Starring FKA twigs.
One thing thing the Amazon Echo and Google Home can’t do: deliver room-melting superpowers. Sure, Siri functionality is still pretty limited at launch, but who’s going to argue with the efficacy of a smart speaker that imbues the listener...Show More Summary
Apple marketing at its best: they commissioned Spike Jonze to make a 4-minute music video for HomePod. So fun. ?
What do you get when you bring together director Spike Jonze, singer-dancer FKA Twigs, and a new song from Anderson.Paak? The answer, we now know, is a psychedelic new ad for Apple’s HomePod, which stars the charismatic Twigs as a corporate drone finding escape in some Siri-suggested music once she makes it back home.…
? Source: AdWeek Amazing: The 48-year-old Oscar winner has directed a new four-minute short film for Apple’s HomePod speaker featuring yet another marquee collaborator—the English musician and dancer FKA twigs. The result is a stunning...Show More Summary
Huh, weird. Spike Jonze made a video of me in my living room last night. I’m fully here for FKA Twigs being the face of dancing your way out of depression. Tags: advertising Anderson.Paak Apple FKA Twigs music Spike Jonze
Summary: Apple is never shy about hiring celebrities to hawk its products. The latest example is a new commercial aimed at selling the tech giant’s recently-released HomePod smart speakers.
In its latest advertising push for HomePod, Apple on Monday shared a new ad directed by acclaimed music video and film director Spike Jonze, and starring English performer FKA twigs, who uses the speaker to unwind after a hard day's work.
There's a long history of great music-video directors -- David Fincher, Spike Jonze, one-movie wonder Hype Williams -- becoming great film auteurs. Hiro Murai hasn't made any movies yet, but he did direct most of the first season of Atlanta, and he also did last night's small masterpiece of a season premiere. Put him in…
Spike Jonze discusses growing up on the East Coast, how shooting BMX lead him into skateboarding, starting “Dirt” magazine with Andy Jenkins, moving to LA, filming his first video for World Industries “Rubbish Heap”, what it was like filming Blind “Video Days”, how he got into making music videos for bands like Sonic Youth, The […]
Spike Jonze discusses growing up on the East Coast, how shooting BMX lead him into skateboarding, starting “Dirt” magazine with Andy Jenkins and more. The post Spike Jonze | The Nine Club With Chris Roberts appeared first on TransWorld SKATEboarding.
Spike Jonze’s Her is one of those films with so many layers and details that it warrants numerous viewings. Film essayist Michael Thomas explores one such aspect – the way in which music directly reflects Theodore’s state of mind and emotions in the film.
Vice's female-focused vertical is launching a new division that will provide opportunities for up-and-coming filmmakers. As first shared by The Hollywood Reporter, Broadly has launched Broadly Films, a unit that will finance 36 short...Show More Summary
Seems Alexander Payne is doing his very best Spike Jonze impersonation. Read more...
Brockhampton ringleader Kevin Abstract has talked about his admiration for Spike Jonze in the past, and he was able to sit down with the famous director for an episode of the Launch Left podcast, which is hosted by Rain Joan and Moon Unit Zappa. You can listen to the whole episode below.
2017 has been a busy year for Kevin Abstract. Still fresh from the release of last year’s full-length American Boyfriend, Abstract has dedicated the time since to the cultural onslaught of Brockhampton, his boy-band collective that have slowly but surely initiated quite a takeover. To discuss his myriad of projects, Abstract was enlisted by none […]
As part of the Launch Left podcast.
It’s been four years since Spike Jonez’s Her arrived in cinemas to widespread critical acclaim. Noted for its visual composition, Jonze combined a warm color palette with ’60s and ’70s inspired constuming for a truly unique spectacle which, unlike its peers, presented the future as somewhere you might actually want to live in. kaptainkristian’s latest […]
Filmmaker Kristian Williams who’s also known as “kaptainkristian” took an extensive look at the 2013 Spike Jonze film Her. In the resulting video essay, Williams specifically noted how the vintage style of clothing the characters wore, the seamlessly combined architecture of Los Angeles and Hong Kong and the warm colors used in each scene created...
Most films that take place in the future portray it as either stark or dystopian. On the other hand, Spike Jonze’s Her painted a picture of a hopeful future that seems more relatable. Kaptain Kristian explores how Jonze and production designer K.K. Barrett pulled it off.