Vídeo Oficial sobre o processo criativo da primeira marca multisensorial da história dos jogos paralímpicos, criada pela Tatil Design.
Pedro Wladimir Bernardes: Direção e Trilha Sonora Original
Bruno Queiroz: Direção
Mauro Kury: Fotografia
Felipe Benoliel: Montagem
Renata Gebara: Produção
Odaraya Mello: Assistente de Produção
Tradução: Thays Mielli
A student documentary project completed in April 2012.
Note: Having received recurring criticism regarding my poor audio editing skills, I hope to be lucky enough to find someone to salvage as much of it as possible when I revisit this project at a later date. Thank you to everyone who has continued to share this film despite it being difficult to listen to.
Interviewees in order of appearance:
Joanne Saul, Type Books (http://typebooks.ca/)
Stephen Fowler, Monkey's Paw Bookshop (http://monkeyspaw.com/)
Stan Bevington, Coach House Books (http://www.chbooks.com/)
Brian Morgan, The Walrus Magazine (http://walrusmagazine.com/)
Don Taylor, Don Taylor Bookbinding (http://www.dontaylorbookbinder.com)
Michael Torosian, Lumiere Press (http://www.lumierepress.com)
Akemi Nishidera, KOZO Studio Gallery (http://kozostudio.blogspot.com)
George Walker, Biting Dog Press & OCADU (http://www3.sympatico.ca/george.walker/)
Special thanks to:
Craig Black, for letting me peruse Don Black Linecasting (http://www.donblack.ca/) & Paul, for allowing me to film at Eliot's Bookshop.
And a big thank you to my capstone professor, Grahame Lynch, who was my mentor and advisor through the whole process.
All music licensed through http://www.audionetwork.com/
This documentary is a humble exploration of the world of print, as it scratches the surface of its future. I consider this a work in progress. It is built upon interviews with individuals who are active in the Toronto print community and questions whether or not they expect to see the disappearance of the physical book within our lifetime. The act of reading a “tangible tome” has evolved, devolved, and changed many times over, especially in recent years. I hope for the film to stir thought and elicit discussion about the immersive reading experience and the lost craft of the book arts, from the people who are still passionate about reading on paper as well as those who are not.
Please feel free to leave a comment below or email me directly at email@example.com. I would love to hear from you!
Que vous carburiez au jus de papaye ou aux pintes de bière, venez prendre un verre et découvrir le second opus de Passion, un numéro au verbe acerbe, plein de palmiers, de mannequins peinturlurées et de skateurs dégénérés !
Collaborateurs N°2 :
- Arnaud Lajeunie
- Aurélien Bacquet
- Dylan Calves
- Caroline Fayette
- Yan Céh
- Clothilde Fédou
- Jetenculetherese.net & Le Grand Foutoir
- Lvdovico Magno
- Mike Piscitelli
- François Guyomard & Quentin Williaume
- Anne-Line Desrousseaux & Julie Slowey
Handcrafted with love by BYU design students and faculty, for the 5th Typophile Film Festival. A visual typographic feast about the five senses, and how they contribute to and enhance our creativity. Everything in the film is real—no CG effects!
Shot with a RED One, a Canon EOS 5D Mark II, a Canon EOS 40D, and a Nikon D80.
Stop motion created with Dragon Stop Motion.
Creative Director & Faculty Mentor:
Writing & Storyboarding:
Brent Barson, Jessica Blackham, Analisa Estrada, Meg Gallagher, John Jensen, Regan Fred Johnson, Colin “The Pin” Pinegar