An elderly, soft-spoken veteran recalls when she joined the Soviet Air Force’s first all-female bombing squad. She reminisces about her friend Katja, and how they made the best of their antique equipment, struggled with being ostracised from their male comrades, and earned the fearful German nickname 'Nachthexen'.
This video for James Vincent McMorrow’s ‘National’, revolves around a man and a car, which serves as a container for various moments that present the character’s insecurity and loneliness, but also love. The car is a claustrophobic room and a vast space—a shield against the world outside, and the perfect spot to listen to music in the rain. Everything about the song, from the stripped-back instrumentation to the raw vocal, is incredibly moving and personal. We wanted to compliment this with a similarly emotive video that tells a story of unrequited love, interiority, and the complicated feelings that surround painful but treasured memories.
"What is the first thing you think of when you wake up on a Monday morning?"
Are fears our friends or they just worsen people’s existence?
An old fella shows up from nowhere and shakes up the neighbourhood.
A little story about love & adventure.
“The Collector’s Gift” is a modern day fairytale about a young girl who discover the key to creating a new world.
Bande annonce réalisée à l'occasion de mon diplôme de 5ème année à Créapole ESDI.
Showcasing Indie Animators and their works.