There are a lot of perspectives and interpretations to this story, it really depends on how one views it and their intentions or inner self-consciousness plays an important role, that is the story's singularity and what makes it unique. It exercises one's mind, and that is an essential aspect to me and my art, to make people think and question. To me personally, it’s about thrilling over your fears, of a dark journey into the unknown, and shedding light to darkness to reveal truth or revealing one's true colors.
To let go, first you have to find in your memories the sounds and colours that remind you of painful moments, those are the antidote so you can move on. This video includes memories from different videos recorded in the past with a DSLR, including fragments of the day the author's grandmother died, shot with an iPhone; mixed with a sequence of the film "Tajimara, disappearing in the dust." Music by De Osos.
This is about what Her mind keeps inside. Undisclosed desires and secret passion, a thin line between reality and a world of dreams. Music video for famous Ukrainian band Cape Cod featuring Constantine.
A dedication to the river Ganga showcasing its birth and following its journey. Devotion to the holy river Ganga is devotion to the life-giving element of water. The human vessel is a unified embodiment of the elements and to worship the healing element is to worship that in oneself and to heal oneself. The Ganga nourishes the lives of 1/10th of the worlds population.
Gastaloops started as a personal project, a marathon that consisted in creating 100 animations in 100 days, with three main colors (white, red and black). A blend of surreal and inventive GIFs that perfectly convey the atypical universe of the Londoner.
At the end of the journey, I choose to use the track Out by the band IISO. It worked seamlessly and perfectly with the juxtaposition of the gifs, with no additional edit.
It’s easy when you stand in the middle of war
so dizzy ‘cause you want me to stay so long on our words
you better stay out
you better stay you
feel the way you lose
it’s evil when i feel i’m the leader of my own feelings
i’m evil cause you want me to stay so long on these words
An average afternoon at the train station turns into an orchestra in the music video for the band Grand Mexican Warlock, made with one take with live music. Originally filmed as part of the music feature “Balaton Method,” a documentary which included 19 original music videos.
After decades racism is still an issue and Police brutality is among the top trending news in the world today. Every single day African-Americans may lose their lives in the hands of the Police for no reason... Sir Lenny Henry takes you to a sad, but true world of injustice that we are facing today. Keep your eyes open, listen to the story and judge for yourself, what’s going on...
A piece about making a key decision, exploring the unknown, gaining better awareness of oneself. Such action always carries risk, because you may not like what you find during the trip, it may not be what you expected of yourself. Such a decision can be made when truth is believed to be the ultimate good. Music video for the band MA.
"Looking into the distance, they get ready. Spin, spin and spin again to power the collective machine." A collaboration of Maïté Jeannolin and Charlotte Marchal on the research of a syncretic language in between choreography and cinematography. Music by Vecchione.
While waiting at the traffic light, a sharp dressed man looses his head in geometry. Percolometria is a fashion film for the Italian brand Corneliani. Art director Pablo Arroyo asked us to surprise the brand’s clienteel, used to frame luxury between marble columns and solid-wood tables, with something itchy. Having a few beautiful outfits to film and being given total freedom, we designed a coreography with a dancer and substituted his head and hands with Bauhaus-punk inspired geometry.
Music video about a lost boy and a circus. Playing hide-and-seek in the forest a young boy with a bear mask follows a mole and other animals into a circus. But the world inside is turned upside-down. The lion makes a human jump and a rabbit becomes a magician. The humans are the suffering attractions of this circus. What will happen if the visitors discover that the boy is a human as well?
Sit-Down, Rise Up. Is a musically charged film about unity through individuality and how important it is in the fight against the abuse of power. Inspired by the anthem scene in Casablanca, Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton and "The Get Down." The film is about a classroom in a dystopian world void of individuality ruled by an abusive teacher, who forces his students to drum the beat of a metronome on their desks. After one student is abused for being off beat, one student drums a different best in defiance rallying her fellow students to finally stand up for themselves.
The film tells a story of several people. Each one of them is different, but they have one thing in common: they're all too attached to their cell phones. What could happen if they all lose themselves in their technological fetish completely? This is what “Madness” is about. A film in an experimental form of a music video, where live action merges with 2D animation. A music video to the song “Madness” by the SOXSO duo.
This is a movie clip of unique format: a creative group was inspired by the New Safe Confinement - shelter for the IV block of Chernobyl NPP, which has unique nonstandard acoustics inside of it. The author of idea and project's producer Iryna Nikolaienko together with the famous Ukrainian musician Mykyta Rubchenko created a musical composition using the sounds of several unique objects of the Exclusion zone.
The mini-movie and musical single based on the story of the Chernobyl disaster to the present day is about a boy born in the town of Pripyat' who abandoned that place after the accident and returned to the Exclusion zone in order to take part in the construction of the "Shelter-2" confinement many years later.