released the exclusive Kingsman Collection.
Aretha Franklin is one of 46 women to be featured in TIME’s Firsts, celebrating women who are the first in their field. She was the first woman to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2016, Gillian Laub directed a live performance of Franklin for TIME. Check it out here.
Don’t miss “Trophy,” a film directed by Shaul Schawarz, opening this Friday at the Quad Cinema in NY. Selected screenings will be accompanied by Q&A’s with the filmmakers. The film takes an in-depth look into the powerhouse industries of big-game hunting, breeding, and wildlife conservation in the U.S. and Africa and unravels the complex consequences of treating animals as commodities. “Trophy” is an official selection of Sundance Film Festival.
Asif Kapadia’s “The Tale of Thomas Burberry” garnered two 2017 Clio Awards nominations – Best Direction and Best Cinematography. Winners will be announced on September 27th.
Check out Lacey’s newest spot for Target!
Check out “Trophy,” a new documentary co-directed Shaul Schwarz, on what drives big game hunters to spend thousands of dollars to kill endangered species and how trophy hunting can actually help conservation and aid local communities.
Sheer, Velvet & Metallic. Check out Lacey’s new spot for Estee Lauder’s new Pure Color Envy Matte lipstick.
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.