1. This project explores the invisible terrain of WiFi networks in urban spaces by light painting signal strength in long-exposure photographs.

    A four-metre long measuring rod with 80 points of light reveals cross-sections through WiFi networks using a photographic technique called light-painting.

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  2. Director: Alexandre "Osmoze" Brakha
    Character design: Koralie & Supakitch
    DOP: "Meka" T. Desiront
    Scenario: Alexandre "Osmoze" Brakha
    Art Direction: Alexandre "Osmoze" Brakha / "Meka" T. Desiront
    Editing: Alexandre "Osmoze" Brakha
    Storyboard: Alexandre "Osmoze" Brakha
    Animation: Adrien jaillet, Gregoire Peyrot
    Compositing: Frederic Henry, Thomas Lefebvre
    Music: D.L.I.D: Phoenix "1901" remix
    Graphic design: "Meka" T. Desiront
    Producer: Xavier Fauthoux (Shoot The Boss)

    Actors: Elodie Partenay, Alexandre "Osmoze" Brakha
    Making off: "Meka" T. Desiront, Alexandre "Osmoze" Brakha

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  3. a compilation of our 2010 work

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  4. Baillat Cardell & fils s'est vu confier la création de tableaux vidéos pour les nouveaux écrans du Grand Foyer culturel de la Place des Arts. L’installation nous fait découvrir la relation complexe entre créateurs et spectateurs, telle que perçue et vécue par différents artistes.

    BC&f a commandé et mis en scène les tableaux de l'illustratrice Capucine Labarthe (« Le public ») et de l'illustrateur LINO (« L'inspiration »). Deux autres tableaux sont en cours de création dont un sur « La critique », entièrement assumé par le studio.

    Baillat Cardell & fils in collaboration with the illustrators Capucine Labarthe and Lino, has produced and designed 2 video installations situated in the Hall of the Place des Arts Complexe in Montreal. They capture in a metaphoric manner the inspirational process of those who create and the range of emotions felt by the spectators.

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  5. A destitute man, living on city streets liberates a device and escapes to a symphony of light and sound.

    The idea came about by wanting to play with timelapse as a way of showing different realities. The Maestro obviously sees things differently than most people and by working the timelapse effect into the narrative, it allows us to see the world from his point of view.

    The Maestro was shot in Sydney, Australia with a crew of four people on the Canon 5D Mark II using only available light. The visual effects featured were all shot in-camera and later composited in post.

    Director / Producer / Writer / Editor / Art Director / Costume Designer - ADAM ANTHONY
    Co-Producer / Co-Writer / Visual Effects - EDWARD COPESTICK
    Cinematographer - TONY GARDINER
    Second Camera - NATE MARTIN
    Composer - BENJAMIN SPEED
    Sound Designer - ROSIE CHASE
    Sound Mixer - SAM HAYWARD
    Colourist - TRISH CAHILL
    Hair and Make-up - JODI GARDNER
    Additional Hair and Make-up - KATY CLUCAS / RACHEL COENEN
    Wardrobe Aged by - MARC BAROLD
    Location Sound - CHRIS FRITH
    Violinist - ANNE THOMPSON

    The Maestro - GYTON GRANTLEY
    Squeegee Kid - NICK MARICIC
    Motorist - RORY WILLIAMSON
    Double Bay Kid #1 - ALEX THOMPSON
    Double Bay Kid #2 - KIRSTY O'CONNER
    Double Bay Kid #3 - OLIVER LEIMBACH
    Security Guard - JUSTIN STEWART-COTTA

    Awards and Screenings:
    Tropfest 2011 - 3rd Prize, Best Cinematography
    New York City International Film Festival - Official Selection
    St. Kilda Film Festival - Official Selection
    Palo Alto International Film Festival - Official Selection
    Edmonton International Film Festival - Official Selection
    Shnit International Film Festival (Bern, Switzerland) - Official Selection

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