Charlotte Rampling Stars in Gaspar Noé's Latest Saint Laurent Film
The controversial Argentine auteur has directed a horror-inflected short film for the French fashion house starring Charlotte Rampling, Anok Yai and Mica Arganaraz.
Fashion Film Submissions
Nick Knight invites emerging and aspiring filmmakers from across the globe to submit their work for the chance to be showcased online.
Carhartt WIP Create La Haine-Inspired Capsule Collection
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of cult french film La Haine, Carharrt WIP have collaborated with director Mathieu Kassovitz on a capsule collection of beanies, hoodies and T-shirts.
Voicemail Interview: Dirk Koy on Animation, VR and Logos
Filmmaker and motions graphics artist Dirk Koy rang up Hetty Mahlich to talk about his video and animation work, and the new animated logos he designed for SHOWstudio.
Interview: Raquel Couceiro and Myles Henrik Hall On '9'
'Why wouldn't you dress like your favourite character from a video game that you're playing?' The '9' directors talk the making of their cosplay and pop culture-inflected fashion film.
Q&A: 'Okada Man' Director Justice Nnanna
The Nigerian-American director of the SHOWstudio fashion film submission 'Okada Man' talks his filmmaking approach and masculine identity.
Interview: Britt Lloyd on 'Kind of Blue'
An interview with director Britt Lloyd on the making of her fashion film, Kind of Blue.
Interview: Olivier Meyrou on Yves Saint Laurent
Director Olivier Meyrou tells Sarah Kathryn Cleaver about the process of making the 2019 film Yves Saint Laurent: The Last Collections, and the nearly two decade wait for it to be released.
Miu Miu's Women's Tales Returns With The Ultimate Documentary
Miu Miu's series of short films, Women's Tales, returns with Lynne Ramsay's documentary on portrait photographer Brigitte Lacombe.
Interview: Reiner Holzemer on Dries
Reiner Holzemer talks to Georgina Evans about directing 2017 film Dries, capturing exclusive insight into Dries Van Noten and his working process.
Interview: Layla Sailor on Chinese Fashion Film
Artist and educator Layla Sailor discusses censorship, creativity and teaching fashion film in China.
Interview: Christelle de Castro and Jonte' Moaning
Kiki Georgiou interviews director Christelle de Castro and performer Jonte' Moaning about their creative practice, the connection between fashion and dance and their work on the Open Up fashion film.
Voicemail Interview: Ruth Hogben on Gareth Pugh A/W 15 Womenswear
Filmmaker Ruth Hogben rang up Lou Stoppard to discuss her long working relationship with Gareth Pugh and the striking fashion film she crafted specially for his A/W 15 runway show.
Panel Discussion: Dressing the Screen - Russia
A selection of of filmmakers and Russian fashion insiders discuss the emergence of new creative talent in Russia with SHOWstudio's own Marie Schuller.
Interview: Don Letts on Punk
Filmmaker and musician goes in depth on his involvement with the punk movement, his formative influences and the cultural climate of the 1970s.
Conversation: Dressing the Screen
A group of female fashion filmmakers sat down for a unique panel discussion on representations of women.
Conversation: Alice Hawkins on her Career
Young filmmaker and photographer Alice Hawkins discusses her career with LOVE editor Alexander Fury as part of Frieze London.
Fashion Mix: Marie Schuller
Filmmaker Marie Schuller made us an exclusive playlist - listen to her top 10 tracks.
Interview: Terry Gilliam
Terry Gilliam on his 'perverse' way of portraying the world, his criticism of other filmmakers and stealing from everything for inspiration.
Interview: Rodrigo Plá
Director Rodrigo Plá discusses the reasons he makes films, his 2007 release La Zona, and the political situation between Mexico and the USA.
Interview: Roland Joffé
Director Roland Joffé goes deep into his 1984 film The Killing Fields, his long lasting relationship with Cambodia, and existence itself.
Interview: Pedro González-Rubio
Filmmaker Pedro González-Rubio speaks about the advancement of Mexican cinema, his film Alamar (2009), placing himself amongst his contemporaries.
Interview: Marco Bellocchio
Italian director Marco Bellocchio speaks about his 46 year career, his formative influences–Nouvelle Vague, Antonioni–and why he continues to make movies.