Fashion Industry Broadcast is proud to unveil our new bespoke film making division. We make rich media content for mobile devices, we create short and also feature length films and documentaries, we create and publish from our vast catalogue of art books, eBooks, apps for mobile devices. All of our book titles are soon to be available as feature length film documentaries, as well as innovative 5 minute “Web-Doco’s”. Our “Web-Doco” library alone features over 2,000 FIB titles. You can find them on iTunes, You Tube, Vimeo, and soon Netflix and Foxtel.
Our 5 minute “Web-Doco’s” are the perfect way to learn about and explore our content before you buy the books.
With increasing fervour Fashion Industry Broadcast is nearing the launch of our Cool TV book series. Vol. 80 Golden Age will the celebrate the shows that transformed the modern face of television to become more than entertainment but an embedded fabric of society. In this series we examine and analyse these shows to find out what made them so special for contemporary audiences. In order to whet the appetite for the full-length volume we have created cutting edge “Web-Doco’s” on each show.
Join us as we count down to Cool TV Vol. 80: Golden Age.
Today we look at Sex and the City. This show was an exciting step forward for women in television and also the discussion of sex on a social scale.
Television was yet to explore sex as a social matter to the extent that narrator/main protagonist Carrie Bradshaw did with her doe-eyed viewers. The show ironically brought sex out of the privacy of the bedroom and into the living rooms of anyone who owned a television, and subsequently seeped its way into the everyday conversations of women throughout the Western world.
Take a look at the web-doco above!
Writer: Harriet Wolstenholme
Video: Henry Young