Cepheus

Posted by stephan | November 30th, 2011

Fashion collides with the cosmos in Andrew Weir’s debut fashion film, Cepheus. With feature film level post-production & special effects by Industrial Color, a bombastic original score by Tristan Bechet (composer behind Spike Jonze’s Where the Wild Things Are) and a host of gauzy pieces from McQueen, Rick Owens and Versace, the film creates a captivating mood all its own: hint of sci-fi drama, a touch of couture elegance and a strong dose of pure beauty. Actress Lydia Hearst plays a well-dressed alien trapped between worlds in Weir’s moving, atmospheric tale, experience it for yourself in MDX.
Cepheus

models.com presents: Cepheus
Writer, Director, and Stylist: Andrew Weir
Executive Producer & Director of Photography: Thom Jackson
Starring: Lydia Hearst
Casting: ACW Worldwide
Original Score: Tristan Bechet
Post Production: Industrial Color
Wardrobe: Rick Owens, Alexander McQueen and Versace

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9 Comments

  1. Ben says:

    Lovely

  2. King says:

    This film is epic. It’s refreshing to see a fashion film with substance and such cinematic flair. The imagery is so moody and beautiful. And the score is perfection! Love it!

  3. Zoltan Tischler says:

    Good idea! Just wow :)
    Thank you!

  4. lightxposr says:

    Cool, but major reference to Bladerunners Darryl Hannah character and Sean Young’s character…

  5. dw says:

    This is stunning. The production level is incredible and cinematography outstanding. Bravo for raising the bar for the genre of “fashion film.”

  6. Candice Robinson says:

    sweet!!!

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  8. Blyss says:

    I’d rather watch Blade Runner…

  9. David Abrahams says:

    I’m not sure if I like this. but I do appreciate how hard it is to make something like this.

    I just felt that it the sets looked a bit, Star Trek on a budget, and the score throughout is way over the top…. NO?

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