Posted by Stephan Moskovic | 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.

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 to “Cepheus”

  1. 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!

  2. Good idea! Just wow 🙂
    Thank you!

  3. lightxposr says:

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

  4. dw says:

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


    great video!

    handsewn leather bags in perfection?



  6. Blyss says:

    I’d rather watch Blade Runner…

  7. 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?