This is a shortfilm documentary about Eva, a young french girl who lives in Paris. She does some casual jobs, cleaning mainly.
Direction, story, shoot, DOP, edit, color grade, audio mix, sound design by Kendy.
Plastik Joy - 63 (she was trying to sleep, i was trying to breathe)
Blackfilm/Walk with me
With Marion Servole
No budget, no glidecam, no steadycam, no lights, just the camera and the same lens (Canon 550d/Sigma 30mm f1.4)
That project has been done in 5 days, shooting and post production included.
That shortfilm documentary is a part of the "Monsters Collective", an association of 12 directors from several different countries. It has been screened at the Festival International Du Film de Genre at Paris/France. It will be screened in several upcoming festivals with the other shortfilms of the collective soon.
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Engines are on, the machinery starts. Join us as we twist and turn to contemplate reality through a different glass.
The Opening Titles for OFFF Pescara & Webfest 2012 were created in a true Physalia spirit, striving to find new ways to move a camera in reality with a control only possible in CG. This time around, we created our biggest rig ever- a multi-sized orbital crane half human-powered, half computer controlled. The different sizes of our rig allowed us to engage in a multi-dimensional trip- from the macro shots taken inside the Lightbox, to the highest flights in the woods.
The Titles were shot in stopmotion with an infrared camera hacked by ourselves- more than 10.000 raw infrared images compose them. The final film has no CG imagery and was shot entirely in stopmotion.
UK directing duo marc & ish created this film with The Boxer Rebellion. They gave us the track and we took the idea of honesty from the lyrics and created a narrative that would be both completely surprising and utterly compelling. We wanted to make a something that was seriously playful and naughty, but also might be profound, raw and honest. Two "it" girls come home from a party and we compress 24 hours of a drunken roller-coaster of highs and lows, passion and heartache into 4 minutes. We wanted to explore a frenzied relationship, present the viewer with something that might be seen at first glance as controversial or sensational, but break through this.... breakthrough the fashionista styling, photo-shoot imagery, the beauty, the sexuality, the crazy night out... and try and find an intimate humanity that is shockingly real. Honest. Why two girls? Why not? Love is love.
Producer: Tess Mitchell
Executive Producer: Bradley Woodus
Editor: Nick Lofting
Cinematography: Stuart Graham
Stylist: Sascha Lilic
Editorial: Jump LA
Colour Grade: James Bamford @ The Mill
Post Production: Owen Saward - Lead Flame, Michael Smith - Flame
Post Production Company: Absolute Post
Production Company: Black Jack Films