Minimal and playful vignettes carry us through a day in the life of a professional. Taking inspiration from the sophisticated design themes of the BUILDING BLOCK collection, the film creates a graphic landscape devoid of humans, forcing the viewer to focus on the delicate details of the brand. The elegant collection, the inventive sound design, and the play of shadows and light become the focus of this delightful fashion film.
Director: Georgia Tribuiani
Producer: Lindsey Ramey
DP: Eli Goldstein
Set Designer: Kate Insley
Editor: Terry Huynh
Sound Designer: Xander Lott
Georgia Tribuiani is an Italian director based in Los Angeles, CA.
Inspired by a BFA in Art History and Set Design from the Accademia di Belle Arti in Urbino, Italy, her work focuses on exploring new media forms which integrate the hand-crafted within an increasingly high tech industry.
She has partnered with several of the most highly reputable TV channels, film and animation studios throughout Italy and the United States, including Prologue Films (Los Angeles), Fox International Channels Italy and National Geographic Channels (Rome). As a Psyop Director since 2010, she has worked on a collection of spots for major brands including Toyota, Nationwide, Honda, Oreo, Target, Samsung and Apple.
Her work has been exhibited at the 54th Venice Biennale (Italy) and garnered many awards over the course of her career, being honored by the New York Festival, Promax BDA and the Sky Awards to name just a few. Her short fashion films were selected at Berlin Fashion Film Festival, Miami Fashion Film Festival, Fashion Film Festival Milano, Australia International Film Festival and the Triennale of Milano (Museum of Design) for the Exhibition Il Vocabolario della Moda Italiana. Most recently, her short editorial film “The Hunger” commissioned by Vogue Italy screened at the 2016 Fashion Night Out in Milan.
Building Block is a design studio based in Los Angeles, CA. The intention of each object the studio creates is to discard conventions of luxury by magnifying the essential and omitting the excessive. Building Block suggests a minimal(ist) alternative to accessories, finding constant inspiration in the return to timeless forms.