I U (2:16)
Created by Zaiba Jabbar
Starring The Lovely Jonjo
Music by The Vile Bodies
Edited by Zaiba Jabbar
I U (2:16) was created by Zaiba Jabbar and stars “The Lovely Jonjo”. In the modern portrait style video, Jabbar explores the intimate moments of Jonjo’s daily routine, private moments that are usually never shared between friends. Music by The Vile Bodies.
Zaiba Jabbar is a self-taught filmmaker living in London. After studying graphic design at Central Saint Martin’s, Jabbar has worked in the music video industry since 2006. However, she made the move in 2008 into more fashion-orientated projects.
Since then Zaiba’s has been profiled in the New York Times, for her film for David and being one of only two winners of ASVOFF and Vogue Italia’s Light Series prize competition in Milan for her video for William Richard Green. During the two years Zaiba has been making fashion films she has worked with a number of commercial brands and smaller fashion labels which include Aquascutum, Mulberry, Levis, Hint Magazine, Spring69, New look, David David, Hermione De Paula, Bordelle, William Richard Green, and Fashion 156, Dazed Digital, Charlie Le Mindu, Vice Magazine and NIKE.
The Lovely Jonjo
The Lovely Jonjo has been DJing for 8 years. Starting as a core part of the small team at legendary London indie club Trash. Currently Jonjo is a resident DJ at Punk Wears Prada in Milan, is resident at the internationally renowned Durrr, including dates in Paris and Dublin and boasts his own East London night, Hot Boy Dancing Spot; which hosted a party to open Elmgreen and Dragset’s award winning show at the Venice Biennale last June. Jonjo has supported Maximo Park on tour in China and has played Club nights in Athens, Tel Aviv, Barcelona, Berlin, NYC and Tokyo. Jonjo has created catwalk music for London’s top fashion talents including Gareth Pugh, Sophia Kokosalaki and Marios Schwab. And is known for playing at art and fashion events in London, New York, Istanbul, LA and Milan for the likes of Established & Sons, Vice Mag, Mulberry, Topshop and the Goethe Institute. Jonjo has also been profiled in international press such as the UK’s i.D and NME, New York’s East Village Boys and appeared on the cover of Holland’s Butt magazine