Set to launch this summer is STUDIO, Britain’s first film magazine aimed at a female audience.
Packed with witty editorial and Hollywood news, this monthly digital title is aimed at women between the ages of eighteen and thirty-five, and aspires towards fulfilling the needs of women who are enthusiastic about Hollywood film and entertainment who are overlooked and dissatisfied by current titles.
An innovative and new monthly digital publication, STUDIO will be available for readers to buy, search inside, read, and save its digital content worldwide; and can be accessed on a variety of devices, including both PC and Mac desktop computers, iPads, iPhones and other Android tablets.
Louise Robina Happé, Founder and Editor In Chief, comments: “Having always liked the aesthetic of women’s magazines, readily taking pleasure in flicking through glossy pages of edgy fashion photography, I’ve always had difficulty finding articles I actually want to read. In all honesty, I never found features on various shades of lipstick quite as interesting as the new Denzel movie. And that was what hit me. Having happily immersed myself into the world of film and entertainment from as early as I can remember, I have never been able to find a magazine that truly suited me. The laborious task of crossing from the women’s glossies on one side of a book-store to the entertainment section on the other, only to catch quizzical stares from the surrounding men as to why I was in their turf, just wouldn’t cut it anymore."
“Thus, STUDIO was born; a magazine that would encapsulate everything that a female film fan such as myself, and thousands of others, would want. I feel that digital is continuing to prove that it is the way forward, and we are extremely excited at the possibilities new media devices are creating – particularly the potential to add interactive content, such as videos and clickable links.”
Louise’s family has film in their blood – her grandfather, Bernard Happé, was Technical Director of Technicolor Ltd UK and was also a founding member of BKSTS, the British Kinematograph Sound and Television Society (www.bksts.com).
STUDIO will be launching on 12 August 2011 featuring an exclusive interview with its very first covergirl – Anne Hathaway. Initially aimed at the UK market, developments are planned to make it appealing to English speaking countries worldwide; and will be hosted and distributed by Zinio – the world’s largest digital newsstand (www.zinio.com).
STUDIO regular sections comprise:
Hollywood Happenings – a light-hearted look at what is happening in Hollywood.
First Look – a sneak peek into what films will be hitting our screens.
Style Spy – front row on the red carpet at the latest premiere and award ceremony.
Steal That Style – exclusive interviews with Hollywood’s top make-up artists to the stars.
Plus exclusive interviews, reviews and articles on topical events within the film and entertainment industry.
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For more information contact:
Louise Robina Happé
Founder & Editor In Chief
Notes to Editors:
STUDIO is the UK’s first film magazine for women – the first and only of its kind. With the latest movie news, reviews and features, STUDIO is a refreshing addition to the film magazines market.
This monthly digital title is aimed at women between the ages of eighteen and thirty-five, and aspires towards fulfilling the needs of women who are enthusiastic about Hollywood film and entertainment who are overlooked and dissatisfied by current titles.
STUDIO stands out from other typically male-orientated film magazines with its distinctive pages dedicated to the hottest film-inspired fashion, proving to be the one-stop source for female film and entertainment enthusiasts.
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