Dazed Media is an independent company renowned for producing award-winning stories across its industry-leading print, digital and video brands. The company’s portfolio includes some of the world’s most influential titles including AnOther, Another Man, Dazed, and Nowness. Its creative services agency Dazed Media Studio creates and distributes premier video production and campaigns across the luxury fashion, beauty, lifestyle and technology sectors. Based in London and formed in 1991 Dazed Media leads through positive influence its core values underpinned by its commitment to empowering youth through creativity. Its founders are Jefferson Hack and Rankin Waddell.
Dazed has been a partner of STOP PLAY RECORD since its launch in 2015 celebrating emerging filmmakers and encouraging young people to explore careers in the creative arts. Each year Dazed supports six young creatives by offering them mentoring and showcasing their films to its international audience of tastemakers online and on social media. The initiative reinforces Dazed’s reputation for establishing long-term relationships with artists at the very start of their professional lives.
A film exploring the future of ageing, increasing life expectancy and life extension.
An exploration of movement through a lens, examining themes of power, gender and success.
A shy teen enters his comfort zone at his local trampolining club.
A surreal parody satirising a typical shampoo advert.
A group of cousins try to get to grips with their past.
A powerful combination of dance, theatrical lighting and sound design scratches at the false façade of happiness to reveal a world of deep insecurities, anxiety and chaos.
Exploring the journey of a lone soldier's dying moments.
A journey along the River Thames, which by the end reaches a certain state of sweet madness.
An intimate exploration of love and its role in the lives of five individuals.
An artificial, dystopian seabed where life has been eliminated through mankind's doing.
It's the time of human prehistory and a group of women are whiling away the hours of a sex strike.
A man drives his car slowly through a mechanical car wash and leaves an affectionate answer phone message for his young daughter.
Chicken & Gistin' and observes different conversations that occur in chicken & chip shops. It will be using the love of urban music to join the gap between the older and younger generation.
The film PINK explores the relationship between gender and colours, capturing the pressure and anxiety this young girl associates with the colour pink.
Social media is a rapidly evolving, all consuming, utensil which has now been incorporated into almost everyones lives. This Documentary takes a brief venture into whether this digital voice is diluting what it is to be truly connected. Do we feel in tune with the people who ‘follow us’? Or are we becoming complacent when acknowledging our ability to have a real relationship or even a conversation? The opinions seem to be as never ending as our timelines…
An abstract journey about grief and the passing of time. A woman tries to escape the ghosts of her past, but they catch up to her on a Night Bus to Nowhere.
Originally written as a poem, Last Days of the Girl’s Kingdom follows a young woman’s fight to establish dominance over her own doppelgängers.