U.K.'s Immortal Films Gains 1st U.S. Representation, Joins JOJX Roster
Immortal Films’ performative sculpture and experiential design creation Kimono Roboto, central to a 2017 exhibition in Tokyo.
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Immortal Films, a multi-disciplinary image-making and production studio based in the U.K., has secured its first representation in the U.S., coming aboard the roster of L.A.-based JOJX Studio. 

Founded by artists Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton-Jones in partnership with EP Campbell Beaton, Immortal Films has a body of work which includes film and still imagery set to the music of UNKLE for fashion magazine Beauty Papers, sleek and edgy film and print campaigns launching Louis Vuitton’s Canvas of the Future prototypes, and the lush and captivating hyper-real dreamscape of Björk’s video “Utopia.” In addition, the studio has produced genre-bending work for Mugler Angel, Cartier, Vogue Japan and YSL, Veuve Clicquot and Kimono Roboto.

Jackson Morton, partner and EP at JOJX, said that Immortal Films represents “a much bigger extension of our company’s love for cutting-edge creativity that goes beyond traditional borders of live action film. Immortal isn’t scared of pushing a commercial concept to experiential realms. We feel that this day and age is the perfect time for brands to experiment more with new ways to communicate to new viewers and overly savvy customers.”


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