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Music video for THYLACINE (Director's cut) Director: Cyprien Clement-Delmas Producer: Javier Alejandro Production Company: CAVIAR Exec Producer: Sorcha Shepherd Exec Producer: Daniella Manca Production Company: Garage Films Exec Producer: Oriol Uria Exec Producer: Luciano Firmo Service Production Company Ukraine Kiev: Esse Production House Exec Producer: Vitaliy Sheremetiev Line Producer: Anna Zobnina Commissioner/Management: Clarisse Arnou Director of Photography: Igor Kosenko Editor: Edouard Mailaender Post House: Metropolitana Colourist: Marc Morato VFX supervisor: Marc Matons Editing room: Everest Special thanks to Sylvain Obriot Sound design: Redfive Creative UK TEAM Focus Puller: Rupert Hornstein 2nd AC: Jomar Omeally Steadicam: Grant Sandy-Phillips Drone Pilot: Ben Platts Drone Pilot: Chris Bates Camera Operator: Tom O'keefe Focus Puller: Jed Darlington Rob DIT: Chris Belcher DIT: Ashley Hick Gaffer: Ryan Delahunty Spark: Eric Cooper 1st AD: Emma Pounds Runner: Greg Welbourne Production Manager: Zoe Travica Production Assistant: George Murphy Arms Specialist - Ben Simons at Bare Arms Tanks Suppliers - Tanks A Lot Camera Van Driver Tomek Mikolaj Security Mike Collins Security Martin Stevens Camera - One Stop Films (LOGO attached) Lighting - Pro Lighting (LOGO attached) UKRAINE TEAM Patriot Rental 1Ac: Slava Orlov Stedicam operator: Sergiy Smychok Location manager: Alexander Voloshin Dancers: Katerina Belyavskaya & Ivan Zamiga Actors: Liza Afonina Yuriy Snatniy Liza Grinenko Aleksandr Denisov Aleksandr Ramenskiy Dzhangir Nasibov Trisha Salmanov Mikhail Cherem Vladimir Nagorniy Vasyl Mandzyuk Make-up: Olga Trofymchuk Style: Diana Matyushenko Drivers: Maxim Shkarevskiy Vladimir Vasilenko Support: SACEM INTRUSION
Official video for the mini “album-movie” of Tierra Whack, WHACK WORLD. This video is consists of 15 scenes combining grotesque and absurd situations, which convey the quirky imagination of rapper Tierra Whack. An unlikely meeting with the singular world of Tierra.In an approach reminding a curiosity cabinet, each scene is tinted with “handmade” aesthetics and showcases the rich, spontaneous and bizarre world of the young artist. Starring Tierra Whack Original Idea and Creation Thibaut Duverneix & Mathieu Léger | Gentilhomme Director Thibaut Duverneix Executive Producer Sophie Bisson | Gentilhomme Production Compagny Gentilhomme Cinematographer John Londono Art Director Susan Macquarrie Post-Production Gentilhomme Editor Akim Gagnon Colorist Simon Boisx VFX 3D and Online Étienne Garon-Vincent Compositing Étienne Garon-Vincent Amélie Petit Jean Music by Tierra Whack Tierra Whack Management Team Kenete Simms Johnny Montina Casting Director Francis Cantin Casting - Nail Artist: Tamara Di Lullo Cable Guy & Personal Trainer: Martin Damian Gomez Friend: Zachary Citara Friend: Tatyanna Nance Friend: Mawa Kaba Friend: Tatiana Daniel Friend: My Vo Ngonc Man: Michael Pierre-Charles Cook: Huu Khoa Pham Cat Puppet #1: Michelle An Cat Puppet #2: Jean-Luc Della Montagna Cat Puppet #3: Zachary Citara Cat Puppet #4: Nick Canonica Cat Puppet #5: Tatyanna Nance Hand Trophy: Nick Canonica Crew - Line Producers: Nicolas Comeau, Jean-Luc Della Montagna 1st Assistant Director: Jean-François Duplat 1st Assistant Camera: Kévin Gourvellec DIT: Daniel Lacasse Assistant Art Department: Lea Berger Assistant Art Department: Ingrid Wilken Assistant Art Department: Kenny Dorvil Assistant Art Department: François Herquel Stylist: Sarah Hall-K Assistant Stylist: Marilyne Gauthier-LEDUC Makeup Artist: Maïna Militza Makeup assistant: Josianne Cournoyer Hair Stylist: Stéphane Scotto Di Cesare Prosthetic Makeup: Rémy Couture Nail Artist: Tamara Di Lullo from Candy Nail Bar Montreal Gaffer: Stéphane Leblanc Best Boy Electric: Julie Martel Electric: Jean-Marc Plante Electric: Samuel Trudelle Key Grip: Jackson Girard Best Boy Grip: Conrad Roy Grip: Fred Demers Production Director: Jean-Luc Della Montagna Unit Manager: Virginie Nolin Production Assistant: Yannick Boutin-Gosselin Production Assistant: Vincent Belisle Ducharme Production Assistant: Jean-Christophe Di Mambro Caterer: Eduardo Castro Robles Catering: De Bons Petits Plats
For centuries the Greek Myths have been used as cautionary tales and teaching tools for people both young and old. These stories convey deep wisdom about the human condition which continue to resonate with us. I wanted to honor these ancient stories by interpreting them in the age of the pixel and gif. The challenge was to communicate these complex stories in the most minimal way possible while retaining their essence. By having each vignette loop seamlessly, the timeless and perennial nature of these stories are reinforced. Ultimately these animations serve as visual shorthand for ancient truths which are as relevant today as they were when first told. Sisyphus: After numerous transgressions, Zeus decided to punish the deceitful king Sisyphus once and for all by forcing him to push a huge enchanted boulder up a steep hill. As soon as he reached the top, the boulder would roll back down to the base of the hill, condemning Sisyphus to an eternity of frustrated labor. 
 Icarus: King Minos imprisoned Icarus in a tower alongside his father, the master craftsman Daedalus. As a means of escape Daedalus created a set of wings made of feathers and wax for his son but warned him not to fly too close to the sun. Icarus did not however heed his father’s advice. His wings dissolved and Icarus fell into the sea below and drowned. 
 Persephone: The daughter of Zeus and Demeter, Persephone was abducted by the god of the underworld Hades. Although Zeus intervened and brought her back to the land of the living, Persephone was bound to Hades for four months of each year. In her grief, Demeter would make the soils barren thereby creating winter while Persephone’s return would mark the start of the spring. 
 Narcissus: As punishment for mortal Narcissus’ cruel treatment of the nymph Echo, he was cursed by Nemesis, the goddess of revenge. She led him to a pool where upon seeing his own reflection, he became besotted with his image and was unable to leave. Fixated, starving and in despair, he fell into the pool and drowned. 
 Midas: Having done a great service for the god Dionysus, King Midas was granted one wish of his choosing. He wished that everything he touched would turn to gold. Upon turning food, water and even his own daughter to gold however, he soon realized his foolishness and prayed to Dionysus to undo his wish. Dionysus took pity on King Midas and duly undid the wish. 
Theseus: A Greek hero of many adventures, Theseus is best known for his defeat of the Minotaur. Under the decree of King Minos, every year fourteen young Atheneans were sacrificed to the Minotaur - a monstrous half bull, half man who resided deep within the Labyrinth. Not only was Theseus able to slay the Minotaur but he also successfully escaped the complex Labyrinth, solidifying his legend. Direction & Design: Stephen Kelleher Modeling & Animation: Chris Guyot Sound Design: John Poon