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While imagining this film, there were 2 main things we wanted to explore with Eddy. The first one was the concept of being trapped. It was definitely related to our society today: almost everyone is trapped behind his screen, addicted. We are all stuck with our smartphone, social medias, our own virtual life. I’ve loved exploring it: how your way of seeing things changes according to your environment… And this huge, immaculate, radiant screen attracts and blocks Eddy at the same time. The other one came from Eddy, telling me how he sometimes loves elaborating different characters when he’s behind his phone. How he feels like having multiple personalities, making himself up. It was then pretty cool to combine these two ideas and think about how honest we are behind those screens, those masks? “Je me mens” “I’m lying to myself”. Directed by Thibaut Grevet DOP: Matthew Ballard 1st DA:​ Valentin Semko Production Designer: Renaud Deschamps Choreographer: Malika Djardi Label: INITIAL ARTIST SERVICES | Flavie Jaubert Produced by Frenzy Paris Producer: Manon De Buck⎜Elsa Rakotoson Line producer: Anthony Saoudi Family CREW Executive production: Nikita Bukowski Line producer: Daria Zakharova Stunt Coordinator: Alexandr Zhmutskiy Production Manager: Galina Merzlenko Production Assistant: Viktor Pomin Production designer: Natasha Makhovska Wardrobe stylist UA: Stas Ralko Editing by: Tianès Montasser, Maxime Pozzi Garcia Post-production: SAINT LOUIS VFX supervisors: Michaël Arasco, Yves Bosson Visual Effects by: Johann Roche, Fabrice Sese, Gaetan Bailleul, Titouan Harel, Camille Marc, Mathieu Betard, Benoit Messager @Reepost SAINT LOUIS Producer: Louis Arcelin, Jean-Marc Raygade, Yves Bosson Colorist: Sylvain Canaux
Mamá Húngara presents it´s latest music video of widely acclaimed producer and composer Agoria (aka Sébastien Devaud). The film was shot in 35mm in the exotic landscape of Calingasta, San Juan, Argentina. DIRECTOR´S STATEMENT- Hernán Corera- “Nobody is alone, even in the unknown country of death. Life never goes away. Memory, fraternity and hope are the doors that connect the territories of mystery.” says Hernan Corera. “That is why I wanted to tell the farewell of a leader, a journey under the halo of a magical ritual. The myth as the rite, is always the same. A man is all men. The duality of good and evil coexist within our spirit and is strengthened depending on the glass with which you look, that's why this story and its characters really unfold depending on who sees it, our characters rule realms to explore. So whoever sees love at the same time can see another betrayal. Who sees death can also see birth.” Produced by Mamá Húngara, When We Were Kids & Sapiens Directors: Hernán Corera, Walter Cornas & Juan Cavia Executive Producer Argentina: Juan Saravia & Natalí Sussman Executive Producers France: Ahlem Roubine & Jérôme Benadiner DoP: Mariano Monti Art Director: Walter Cornas & Juan Cavia Post-Production Superviser: Aldo Ferrari Lab: Kodak Atlanta Scanning 4k: Cinecolor Argentina Sound Mix: Mateo Yaya Cast Leader: Nicolas Haiti Her: Sofía Efron Hero: Dante Klomp Gang 1: Jose Pasini Gang 2: Bruno Palero Gang 3: Nefatali Villalba Gang 4: Gabriel Casas Gang 5: Cristian Dellarolle Gang 6: Matias Mila Gang 7: Mariela Baños Gang 8: Denis Sanchez Gang 9: Brunela Boriosi Gang 10: Amalia Mazzarello Gaucho: Alexis Nicolas Ayala Gaucho 2: Sofía Pizarro Gaucho 3: Zaira Pasten Gaucho 4: Erwin Astrudillo Gaucho 5: Lucas Jofre Gaucho 6: Guillermo Estopa Gaucho 7: Santiago Herrara Gaucho 8: Hector Jofre Special thanks to Alfavisión, argentinacine and Calingasta town for all their help & support. In the memory of my beloved Grand Mother Marta Perez Artaso.
A portrait of the sculptor, Dony Mac Manus, who has rejected much of contemporary art in favor of a return to the ideals of the renaissance. — — Dony Mac Manus is a sculptor and painter in Dublin, Ireland. In his working methods he has rejected much of contemporary art and chosen to work with tools and processes used throughout the renaissance in Europe. To me what was most fascinating about Dony were a set of questions he seemed to pose about our experience of time and our sense of place in it. How do we navigate the past, tradition, and form our identity in the present in response to these forces? These were the ideas I wanted to explore in this film. — Creative Agency: Animal Garden Directed by Travis Lee Ratcliff Executive Producer: Brad Fassbender Produced by Travis Lee Ratcliff & John Carmichael IV Associate Producer: Andrew Natali Cinematography John Carmichel IV Editing & Sound Design: Travis Lee Ratcliff Additional Mixing: Matteo Digiulo Music by Gavin Brivik Colorist: Brandon Thomas, TBD Post 1st AC, Gaffer: Emily Brown Production Assistant: Logan Rabe Artist's Model: Logan Rabe Special Thanks: Brad & Teresa Fassbender, Andrew Natali, Dony Mac Manus, Kathryn Bailey, Emily Brown, Logan Rabe, Kami Garcia, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, The Natural History Museum of Ireland, The Doughtery Arts Center Filmed on the Varicam LT with Cooke S4 lenses — Made possible by Guadalupe Roastery ( Filmed on Location in Dublin, Ireland | | Contact: Press Kit:
Emily is an elderly woman who lives between two states, the past and the present. She journeys into an inner world, reliving moments from her life. She searches for a connection within her vivid, but fragmented memories. Written and directed by Louise Bagnall, produced by Cartoon Saloon, Late Afternoon has won Best Animated Short at Tribeca Film Festival and has screened at more than 80 festivals worldwide. The film has been shortlisted for the Best Animation Short category at the 2019 Oscars. --- AWARDS --- Best Animated Short - Tribeca Film Festival, USA Grand Jury Award - Animayo, Spain Best In Show - Spark Animation Festival , Canada Best Animated Short 1st prize, Children's Jury - Chicago Int'l Children’s Film Festival, USA Jury Short Film Prize - Bucheon Int'l Animation Festival, South Korea AniB's Choice Prize - Bucheon Int'l Animation Festival , South Korea Best Animation Film Award - St Cloud Film Festival, USA Audience Award - Zabut Film Festival, Italy Jury Special Mention - Zabut Film Festival, Italy Best Short Animation - Irish Film and Television Awards, Ireland Best Short Animated Film - Animafilm Buku, Azerbaijan Best Animated Short Film, Int'l Youth Jury Awards - Olympia Int'l Film Festival , Greece Best 2D Film - Dublin Animation Film Festival , Ireland Best Animated Sequence - Galway Film Fleadh, Ireland Best Animation Film - Scrittura E Immagine Corto Film Festival, Italy Best Irish Film - Still Voices Short Film Festival, Ireland Best Animation Short - Irish Film Festa, Italy Best Short Film - Irish Film Festival London, UK Special Mention of the Jury - River Film Festival, Italy