Žalias Briedis

Žalias Briedis

Video Streaming Engineer182 Glasgow St, Ardrossan KA22 8EZ, UK
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Žalias Briedis

Žalias Briedis

Video Streaming Engineer182 Glasgow St, Ardrossan KA22 8EZ, UK
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  • Dazed x Adidas: 'KING' by Ronan McKenzie
    Dazed x Adidas: 'KING' by Ronan McKenzieWe’re so excited to share fashion film ‘KING’ for Adidas Originals' new collection with designer Olivia O Blanc for Dazed. Director Ronan McKenzie boldly displays Olivia O Blanc’s avant-garde approach to workwear as strength and durability, capturing her models in statuesque poses. O Blanc creates gender fluid and inclusive pieces. The film was produced by Cadence Film and Girls in Film and cut by Maxim Young. Edited by: Maxim Young at Gorilla Editors Director: Ronan McKenzie DOP: Beatrix Sastr
  • Elkka - Stay
    Elkka - StayGirls in Film created a music video for queer producer Elkka from London based all-female label Femme Culture to her upbeat summer track Stay. Featuring dancers of all ages, shapes and sizes from London Samba Workshop, the video celebrates raw sensuality and feminine energy.
  • Adidas Wanderlust
    Adidas WanderlustDOP for Adidas Wanderlust activation in London
  • Adidas Originals x Olivia Blanc
    Adidas Originals x Olivia BlancCommissioned by Dazed, produced by Girls in Film, directed by Ronan McKenzie, DP'ed by Beatriz Sastre. Won Webby for best in Online content - Lifestyle & Fashion
  • Girls in Film video platform
    Girls in Film video platformGirlsinfilm.net is the only female-focused video platform on the web. We promote and feature contemporary moving image work by the new generation of female filmmakers worldwide.
  • A Place of Rage- Revisiting a Resistance
    A Place of Rage- Revisiting a ResistanceAn essay written for Girls in Film, examining Pratibha Parmars classic feminist A Place of Rage. The piece explored the films renewed significance within the current social political climate, highlighted by it's inclusion in Nottingham Contemporary's 'The Time is Now' exhibition. Read the full article here.
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