Anton Groves founded the production house Studioset with a group of like-minded creatives. He has screened his short films at the Cannes Film Festival, was showcased at Onedotzero –Future of the Moving Image at London’s BFI and has won numerous awards for his commercial and personal work. He works closely with his brother Damian, which we will present in our next instalment. Discover more of his work on: www.antongroves.com.
Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality technology and its implications in filmmaking, AI, and perhaps as a result of the current world order – dystopian futures 🙂
Interesting question – I think it would have to be a pair of shoes. Because they are always on the move, striving forward.
A project that combines film, music and AR.
The satisfaction of working in an industry and country that is growing at an alarming rate compared to other long established ones. The plus side of loose regulations, allowing access to amazing locations, people, situations.
Go Zones’ by Cyprien Clement-Delmas for i-D. It’s a strikingly genuine and stylised portrait of a Paris ‘no-go zone’, beautifully shot and edited, where the idea of fashion reaches far beyond the clothing.