To celebrate the release of Luca Guadagnino’s A Bigger Splash on 12 February, we’ve teamed up with our friends at StudioCanal to bring you a new creative brief based around the film’s inimitable star and perennial LWLies favourite, Tilda Swinton.
We want you to send us an original portrait of Tilda Swinton as her character in the movie, vacationing rock star Marianne Lane, who’s famed for her glamorous persona onstage and casual elegance off it. Your illustration can be as simple or intricate as you like but must use at least one of three colours inspired by the film:
The prize as judged by director Luca Guadagnino is a framed A3 print of the winning entry, a copy of the film’s soundtrack, plus an official film poster signed by Guadagnino.
Email your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org under the subject line ‘A Bigger Splash creative brief’ before 12pm GMT on Friday 12 February.
Please remember to include your full name so we know who to credit.
You can also send us your entry via Twitter or Instagram by tagging @LWLies, but please email us your entry as well.
Official Synopsis: From Luca Guadagnino, director of the Academy Award-nominated I Am Love, and starring Ralph Fiennes, Dakota Johnson, Matthias Schoenaerts and Tilda Swinton, A Bigger Splash is a dazzling, sensuous portrait of desire, jealousy and rock ‘n’ roll under the Mediterranean sun. When a high-profile couple – a rock star and a filmmaker – decide to vacation on a remote Italian island, their rest is disrupted by the sudden visit of an old friend and his sexy, yet mysterious daughter. Suddenly, what was supposed to be an ideal getaway turns into a whirlwind of jealousy, passion and danger for everyone in the group.
A Bigger Splash is released in cinemas 12 February.
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