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The Team


This issue, we asked our contributors: What film reminds you most of the Fall season?
Editorial Director, Toronto
“When Harry Met Sally for sure. I love the scene when they’re in Central Park with all the red and yellow leaves on the ground — fairytale Autumn!"
Creative Director, Toronto
"Pan's Labyrinth, the dark colours in the film remind me of Fall. There's beauty in darkness."
Online Developer, Toronto
"Good Will Hunting because a lot of the movie is set in the fall, and it's also back-to-school season."

Style


Stylist, Toronto
“Annie Hall reminds me of the Autumn season because of Diane Keaton's layered-up tweed and wool outfits. It's the perfect Fall fashion inspiration as a stylist, and a great iconic movie.”
“Annie Hall. There is something quite nostalgic about Fall, and I think Woody Allen's films of that era all have that quality to them. As well as the fact that Annie Hall's wardrobe is how I imagined I would want to dress in NYC in the Autumn when I was growing up in London.”

Picture: Moving and Still


Photographer, Toronto
“Sleepy Hollow directed by Tim Burton, the setting of the movie reminds me most of Autumn because it’s foggy, creepy and dark.”
Illustrator, Toronto
“Fall time is horror movie season, son! So maybe Blair Witch Project? Or Descent! Also Sleepy Hollow! Maybe I have a thing for horror films set in forests.”
Photographer, Toronto
“Wes Anderson's The Royal Tennenbaums. Aesthetically, his warm palette of yellow and oranges, and the quality of golden light throughout the film, perfectly capture the beauty of fall.”

Director, LA
"Halloween, 'cuz kids be dropping like leaves."
Cinematographer, LA
"Almost Famous because I saw it just before moving away from Minnesota for the first time, and I remember that Fall vividly."
Photographer, LA
"Wes Anderson's Rushmore. Autumn, back to school, homemade school plays, and competitive obsession. Perfect illumination seasoned in the Fall."

Photographer, Toronto
“Doubt. With blues and browns and its main colour scheme, the overall tone of the movie reminds of those days where the streets are wet and the leaves have fallen.”

Words


Advice Columnist, Toronto
"Love Story — I think it's all the sweaters and coats! I think about Ali McGraw's wardrobe from that movie every year when I plan my Fall purchases.”
Fashion News Editor Toronto
“Clueless because it (for the most part) takes place in a high school and has always been my back-to-school (and now back to Fall) wardrobe inspiration.” 
L.A. Editor
"We don't really have seasons but, Love Actually always reminds me of colder times."

Writer, Toronto
“Anything Hitchcock but especially, The Birds! “
Writer, London
"James Bond films (they are classic!) or the latest superhero remake to give me the strength to get through hectic September!"
European Editor
“When Harry Met Sally because of all the great sweaters they wear.”