Spring Films Round-Up
In collaboration with Camberwell Studios, here are the films we’re most excited about this Spring.
Video: Down and Out
Florian Renner and Alex Simpson explore layers of meaning in a striking menswear film for Wonderland Online.
Intimate with Austin
Alex Bramall shoots model of the moment Austin in this winters underwear essentials, we take a look behind the scenes…
Wonderland Loves: Kenzo – Dawn In Luxor
Kenzo have collaborated with Los Angeles filmmaker Kahlil Joseph on a short film ‘Dawn In Luxor’
PROENZA SCHOULER IS
Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, founders of Proenza Schouler, exclusively discuss their work and their ever evolving inspirations in a new short film.
The six best Roger Ebert quotes – and their YouTube equivalents
Revered movie critic Roger Ebert passed away yesterday. So just what has the world of film criticism lost? Well, take a look at YouTube…
Preview: Sundance London 2013
Shirtless Matthew McConaughey, Alan Partridge as a porn baron, Peaches being Peaches – Sundance London is back for its second outing. We run down our highlights.
MIU MIU WOMEN’S TALES: Interview with Ava DuVernay
Sundance-winning director Ava DuVernay talks about the potent message behind The Door, her new film for Miu Miu, starring Gabrielle Union, Alfre Woodard, Emayatzy Corinealdi, Adepero Oduye and singer-songwriter Goapele. Watch the short here.
CHEERS TO THAT: The Babes issue trailer
Watch the trailer for our Feb/March ‘Babes’ issue – with a little help from Wonderland‘s personal cheerleading squad.
SEVEN WONDERS: Most iconic horror movie heroines
It’s Halloween – whether you’re planning a DVD marathon or dressing up for the occasion, you could do worse than taking some pointers from our list of most celebrated horror film heroines. Whether bathed in blood or dripping with alien goo, remember: there’s usually only one person left standing at the end of the movie, […]
RISING STAR: Director Rob Savage on Strings
get my ex back The word ‘wunderkind’ is thrown around a lot. But it's pretty understandable in director Rob Savage's case, seeing as the 20-year-old's film Strings was made when he was only 18 and was nominated for Best Debut Feature at Raindance film festival. Wonderland talked to him about visual inspirations and going out […]
LIBERAL ARTS: Elizabeth Olsen talks college stalkers and manic pixie dream girls
how can i get my ex girlfriend back Elizabeth Olsen talks to Wonderland about her new film, Liberal Arts, and why she most definitively isn't a manic pixie dream girl.
LAWLESS: Nick Cave and John Hillcoat talk Westerns
can you refinance a home loan with bad credit Nick Cave. You’ve probably heard of him. The legendary lead singer of The Birthday Party and The Bad Seeds, also in Grinderman, has been crafting beautiful, obsessive, lyrical songs about death and violence for decades. Film-making is just one of his hobbies. His latest offering is […]
WALKER ART CENTRE: Internet Cat Video Film Festival
It’s not exactly your average film festival, but this might just be the Cannes of cat videos. The usually staid Walker Art Centre caused a stir when it announced the world’s first Internet Cat Video Film Festival, dedicated to showcasing the best feline flicks around. We asked festival programmer Katie Hill if there’s any method […]
MAGIC MIKE: Channing Tatum and Matthew McConaughey
At 19, Channing Tatum was thrusting his way towards stardom in an all-male dance troupe, gyrating to Ginuwine for a fistful of dollars. Now he’s returned to the scene of the crime with Magic Mike. Wonderland sits down with Channing and co-star Matthew McConaughey to discuss their first times.
EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: Electrick Children
It’s not everyday a girl escapes a cult when she gets knocked up by a rock’n’roll song. But that’s exactly the premise of Rebecca Thomas’ new film, Electrick Children – think Kids crossed with Martha Marcy May Marlene. Wonderland scored an exclusive clip and chatted to director Rebecca Thomas about this modern-day nativity story.
JOSH RADNOR – Liberal Arts
Writing, directing and acting in your own feature film while starring in an Emmy-winning comedy? It’s a miracle Josh Radnor, star of How I Met Your Mother, has any time to sleep. Wonderland talks to the triple threat about his touching coming-of-age drama Liberal Arts – which premiered at London’s Sundance film festival on Thursday […]
In this latest film for Wonderland accompanying a shoot in the current February/March edition, we follow Faster and Going The Distance star Oliver Jackson-Cohen in a blue and grayscale-splashed short… Film: Rhys Frampton Fashion Editor: Way Perry Editing and filming: Daniel Burdett Make-up: Adam De Cruz Hair: Meggie Cousland
The top five most obscure John Williams scores
To celebrate the 80th birthday of legendary film composer John Williams today, we’ve made a list of his five most overlooked scores – pop your onesy Darth Vader outfit on and dig through our choices. (1) Heidi (1967) (2) Tom Sawyer (1973) (3) The Rare Breed (1966) (4) Cinderella Liberty (1973) (5) SpaceCamp (1986)
W.E. – James D’arcy
Last week, we ran a q+a with the copiously talented Andrea Riseborough about her role as Wallis Simpson in Madonna’s newest film, W.E. To mark the film’s commercial release today, we follow it up with a chat with her co-star James D’arcy, who plays a disgraced King Edward VIII.
War Horse – Jeremy Irvine
Steven Spielberg’s latest, War Horse, sees the veteran filmmaker returning to his classic heartfelt best. A tale of friendship, adventure and bravery, War Horse (based on the novel by Michael Morpurgo) is the story of Joey – a young colt from Devon who is sold into the armed forces in World War I and chronicles […]
Shame – Steve McQueen and Michael Fassbender
“Shame” is the haunting new film from director Steve McQueen, giving an unflinching account of one man’s spiraling descent into sex addiction in New York. Michael Fassbender (reunited with McQueen following “Hunger”, 2008) plays protagonist Brandon Sullivan whose addiction threatens to derail his entire life, while his situation is complicated by the arrival of his […]
THE ARTIST – Uggie
The Oscars are on the horizon and one of the most talked about films generating Awards buzz is “The Artist”. Directed by Michel Hazanavicius, the romantic film stars Jean Dujardin and Bérénice Bejo and celebrates the forgotten beauty of silent cinema. The two leads share the screen with Uggie (winner of the “Palm Dog Award” […]
Directing The Dragon: David Fincher Q&A
Acclaimed film director, David Fincher, follows up 2010’s Facebook profiler “The Social Network” with action thriller “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”. Returning to the grittier content that first caught our attention in films such as “Se7en” and “Fight Club”, Fincher’s vision of celebrated author Stieg Larsson’s crime drama is nail bitingly tense, absorbingly complex […]
DON’T THINK: Adam Smith
Adam Smith – a director responsible for some of the UK’s most forward-thinking music videos (remember that hilarious, Bob Hoskins-starred Jamie T promo, anyone?) – will next month release his first full-length feature. Smith’s ambitious project, Don’t Think, continues his 18 year-long visual collaboration with the Chemical Brothers, and saw strategically posted cameras at a […]