Dirty Films launches Monster: the new Fashion, Music, Culture division
The egg hatched. MONSTER is born. Monster is the new Fashion, Music, and Culture division at London-based production company Dirty Films. It is a flexible and pro-active boutique creative studio that represents a roster of 20 scarily talented directors, photographers, animators: a team of international hungry artists willing to get their hands dirty by working on daring, cutting-edge, challenging projects.
With creativity at its heart, Monster caters for today’s modular market and is able to cover all angles of content-making. Bold and curious, Monster brings daring ideas and stories to life, under one roof, whether it is the execution of 360° brand campaigns or standalone pieces. The Monster roster covers film and video, photography, e-commerce shoots, visual artwork, and audio podcasts, as single assets or as part of a larger versioning campaign plan.
The studio is pro-active, agile and well structured to undertake a wide spectrum of budgets, making Monster a dynamic creative partner to help brands narrate their story through bespoke, iconic projects.
Meet Head of Monster, Silvia Malnati
Training as a journalist, Silvia started her career in advertising as a Directors Rep at The Box Films, a production company based in Milan. For the past four years, she has been working with high-end fashion clients such as Dsquared2, Prada and Armani and top advertising agencies, crafting fresh video content and creating key connections with film directors, photographers and brands.
In her spare time she DJs and hosts Nice Strangers, a radio show she launched in 2017. She is currently resident at Noods Radio (Bristol) and Netil Radio (London), and recently she has collaborated with other international independent radios, such as NTS, Radio Sygma, Kiosk Radio, Station Station Radio, and Radio Raheem. Silvia organises Sagome, a series of experimental music gigs in London and writes for Mailnat, a monthly newsletter with a selection of surreal short films, curious illustrations and other weird things from the web.
For more Monster information, please check the Monster website or email Head Monster Silvia Malnati. For anything Dirty Films-related, please contact co-founders Ben Parkin or Alex Bedford, or Directors Rep James Robinson, who are roaring with excitement. And don’t forget to follow us on Instagram to discover our monstrous visual world.