In their Bellecour graduation film Fabien Weibel, Sandrine Wurster, Victor Debatisse and Manuel Alligné show that sometimes Destiny can be beaten if you’re willing try, try and try again.
Back in 2010 Patrick Jean blew us away with Pixels, his 8 bit invasion of New York, which he kindly let us share at our Reading & Leeds festival screenings that year. Today he returns with Motorville, the tale of an American city map – made up of streets, highways and freeways – which ups [...]
Taking a ‘form fits function’ approach, Jason Pumo’s two-part experimental series In Camera, puts subterranean artist Mirial on the opposite side of the lens from which he creates his striking images. In keeping with Pumo’s desire to have the viewer quickly grasp the themes at hand, whilst presenting them within a visually and auditorily interesting [...]
Shot over six days in 13 different locations in Paris (and one in Turkey), Shunpo from creative French director Steven Briand is a rhythmic short featuring some snappy editing and well-executed choreography.
Shot with Canon 5D mkII and post produced in After Effects, buildings come alive to the sounds of Near Deaf Experience’s remix of Nine Inch Nails’ 21 Ghosts in TNIW [That Night In Williamsburg] from Supralude.
When I think back to the films that kickstarted my fascination with the animated short, Jeremy Clapin’s Skhizein is one that instantly springs to mind. His creative storytelling and strong visual flair for me summed up all that is great with the almost limitless medium. Nearly five years after first experiencing Clapin’s work, I finally [...]
Parisian directing team Parallel (illustrator Quentin Baillieux and photographer Raphaëlle Tinland) have crafted a gentle, but richly beautiful journey into memory for Erevan Tusk’s track By The Larches. Tinland explains their intentions for the promo: “Growing old and how you deal with it has always interested and questioned me: how does an old woman consider [...]
Romain Demongeot and electronic artists De Andria & Ghisal picture love at the end of world in Love 2062.
Alden Volney provides a front row seat to the unremarkable life of Terrence Bliss in his promo for Villagers’ Nothing Arrived.
Sometimes I think to myself in French & listen to old records from the 60s. Remember when Matthew Frost sent up the fashion film pitch whilst executing its requirements to a T in Une Fille Comme Les Autres? Well now its the turn of the model/actress as Lizzy Caplan perfectly plays at playing the part [...]