Directed by Indira Cesarine
Stylist: Indira Cesarine
Hair by Bianca Tuovi
Makeup by Phillipe Miletto
Additional Camera Operators Matt Flemming & Daniel Herendi
Photo / Video assistant Bran Symondson
Fashion assistants: Olivia Beresford & Lalique Martinez
Edited by Michaela Vatcheva
Music by Moby
Special thank to Richard Hains
Directed by Indira Cesarine, Planet Earth (6:27).
The fashion / video art film presents the journey of girl who awakes in a new world, and has to rediscover who she is and why she is there. She is faced with the emotional struggle of discovering her new environment, and the future that awaits her. Make up by Philippe Miletto with hair by Bianca Touvi, fashion styling by Indira Cesarine, with music by Moby.
For the summer season, Vanessa Bruno has once again worked together with director Stephanie Di Giusto on a film with actress Lou Doillon.
A three-measure visual poem like three exquisite moments with composer Gonzales appearing like an unforeseen encounter. A punctuation of sound. In this way the film sets free three life movements: three tempos expressing the poetry of a garment, delicate gentleness in motion, freedom of gesture bringing forth life.
The first measure. The sound of percussions thudding a race, impromptu choreography by Lou, barefoot, a throbbing corporeal experience, an awakening. The arousal of sensations. The second measure. An inner searching ambience. Introspection, the emotion of a composition played on the piano by Gonzales. Lou’s tears, those of a breathless heart, brimming over. The third measure. Release, self-discovery, a soothing deed. A silent cry, brute. Lou standing upright, in a car. A long travelling, uplifted arms. As if she’s flying. Escape. Music composed specially by Gonzales to accompany Lou.
A film or tale of inner adventure.