Diane Sagnier is a fashion photographer, an up and coming musician, and (bless us) a director repped by P.I.G. China. We are in awe each time Diane releases a new spot, because we never know what inventive visual twist she’ll grace a campaign with. Diane’s latest ad, which previews the 2015 releases of French luxury fashion line Leinboho, is another display of her ability to conceive fresh, effective ideas for a brand. You can see the planning Diane put into shooting this film by the beautiful way it all cuts together, using split-screen editing to create a sort of kaleidoscopic dance. Impeccably synced with a very fitting soundtrack, Diane Sagnier’s “Leinboho ss 15 revolucion” imbues a variety of Leinboho’s new 2015 attire with a cool, sleek vibe that viewers will aspire to. To see more of Diane’s inventive work check out her reel HERE.
Analog Thoughts, Diane’s blog
The Music of Diane’s band, Camp Claude
Film Screening Tuesday May 19, 2015
3D Glasses will be provided
Free “Grumpy” movie popcorn snacks
Drink specials on beer, wine, and cocktails
Doors at 9 | Movie starts at 9:30
65-4 Maoming Bei Lu (Weihai Lu/Yan’an Lu)
Space is limited to 35 seats
First come, first serve
More on the film:
Pina (2011, 106 min., dir. Wim Wenders)
In Pina, legendary filmmaker Wim Wenders uses beautiful color palettes, multi-layered backdrops, and state-of-the-art 3D cameras to restage the dance pieces of the late maverick choreographer Pina Bausch. Bausch was a radical re-inventor of German dance theater, who mastered the elegance and precision of classical ballet, then furiously disposed of its conventions. Bausch had her dancers fighting, kissing, and shouting in her dance numbers, set on stages she’d subversively adorned with dirt, leaves, or even ankle-deep water. Pina recreates Bausch’s choreographies on a grand scope only possible through filmmaking. The film’s set design and cinematography are intricately planned to make Pina’s 3D experience truly immersive, allowing you, the viewer to fully appreciate the jaw-dropping beauty of Bausch’s dance routines.