I Wish is a Japanese film directed by the widely acclaimed director, Hirokazu Koreeda. The film centres around two young brothers who are separated from each other due to their parent’s divorce. The brothers hears of a rumour that the power of two high-speed trains passing each other can make wishes come true, so they venture out to that focal point in order to make their dream of uniting the family come true. This is a tender, delicate film from one of the greatest directing talents out there at the moment.
Roman Cieślewicz is a Polish graphic designer and photographer. Famed for his iconic film posters and creative image making, Cieślewicz never used pencils and pens, but scissors and scalpels as his tools to create his works. You can see more of his work here.
Pather Panchali, directed by Satyajit Ray, is a 1955 Bengali drama film based on the Bibhutibhushan Bandopadhyay’s novel of the same name. The film is followed by two sequels, Aparajito and then Apur Sansar, in the highly acclaimed ‘Apu Trilogy’, which is often considered to be one of the greatest film trilogies of all time. The first part, Pather Panchali, tells the delicate touching story of Apu’s early impoverish childhood life, and the difficult circumstances his family faces as he grows up. They don’t make many films like this anymore.
Erica Harris is a collage artist residing in Brooklyn, New York. She takes much of her inspiration from looking at children’s art and from travelling the world. While on her travels, she would collect objects such as found photographs, maps, food packaging, candy wrappers and other ephemera. You can see more of her work here.