The Bicycle Cap Film is a documentary about a love story between an old sewing machine and a bicycle.
It's also about a very special series of bicycle caps made by Spanish brand peSeta for the New Museum of New York City. caps only available at the New Museum shop (235 bowery, nyc).
springtime 2011, madrid.
directed by Zipi
produced by New Museum, peSeta and Leo Burnett
cinematography by Roberto San Eugenio
idea by Leo Burnett Iberia (Juan Sevilla Moreno)
music: "the longest day" by Megafaun from the album "Gather, Form and Fly". written by Megafaun, published by Strictly Confidential/Ed. de la Bascule. courtesy of Hometapes (http://www.home-tapes.com) and Crammed Discs (http://www.crammed.be)
A story of guardianship by Kew over one of the world's most economically valuable crops, we reveal the surprisingly fragile foundations that lie beneath the multi-billion pound industry, showing just how important Kew's scientific research is to securing the fate of our cup of coffee.
Commissioned by Kew Gardens for a second year, Lonelyleap were asked to produce two films in continuation of the online content strand, Beyond the Gardens. With a focus on more complex environmental issues, our job was to translate these into concise and digestible films for the public that still retained their scientific accuracy.
Built from an old Renault Garage in the center of Paris, near Place de la Bastille, Alain Ducasse's new chocolate factory was created with the willingness to get back to the roots of chocolate making : a careful, slow and patient work, craftsmanship and machines being as one. This short film gives us a vision of chocolate like we never see it, rough and sensual at the same time.
Director : Simon Pénochet
Director of photography : Yann Tribolle
Producer : Pierre Baussaron
Music: Flairs / Third side record