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To Catch A Dream

To Catch A Dream from The Nest Collective on Vimeo.

Ajuma - a grieving widow - is desperate to stop her recurring nightmares. In an effort to end them once and for all, she explores a forgotten fairytale remedy that leads her to unexpected discoveries. To Catch A Dream is The NEST Collective's second fashion film project in collaboration with Chico Leco. Starring Ajuma Nasenyana.


OFFICIAL SELECTION: Berlin Fashion Film Festival 2015. WINNER: Best Original Music, Berlin Fashion Film Festival. Get the soundtrack at

The Forever Tree

The Forever Treea black historical fantasy film, stars Wendell Pierce and Olivia Washington. It made its debut at the third Bentonville Film Festival, which aims to headline creative works by women and filmmakers of color.

Set during the Harlem Renaissance, The Forever Tree tells the mysterious, magical story of Tawny Bennett, an antiquarian's apprentice. The film is just 18 minutes long, but co-writer and producer Chrishaunda Lee Perez says she hopes someday they'll find the resources to tell a longer version of the story. Her star actress agrees. "It's like an adventure really is beginning," says Washington. "So I love the idea of seeing where it goes."


ISOLA from Neels Castillon on Vimeo.

* For a better experience play this film in 4K and use headphones.
' Every time I go back to Sardinia to visit my family, I see this abandoned building in front of the sea. I felt it was the perfect place for Léo Walk and his choreographic imagination to perform, surrounded by the ruins, the surreal light of the costa verde and the intense voice of Mercedes Sosa. It creates this subtle feeling between vitality and melancholy that I wanted to express in this film. Sit back and enjoy! '
FR ☞


Behind The Scenes ☞
Shot in Todd AO anamorphics + Red Helium 8K.
Sardinia, September, 2017.
Dancer: Léo Walk
Director: Neels Castillon
Cinematographer: Eric Blanckaert
1st AC: Kevin Rosé
1st AD: Sébastien Rouquet
BTS Video: Thibaut Koralewski
Location Manager: Alessandro Usai
Production Company:
Executive Producer: Ariane Cornic
Producer: Marie-Gabrielle Glock
Production Coordinator: Sandrine Laveau
Post-production: Mikros Image
Colourist: Sébastien Mingam
VFX: Anthony Lassus
Operations manager: Nicolas Daniel
Sound Production: Benzene
Sound Design: Loic Cavenet
Sound mix: Hugo Escuriol
Camera & Lenses: RVZ
SPECIAL THANKS to Angèle Van Laeken, Lucie Delaye, Thomas Pallas, Samuel Renollet, Frédéric Lombardo, Cédric Dauch, J.M Weston, Franca Usai, B&B La Magnolia, Jean-Lin Roig, Adrien Kamir, Maja Unrug, Alberto Porcedda.
"Alfonsina Y El Mar"
Performed by Mercedes Sosa
(P) 1988 PolyGram Discos S.A
Courtesy of Universal Music Publishing Films & TV
Lyrics & Music by Ariel Ramirez and Falucho Luna
© Editorial Lagos
Courtesy of Warner Chappell Music France

Baz does Advertising

From i-D Magazine:

Erdem x H&M have just released the Baz Luhrman-directed short film The Secret Life of Flowers for their collaboration campaign, and as you'd expect from three blockbuster names, it's a grandiose flowerbomb of epic proportions.

There's glamourous boys and girls, an enigmatic matriarch figure, a mansion, unrequited love and a spring that never ends. It's essentially a modern day Great Gatsby, which isn't really surprising given that Baz directed that film too.

Creative Agency/Production Company: Bazmark Inq LLC
Director/Key Creative: Baz Luhrmann
Producers: Baz Luhrmann, Catherine Martin, Catherine Knapman
Designer: Catherine Martin
Editor: Jonathan Redmond
VFX Art Director: Chris Tangney


Director of Photography: Peter Suschitzky


UK Co-production Company: Biscuit Filmworks UK Limited
Post Production & VFX: Absolute Post
Sound Editing & Mix: Postworks New York


Music Arrangement: Turning Studios
Music Supervision: Earworm Music
Music Soundtrack: YEARS & YEARS
Composers: Michael Thomas Goldsworthy, Oliver Alexander Thornton, Resul Emre Turkmen, Mark Stuart Ralph
Title of music: HYPNOTISED
Music Published by: Universal Music Publishing AB, Sony/ATV Music Publishing Scandinavia KB
Music Master recording: Universal Music Operations Limited


Actors: Ruby Dagnall, Dame Harriet Walter, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Tom Rhys Harris, Peter Burrows

Models: Saskia de Brauw, Imaan Hammam, Grace Hartzel, Fernando Cabral, Luca Lemaire, Neels Visser, Tony Ward


Alike short film from Pepe School Land on Vimeo.

"Alike" is an animated short film directed by Daniel Martínez Lara & Rafa Cano Méndez

In a busy life,Copi is a father who tries to teach the right way to his son,Paste. But... what is the correct path?
En una vida ajetreada, Copi es un padre que intenta enseñar el camino correcto a su hijo Paste. Pero... ¿Qué es lo correcto?


Directed by: Daniel Martínez Lara & Rafa Cano Méndez
Produced by: Daniel Martínez Lara & Nicolás Matji
Music by: Oscar Araujo
Production Manager: Eva Márquez Matías
Sound by: Aleix Vila

Preproduction Team:
Daniel Martínez Lara
Rafa Cano Méndez
Abel Tébar
Albert Papaseit
Esteban Errando
Pedro Florido
Miguel Ángel Bellot
Jose Molina
Claudio Espinar

Production Team:
Daniel Martínez Lara
Rafa Cano Méndez
Eva Márquez Matías
Albert Papaseit
Esteban Errando
Abel Tébar
Jose Molina
Alan Carabantes
Nacho Garranzo
Álvaro Villegas
Victor Remolina
Luis Arizaga
Pedro Florido

Carlos del Olmo
Pau Martínez

More information about "Alike" in

Black Out 2022

In 2022, an EMP detonation has caused a global blackout that has massive, destructive implications all over the world. Directed by Cowboy Bebop and Samurai Champloo's Shinichiro Watanabe, Blade Runner Black Out 2022 is a new and highly-anticipated animated short which serves as a prologue for the upcoming feature film Blade Runner 2049.

An Isle Full Of Noises

An Isle Full Of Noises is a modern reimagining of Caliban's "Be not afeard" speech from The Tempest, shot with a hand-built drone lighting system designed to paint the nighttime landscape with light.

David Oyelowo (Selma, A United Kingdom) is an award-winning stage and screen actor and narrates Caliban’s speech for the film.

Jamie Whitby is a commercial filmmaker based in London whose work earned in the Best Cinematography prize at the Film London Awards.

The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti

The Real Animated Adventures of Doc and Mharti from Justin Roiland on Vimeo.

I actually made this as a way to poke fun at the idea of getting cease and desist letters. At the time (October 2006) I had nothing to lose and my original intention was to call this "back to the future: the new official universal studios cartoon featuring the new Doc Brown and Marty McFly" and then I'd just sit back and wait for a letter from their lawyers to arrive. That's actually why it's so filthy. I was just looking to "troll" a big studio.
Then, as I began editing the radio play and boarding it, the two characters ended up becoming something different than just a bad impression of Doc and Marty from BTTF. They slowly became two of my favorite characters that I've ever voiced. I backed down on the cease and desist bait and changed the spelling of their names and whatever else I could still change. I mean, it's still ultimately a back to the future joke/ (parody?), but to me all these years later, these two characters have become something of their own. You'll see as you go through this website that these voices pop up in several of my failed pilots.

Their Names - Burning Star

Their Names - Burning Star from Romain Laurent on Vimeo.

A man's space odyssey through his lust.

Directed by Romain Laurent
Produced by Solab
With Ana Rotili & Robin Clive
Director of Photography Josh McKie
Producer Nicolas Tiry
Line producer Gregoire Ohnet
Production coordinator Arthur Paratte
Production administrator Lucie Santamans
Production assistants Charlotte Cusanito & Emmanuelle Benayoun
Assistant location managers: Edouard Azoulay, Dayand David Oualid & Luc Finalteri

1st AD Emmanuel Marx
1st AC Julie Simidoff
2nd AC Diane Plas
3rd AC Tommy Boulet
DIT Jeremie Yarzabal

Gaffer Sydney Baucheron
Electricians Matthieu Jamme & Jeremie Robin
Key grip Jeremie Leloup
Grips Thomas Bigot & Morgan Lesne

Stunt Coordinators Kevin Cauderlier & Alexandre Cauderlier

Set Designer Henrique Vale
Assistant set designers Thomas Desloges & Karamezzine Lahlou
Constructor François Tossan

Hair and make up Alexandra Petry
Hair and make up assistant Julie Meno-Salmeggi

2D Post production Nightshift
Producer Mathieu Hue
Post producers Clémence Cornac, Stéphanie Dubois, Gabriel Gerlidou, Nicolas Lim & Josselin Dor
Superviseur and Lead Compositing Mael Gaumont
Compositing Diego Giunta

Colorist Mathieu Caplanne

3D Post production Brunch
Set supervisor Laurent Larapidie & Gabriel Kerlidou
Modeling, Shading & Compositong Valentin Samuel, Franck Pitarch & Jean-Charles Kerminon
3D Post producer Julie Bellemarre

Editing by Mark Potter & Emilie Aubry
Editing assistant George Irizarry
Editing producer Anne Lai / Cosmo Street NYC

Sound production Benzene Studio
Sound producer Benjamin Desplanques

Massive thanks to:
Mathieu Hue @Nightshift
Antoine Daubert
Max Zippel
Evelyne Madaoui, Philippe Guillemain & Samuel Renollet @RVZ
Sylvain Bouladou @Cinesyl
Little Grand Studio