Watch the world exclusive trailer for The Most Beautiful Boy in the World

Watch the world exclusive trailer for The Most Beautiful Boy in the World The star of Luchino Visconti’s Death in Venice reflects on his life in this melancholy documentary. Published 17 Jun 2021 Share this Named after the Italian director’s somewhat bombastic description of his then 15-year-old lead at the film’s premiere in 1971 – Visconti famously scoured all of Scandinavia to find the perfect blonde-haired, blue-eyed boy for the role of Tadzio – Kristina Lindström and Kristian Petri’s documentary puts Andrésen centre stage as he reflects on his life…

The Reason I Jump

Among them are two young adults in Virginia, Benjamin McGann and Emma Budway, who relay their personal thoughts through an alphabet board, as well as Amrit Khurana, an artist from Noida who has found success in expressing herself through line drawings, and Jestina Penn-Timity, a girl living in Sierra Leone where being autistic carries a horrible social stigma. While this is ultimately a film designed for neurotypical audiences – the intensity of Ryan’s sound design may prove overwhelming to neurodiverse individuals susceptible to loud audio stimuli – I find myself…

LWLies Sixties Presents… Cléo from 5 to 7 reimagined

Full details to follow. As part of 99 Days of Design, a celebration of the power of design from 99designs by Vistaprint, we commissioned Sofia-based street artist, illustrator and designer Evgeny Todorov to reinterpret Varda’s feminist masterpiece in the form of an alternate poster. After that, I started sketching the design ideas based on the screenshots I already made. I was looking for the moments that I felt I wanted to put in a frame. “I really enjoy the film and the art of Agnès Varda,” says Todorov. The idea…