Fashion Industry Broadcast in conjunction with Style Planet TV is proud to present it’s latest feature length documentary in association with it’s film division, After The Lockouts II: Gladys’ War on Music for a special TWO week premier exclusive to FIB viewers.
NSW Premiere Gladys and her Government have made it clear she wants to destroy music festivals in NSW. Make no mistake about it the whole local music Industry is in a fight for it’s survival.And whilst this film explores the many unseen elements behind the “Nanny State” in NSW. This film’s message is bigger than a study of an ill-conceived Government’s War on Music, or how crazy laws killed a Sydney’s nightlife, my message is this; these days you cannot trust your Government to act in the best interests of the the people it was elected to represent. And you cannot rely on the Corporate media to tell you the truth. And you never know who is in who’s back pocket.
AFTER THE LOCKOUTS is a special feature film by Paul G Roberts and Fashion Industry Broadcast / Style Planet TV. It explores the many devastating effects that the LOCKOUT LAWS have had on the night culture and overall vibrancy of Sydney.
Shot across Sydney, Melbourne, and various cities in Europe it provides a thought provoking expose on the role of Government lawa making and its impact on culture and civil liberties. The film goes looking for the truth, and leaves no stone unturned in its quest to cut through the emotion, misinformation and vested interests.
The search uncovers that there is a battle going for the very soul of Sydney, a city who’s Nightlife at the time of the 2000 Olympics was the envy of every world class modern metropolis. Now the once legendary social precincts of Kings Cross and Bohemian Oxford St’s are ghost towns at night, and the NSW Government’s installed “Nanny State” gives its citizens a curfew when they need to be in bed by. And despite the gallant efforts of Keep Sydney Open, there is no indication that a correction can be expected any time soon. Not content to just record and observe the issues, this film proposes a brave alternative to curfews on hospitality venues. An alternative that is designed to champion the value of culture, the arts, social liberties, and desines a real set of strategies and initiatives to keep Sydney both safe and vibrant at night.
Style Planet TV are proud to bring you their new Original series “The Greatest Lies Ever Sold”
In this new 10 Episode Docuseries we explore the greatest Lies Ever Sold.
Many of the social constructs that frame our lives are based on total fabrications.
And this time we are not talking about the lies fed to us by the Media or Governments, this time i’m talking about the fabrications designed by the world’s marketing corporations and their various apparatus of deception. Fabrications designed to keep you in the dark so you buying stuff you don’t need, and which is often downright bad for you.
All in the name of the dollar. Big dollars.
It’s amazing what you can stoop to when dollars matter more than lives.
In this Original 10 episodes docuseries we explore the emergence of a new kind of God, with the rise of the male Supermodel.
What’s the recipe for a male Supermodel?
A dash of charm, 5% body fat and shredded muscles, a boatload of ra sex appeal, and a decent sprinkle of really good luck.
The ensemble cast of Blue Steel have that something special that has allowed them to stand toe in an industry dominated by the Glamazons of the opposite sex. They are trailblazers and trendsetters, They have both set and broken records for their sex in the business. Most of whom fell into the industry quite by accident, they’ve left some deep imprints along the way, altering the percepriuon of male beauty standards.
The men depicted whithin this series have more than their faces on billboards, and names sewn into the fabric of brands. They have built legends and left legacies, and it’s precisely why they deserve to be called “Supermodels” just like their famous female counterparts.
Great photographs can elicit thoughts, feelings, and emotions when words simply will not suffice. Throughout history, there have been many important people in the field of photography who have used their cameras to catch a single moment in time to tell a story.
In this feature documentary examines some of the people and forces that helped pave the way for the great photographers of today, each of whom now challenge the image and fashion making world to accept new ideas of beauty and story telling. We hear from many leading current day artists, creative directors, fashion editors and advertising legends on how this art form and its pioneers shaped their lives.
But the art of a good fashion campaign of editorial isn’t set in stone; fashion photography, like art, has movements defined by its leading talents and prevailing cultural zeitgeist. To understand them both a little better, and see how we arrived at where we are today, we’ve compiled a look back at some of the most important moments in the history of fashion photography over the past 100 years.
The original screenplay adapted from the original published book by author Paul G Roberts.
The Sugar Syndrome takes into the seductive world of Sugaring. A place that promises that if, “I’m rich and you’re hot”, a mutually beneficial trade may be made. But things are never quite that simple, as many young Sugar Babies seek not only to enter into mutually bneficial Arrangements, some have even more extreme desires. And then there are the dangerous predators who lurk unseen.
An up to the minute erotic thriller set in the age of the internet. A story of obsession, madness, and forbidden passions. The story moves from the Movie Studio’s of Hollywood to the lavish Swingers club of Paris, and then unfolds in modern day NAC where we find Academy Award winning screenplay writer Jack Steele a broken man, desolate after the murder of his wife and daughter. Steele begins researching a material for a new film and finds himself drawn into the world of Sugar babies and Arrangements.
At the same time a series of murders is taking place in the 5 Boroughs of NYC, 4 girls in 4 months have been murdered in grisly fashion. Will Caroline be number 5 ? The one common link for all the dead girls is that they have been listes as Sugar Babies seeking an “Arrangement” on the Sugar Sugar site. The NYC Homicide Police have a massive manhunt underway to try and track down the serial killer before another Sugar Baby is found murdered.