An Inuit child wanders away from his village, fascinated by a wild bird. His father follow his trail, dertermined to find him before he gets lost on the ice floe...
We worked as a group of five students during one year and a half to create our graduation film, Tuurngait, at Supinfocom Arles, south of France. It was screened in more than 50 film festivals around the world during the past two years, earning 9 awards in the process. Feel free to visit our website for more informations and behind the scenes ! The film was created in stereoscopic 3D, and if you have 3D glasses, you can view it in "eye-popping threedee" on Youtube (Please, vimeo, we need a 3D player!).
They say that no two snowflakes are alike. Each is a world in itself. Unique. Unrepeatable. Just like you. You can choose many paths. It is up to you and only you. Where you turn, which door you open, which world you visit. But there is only one way which leads you to your destination. Telekom Slovenia. Live freely.
Client: Telekom Slovenje
Agency: Futura DDB
Prod. Company: Super16
Executive Producer: Leon Krpic
Producer: Ales Loborec
Director: Raoul Paulet
D.O.P.: Igor Vukovic
1st AD: Katka Susnik
Steadycam Op: Aljosa Korenkan
Art Department Manager: Miha Erman
AD Assistant: Mateja Rojc
Costume Designer: Nina Jagodic
Casting Manager: Nina Robnik
Post Prod.: Lalaland + Kerozine
Color Grading: Teleking
Music: "Preden grem naprej" by Melodrom
More screenshots here: flickr.com/photos/raoulpaulet/sets/72157637599336176/
Behind the scenes photos here: bit.ly/1crM2tH
Never Not Part 2 takes a deeper look at snowboarding, going beyond the action, the tricks, & the travel to expose the people behind the progression. By elevating the voices and viewpoints of the world's best riders, this film taps into the snowboarding spirit, exposing audiences to the sport's unique culture and characters. Getting up close and personal with the riders, we learn what it takes and what it means to realize your potential and live the snowboard dream. Exploring the creativity and ambition that drives these riders, snowboarding expands. It becomes a metaphor for freedom and an inspiration to pursue your passions whatever they may be.
Holi Shit takes a team of freerunners, geared up with a bunch of “toys” which were as great to play with as they are to watch in slow motion and follows their adventures through the abandoned suburbs of Berlin.
During their three days journey, the freerunners and camera crew got lost more than once on the endless highways outside of Berlin Brandenburg. We also realized that the most interesting abandoned places are not only well concealed, but are well guarded by security and police. Ignoring those signs of warning the next days were packed with thrilling moments of spectacular runs and tricks but also, getting chased by ghost hunters at midnight, and getting arrested by the police while shooting a drone shot with smoke grenades on top of the tallest building in the area. Obviously not a good idea!
Every big city has one thing in common. After a while it is quite hard to get out of a place filled with so much energy. Chasing those abandoned buildings and feeling the calmness of a place once filled with so much life was truly inspirational.