Yes, Spacing made a movie trailer for the Disaster Issue

Spacing’s newest and most cynical issue to date is about to hit newsstands (should be on shelves after May 31st). In order to celebrate this apocalyptic vision of Toronto we threw aside any notion of modesty in hopes of scaring the bejeezus out of you by producing our first magazine “trailer” promotional video.

The 90-second piece was conceived by the Spacing editorial team and assembled by Sam Javanrouh, Canada’s most outstanding photoblogger. The imagery used in the video are photos and illustrations that also appear in the upcoming issue.

Please share this widely with your friends and followers on Facebook and Twitter. Also, we’re hosting a party tonight at the Brick Works and we hope you can join us.

Music:
“The Landlord is Dead” by Do Make Say Think
“Gentlemen’s Song” by Friendly Rich

Video Production, Editing, and Graphics: 

Sam Javanrouh

Photos: 

Sam Javanrouh, Rob Pinciuc, Toronto Archives

Illustrations: 

Steve Murray, Mathew Borrett, Matthew Blackett

Script:
Todd Harrison & Matthew Blackett