Tomorrow´s the big day at Cannes!

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We were all waiting for this date to arrive, more so Terry Gilliam whose movie will be closing this year´s film festival.

In his own words: “33 years ago France was the 1st country to release Brazil. It gave me hope. It’s funny how things repeat themselves. I want to thank Ocean Films and the French exhibitors for their incredible support and boldness in being the first to release The Man Who Killed Don Quixote on May 19. The barricades are coming down. Vive La France! Vive le cinéma!!”

This movie, that has been considered a cursed project by many, has faced plenty of challenges during its filming. The last controversy almost prevented the Cannes Film Festival from screening the movie. Nevertheless, this battle against the odds did not discourage both the festival nor Terry, who fought for the curse to be broken on May 19th.

And so we are all waiting anxiously for tomorrow´s premiere at Cannes after the closing ceremony hosted by French actor Edouard Baer is over.

Do not miss the premiere and the stunning costume design by Lena Mossum with pieces from Peris!

“NO LLORES POR MI INGLATERRA”, PLAYING IN THEATRES AT THE END OF THE MONTH

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THE OFFICIAL TRAILER IS READY FOR YOU TO ENJOY

Néstor Montalbano is behind this new Argentinian comedy that is centered around soccer in the early days. The film takes place in Buenos Aires in 1806, when the British army invaded the city. General Beresford decides to introduce a new game to the population in order to keep people´s attention from the occupation. He finds a way to put his strategy in action when he meets Manolete, a businessman now gone bankrupt, who is organizing soccer games in order to make some money.Both decide to organize the biggest soccer game of all times where the British would play against locals.

A special thanks to Costume Designer Marcela Vilariño for working with Peris Costumes in this extraordinary film.

Click this link to watch the first scenes of the movie.

MERCÈ PALOMA, NOMINATED TO THE ARIEL AWARDS 2018 FOR BEST COSTUME DESIGN FOR “THE CHOSEN”

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ORGANIZED BY THE MEXICAN ACADEMY OF FILM ARTS AND SCIENCE, THE 60TH ARIEL AWARDS CEREMONY WILL TAKE PLACE ON JULY, 5TH

Acclaimed costume designer Mercè Paloma is one of the nominees for this year´s best costume design for her work in the film “The Chosen”, where she collaborated with Peris Costumes. She holds an extraordinary legacy of awards and acknowledgements as she is a recognized professional with a lifetime dedicated to the art of costume designing.

She has received several Gaudí awards for her work in “Incerta Glòria”, “Stela Cadente” and “Pa Negre” and she has also been nominated to several well-known Goya awards for movies such as “La Librería” or “Pa Negre”.

“The Chosen” (El Elegido in Spanish) was filmed in Mexico and Spain and it tells the story of the murder of Leon Trotsky in 1940.

 

OPERA SEASON 18/19 AT TEATRO REAL IS ALREADY ONLINE

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PERIS HAS PARTICIPATED IN THIS NEW OPERA SEASON WITH SOME WONDERFUL PIECES

The Teatro Real has presented a list of ten new shows that will be available to the public during the new 18/19 season. If you would like to have access to the list, please click here. National and international voices will make this new season a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the opera.

When looking at the online display and presentation of the new shows, the one closing the season (Giovanna D´Arco composed by Giuseppe Verdi) includes an example of part of the customes that were rented from our stock at Peris: cuirass, sword and shoulder.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photography: @outumuro-oficial

Styling: @carlosnievescarnaval

Make-up:@josejuanguzmanhair

Agency:@nohocom

Production: @produccionescuartooscuro

Model agency:@wantedagency

“LA OTRA MIRADA”, the new Spanish TV series highlights the role of women in the 20s

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Boomerang TV has produced this new TV series for La 1, the flagship television channel of Spanish public broadcaster Radiotelevisión Española

This fiction TV show tells the story of a group of women in Seville during the early 20s. The cast includes famous faces of the Spanish TV scene such as  Macarena García, Ana Wagener, Patricia López Arnaiz and Cecilia Freire among others. The setup is an all-women’s college where our main characters are taught how to behave according to traditions and strong rules. It all changes when a new professor arrives and offers the group a breath of fresh air while hiding some secrets tighly related to the college.

This series aims to increase the visibility of those women living in a complete different society, where women´ rights and empowerment were not an option. Both locations and costumes have been carefully selected in order to match the reality of the society at that time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Would you like to read more about it? Click here.

MONEY HEIST [La Casa de Papel], THE SPANISH PRODUCTION, AN INTERNATIONAL SUCCESS AMONG NETFLIX USERS

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It has quickly become the Netflix’s most-watched foreign original series ever

The TV show was initially created for Antena 3 and it was released internationally in December when it was premiered on Netflix. Its success has already been noticeable, becoming Netflix´s most watched foreign television series ever. The thriller covers the planning of the biggest heist known to man at the Royal Mint of Spain. Right after its release to the world it has captivated its audience with a story that forces you to binge-watch the series without a stop.
The atrezzo used by the characters of this international comes from Peris stock thanks to Rosa Solano. The unique red costumes that the characters wear during the heist has become a viral phenomenon and lots of fans are now looking for the same outfit as their favorites robbers. According to Úrsula Corberó, who plays Tokyo on the show, the costume design plays a key role (click this link to read her full interview).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you´d like to learn more about Money Heist, please click this link: https://hipertextual.com/2018/04/casa-papel-netflix-mas-vista

ARTICLE ABOUT THE DOCU-FICTION ‘MOLIÈRE: L’AFFAIR TARTUFFE’

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JACQUES MALATERRE’S TV-DOCUMENTARY AIRED ON FRANCE 2

Widely known Jacques Malaterre introduces us to his new TV film, a 90min production that takes us to the complicate and turbulent world of politics in the 17th century.

The collaboration between Peris Costumes and the costume designer Jean Daniel Vuillermoz resulted in some of the characters being brought to live thanks to our costumes. We are also especially thankful to our partner in France Euro Costumes.

It is interesting to highlight that « Tartuffe » is one of the most outrageous pieces of Moliere. Click here to learn more about it.

“EVERYBODY KNOWS”, ASGHAR FARHADIS´ FIRST TRAILER, HAS PREMIERED

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Everybody Knows first trailer is here! Asghar Farhadi, the iranian filmmaker, will open the Cannes Festival with his latest movie starring Penélope Cruz, Javier Bardem and Ricardo Darín.
Thanks to one of our favorites costume designers Sonia Grande, Peris costumes appear on the big screen again.
Have you already watched it? Click the movie poster to enjoy the very first international trailer.

 

CAMPEONES, best opening of the year in Spain.

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CAMPEONES, the film directed by Javier Fesser, has perfectly  connected with the audience.
It has been the best opening of the year in Spain: almost two million euros (1.9) and 300,000 spectators in its first weekend in theaters, where it has been placed above ‘Ready player one’.
From Peris Costumes we congratulate the entire team and especially the costume designer Ana M. Fesser with whom it has been our pleasure to collaborate.

“THE MAN WHO KILLED DON QUIJOTE” FROM TERRY GILLIAM HAS A NEW TRAILER

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Terry Gilliam´s project continues improving. The film starring Adam Driver and Jonathan Pryce; is an adaptation  from the Cervantes masterpiece.

This project has had an uneven development, during the last years. Terry Gilliam finally made his Don Quixote !!

In this production we have collaborated with the costume designer   Lena Mossum and we hope to see soon on screen “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote”.

See trailer : https://youtu.be/n5gn-Zd9k1M