Written & directed by Guillaume Panariello
Cinematography by Thomas Rames
Visual effect by Benoit Maffone (La Planète Rouge)
Produced by VLB Recordings & La Planete Rouge : http://www.laplaneterouge.fr
Music by siska : https://www.facebook.com/siskasoundofficial
This is a real video performance, a slow motion video, a sequence map with a traveling in front of 80 extras placed on 80 meters along a little road, lost in an industrial area. Filmed at 1000 frames/second with a Phantom flex 4k from a car driven at 50km/h, the shooting took 5 seconds for a 3'30 video: a living and dreamlike mural.
Sometimes you have no money and a crazy idea. Why do people watch sharkumentaries? Is it because an over-the-top CGI shark spat out a live seal on a faux local news show? Is it because a shark-riding celebrity told them to? Is it for the cool shark facts you're going to learn? Nope. They watch for one reason - there is nothing simultaneously more badass and more terrifying than watching a shark eat something.
So at Nat Geo WILD we made a show that's nothing, but the best footage of sharks chowing down. To promote the show, I came up with a heavy metal anthem (because sharks and metal are like peanut-butter and chocolate) that gets right to the point - this show is about sharks eating stuff. Also, we didn't have the money to hire Axl Rose, so I stepped up to mic and crooned out the lyrics myself. Graphics and editing were done in house. Honest. Awesome. Free.