Girls on Film is a film photography zine founded by photographer Igor Termenón in 2011. It started started as an online zine and quickly evolved into a print publication, a book and now also a website showcasing the work of emerging photographers who use film photography as their preferred medium.
22 issues have been published so far – 14 Girls on Film and 8 issues of its “sister publication” Boys on Film. A selection of photographs from these issues have been also published in the Girls on Film and Boys on Film books edited by Korean independent publishing house SSE Project and released in summer 13.
Over the past 2 years, Girls on Film has acted as a platform to discover new photography talent and has published the work of some of the most promising artists worldwide. The zine has also caught the attention of specialized press and has been featured in websites and magazines the likes of Dazed & Confused, It’s Nice That and Elle Girl Korea. In May 2013, the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)‘s library acquired all the issues of Girls/Boys on Film for its archive collection.
About Igor Termenón:
Igor Termenón is a Spanish photographer currently living in Edinburgh, UK. After finishing a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Product Design, he decided to change his career path and started working in digital marketing. He currently works full time as a content marketing specialist and spends his free time working as the editor of Girls on Film, managing editor of Future Positive and shooting editorials, portraits and street style for the likes of Nylon Guys, Elle UK and Vice.