GSUS LOPEZ [The Blog]
"LCF student, Gsus Lopez, BA (Hons) Fashion Media (Part Time), has launched a kickstarter campaign for his fourth short film, ‘OUT’. The award-winning filmmaker created ‘It Melts‘ for Issue six of Pigeons and Peacocks, and is now seeking to tackle his biggest project yet by telling the dramatic and sometimes comic story of a young man coming out as gay to his mother.
"It would be fair to say that here at Pigeons & Peacocks magazine we love award winning film-maker and current London College of Fashion student Gsus Lopez. Discovering his amazing short film Ephemeral Nature, we immediately fell in love with his style, immediately adored his vision and immediately wanted to work with him. For the launch of issue 6 of the magazine, we commissioned Lopez to create a film for us – and the man did not disappoint. It Melts, a delectable and stylish exploration of fashion addiction and consumption, was a feast for the eyes; a triumph.
Lopez returns with his fourth film Out, telling the story of single mother Mary and her closet-emerging homosexual son – and this time, Lopez wants your help. Tackling his biggest project yet, Lopez needs financial backing and has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise the funds. Head on over to Gsus Lopez’s Kickstarter page to make a pledge and support this talented and visionary film-maker!
Thank you Darcy Rive and the team at Pigeons & Peacocks magazine for the feature!G.
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Thanks everyone who’s supported OUT on KICKSTARTER so far. Almost £1,000 in 3 days! 20 to go!
I was dreaming with the OSCARS last night, and can’t get Best Supporting Actress winner Lupita Nyongo’s acceptance speech off my mind where she said ‘no matter where you are from, your dreams are valid’.
One step at a time..!
For now, click here to support us.
OUT - Gsus Lopez’s 4th short film starring Jeff Kristian
Dear friends and followers,
If you liked my previous work you may find interesting my next short film ‘OUT’.
Please help us and share if you would like to make ‘OUT' possible.
Click on this link to find out more about the project.
Thank you very much in advance.
Follow ‘OUT’ on facebook.
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ROBERTO PIQUERAS AW 14 / 15
Once again ROBERTO PIQUERAS does it different during London Fashion Week.
Besides his great tumblr / net art prints and unisex approach to fashion; If there is one thing I admire about this designer is the way he showcases his work. So TODAY, so TOMORROW, ahead of everyone else really.
This is why if he posts on facebook he’s going to do another crazy show, I’ll be there with my camera. You may remember the shots I took last year.
Here’s the ‘live streaming’ video of his AW 14 / 15 shot by me and a few other filmmakers, photographers and iPhone users somewhere in our beloved Bethnal Green:
#TBT 2012 - on #Neo2Magazine @asvof @asvoffbcn http://www.neo2.es/blog/2012/01/grand-prix-asvoff-2012/
MATTEO MOLINARI FW 14/15 Private View @ May Concepts London #LFW
💙 Happy Birthday to #KeiraDuffy, the star of my #fashionfilm ‘IT MELTS for @pigeonsandpeacocksmag 👅🍦👜💙 #gsuslopez #makingof #gsuslopez (at www.gsuslopez.com)
Take a look at the first images of Ben Charles Edwards's latest work 'WAYS OF SEEING’. The short film in which shoot I have been a Production Assistant for a few days last week. Watch out for ‘the crow’, that’s me too!
The shoot was an incredible experience where I met quite a few new people who are as passionate about cinema as I am.
On the poster above, you can see David Hoyle playing a clown. It was a pleasure to see him again after Homotopia Festival in Liverpool. Small world.
Looking forward to seeing the results.
Ordinary Joe, our stories narrator, sits alone in the dark, staring at his own reflection in a blank television screen. In his own eyes he sees the flicker of images thrown back at him as he begins a journey through his own subconscious, illuminated a series of surreal and strange scenes that subtly build a fragmented narrative.
Written & Directed Ben Charles Edwards
Cinematography Sergio Delgado
Produced by Jackie Green & Ben Charles Edwards
Exec Producer The Smalls for Hendricks Gin
Editor Darren Baldwin at Final Cut ltd.
Thank you again Ben, for this great opportunity.
'Ways of Seeing'… coming soon!
//PREVIEW// Photography Gsus Lopez - Photography Assistant Eva Al Desnudo - Styling Sarah Adekoya - Make Up Artist Nancy Lopez Mua - Model Faye Powell - FASHION: Top Elizaveta Novikova / Skirt PULL & BEAR, Sunnies ASOS