Win 3 Sci-Fi films courtesy of @StudioCanalUK

Thanks to Studio Canal we have a bundle of Sci-Fi films to give to one lucky winner.

The films you could be watching are ‘Under the Skin’, ‘The Man Who Fell to Earth’ and ‘Mood Indigo’

For a chance to win either:

Follow @FlaneurZine on Twitter and tweet:

RT and follow @flaneurzine for a chance to #win three Sci-Fi DVDs #freebiefriday Details: http://flaneur.me.uk/11/win-3-sci-fi-films-courtesy-of-studiocanaluk/

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Sign up for our weekly newsletter on the front page of The Flaneur and then just send an email to comps@flaneur.me.uk with sci-fi in the title.

The competition ends at midnight on Nov 28th after which we will choose the winner. You must be over 15 to enter. We reserve the right to withdraw/change prizes if necessary.

Preview video: Gandini Jugglers and Nimrod Borenstein at @mimeLondon

Nimrod Borenstein has composed a piece for the Gandini Jugglers which will be premiered at the London International Mime Festival on 13th January 2015 with further performances on 14th and 15th January. The world premiere of Suspended op. 69 will be performed by up-and coming-string ensemble Camerata Alma Viva who regularly perform Nimrod’s works.

The preview video below introduces the Gandini Jugglers and Nimrod’s Concerto for violoncello and orchestra, giving an insight into the upcoming performance.

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The Hermes iPhone Tie Break app and their Spring–Summer 2015 accessories collection

To celebrate the launch of their Spring-Summer 2015 collection Hermes have released a free Tie Break iPhone app. Available here, it includes a helpful How to Knot guide, explaining a few different ways to attach your tie to your neck. It also shows samples of the new season’s designs along with information on the making of ties and some (silly) games.

The new accessories collection is wide-ranging and includes hats, bags, saddles, pens and even a bike. A few highlights include:

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Pantographe Desk Lamp

A draughtsman’s instrument, the pantograph has lent its name to a lighting family. Made of a jointed stem and arm, this lamp dutifully follows the hand to better light each movement. Decorated with leather and metal, it rests on a leather-cased base that doubles as a change tray.

Creation Michele De Lucchi

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Jean-Jaques Rousseau Carreé de notes Silk scarf 

The words of Jean-Jacques Rousseau are released from a notebook to form embroidered and printed calligrams.

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La lanterne d’Hermès

This portable lamp’s dual origin lies in the world of travel: lighthouses and ship navigation lights on the one hand, and carriages equipped with lanterns on the other. It is composed of four led light sources, each with its own rechargeable battery. Cased in sturdy calfskin, the aluminium structure elegantly frames a thick glass lens.

Creation Yann Kersalé

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