Wed, 04 Dec 2013 12:22:18 GMT
Park Village has announced the signing of two new directors: Carly Cussen and Ivana Bobic.
Able&Baker are delighted to announce the signing of Ivana Bobic for representation across content, fashion and music video with the launch of her fashion film for the high-end Russian department store, AU PONT ROUGE. Shot last month in St Petersburg, the film is a digital marketing tool used to acquire luxury brand concessions for the store in anticipation of their grand opening in October 2014.
With a background in fashion and graphic design, her projects encompass fashion films, music videos and fiction shorts and blend striking imagery with perceptive performance and narratives.
Ivana had developed a strong visual style working with global fashion clients including Stella McCartney, Phillip Lim and Adidas. She also collaborated with London band S.C.U.M. on a series of videos and live visuals, culminating in an exhibition at 1-2-3-4 Neu Gallery as part of the prestigious 10th London Short Film Festival.
Her first short film ‘The Priest’ was selected for the London Short Film Festival, the East End Film Festival, Siberia Film Night, and won Best Short Film at the International Film Festival of Ireland.
Ivana's latest short In The Night, was shot by award winning cinematographer Rain Li in Belgrade, Serbia, starringDanijela Dimitrovska and Ben Aldridge. The film was part funded by Film in Serbia and the Serbia Convention Bureau and has screened internationally winning 2nd prize for BEST DRAMA 2013 at the Lab Film Festival, London. In the Night has been nominated for BEST FILM at the forthcoming NewFilmmakers LA festival.
Ivana has most recently shot for Vogue US, Whistles and Selfridges for forthcoming release. She has recently completed her first music video for The Jezabels – a wryly comic coming of age love story combining layers of performance and narrative.
Able & Baker, the music and promo arm of Park Village have recently welcomed Carly Cussen for representation across content, music video and commercial following the launch of her latest success with Little Mix on their music video, Move.
Since her debut in the music industry at just 17 with a promo for Tinie Tempah, Carly made an impressive mark in grime and UK Hip Hop scene culminating in a standout piece for Dot Rotten’s TBRA which led to her first company signing. Since then she has gone on to work with major acts across many genres including Diana Vickers, Lemar, Ed Sheeran and Olly Murs.
More recently she has delivered projects with Able&Baker for Lawson guest starring Kelly Brook as jazz era femme fatal and an infectious decade hopping dance video for The Saturdays’ Disco Love.
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