2 people secretly rendezvous in the atomic age. As the bombs drop, they become ghosts trapped in time.
Directed, Filmed and Edited by: Eddie Enciu
Music by: Kevin Yost
VO Written and Narrated by: Savannah Rae Rounds
Produced by: Adam Baron
Make up by: Erika and Tracy Mendy (The Mendy House)
Thanks to Jose Zaragoza and Jason Stanley
Lenses and filters from: Vid-Atlantic.com
Filmed using Red Scarlet with Canon Al mount, Nikkor and Nikon E Series lenses, Iscorama 1.5x anamorphic attachments with the Vid-Atlantic.com VAMP Clamp. Some shots with a 58mm CineMorph filter.
Fashion photographers Nesrine Brikci, Alexander Denomay, Christophe Guertin, and Virginie Gosselin decided to work together on their final project before graduating from Dawson College in Quebec with a degree in Professional Photography. The result of the collaboration was an impressive black and white fashion film about the human body's transition from blooming to its demise.
Julia Trotti picked up her first camera at the of sixteen, and immediately fell in love with taking photos. After experiment different techniques and styles, Trotti realized she loved taking portraits. This slowly grew into fashion photography, however, Trotti's approach to shooting models hasn't always been conventional: "- I realised I loved to take photos of people in the opposite way magazines and online articles would tell you to. I preferred taking photos of my models and subjects in the moment in between; when they were slightly distracted or in between a movement of brushing their hair from their face. I find those unplanned moments to be the most magical," she explains.
Today the Sydney based artist is making her debut on Ben Trovato with a film and a beautiful set of images capturing the magic Trotti so swiftly described. Pastel Bones features model Ellie Hextall in amazing clothing by Oh Deer Boutique. Makeup was done by Abbey Love, and the music in the film by Chase Studios.