"BREAKING RULES", by BibiLou Spring/Summer 2015
Rules are necessary for the development of a society, if they did not exist we'd miss the pleasure of breaking them
Las normas son necesarias para el buen desarrollo de una sociedad, si no existieran nos perderíamos el placer de poder romperlas.
Writer/Producer/Director: Victor Claramunt San Millán
Production: 3tristesteasers / Ryu Media, S.L.
Producers: Eduardo Lis/ Rafa Lis/ Josep Carrion Gimeno
Line Producer: Lucía Martínez
Cast: Clara Hernani/ Elise Jade Burgess / Caroline Beehl
Extras: Claudia Garcia Sanchez / Noemi Vidal Martí /Belén Baixauli Gutierrez
Mercedes Ribeira Lavieja / Claudia Albiach Checa / Mabel García Duamo
Esther Martínez Tirado / Yaiza María Vibal Segrelles
Co-Written: Ingrid Gené
D.o.p: Guillem Oliver
Assistant Camera: Sonia Royo / Mariano Bascuñana
Fx: Javier Horrillo
Make up /Hair: Kuki Giménez
Stylism: Nuria Calaforra
Art Direction: Arancha Rodriguez / MJesús Tarazona Guerrero
Music/Sound designer: Carlos Vera Tamarit
Gaffer: Alber Romaguera
Grip: Andreu Marín Argente
Making of: Mariano Bascuñana / Estefanía Mora Hernández
Still PHotography: Natxo Martinez Hermoso
Marketing/Communication Bibilou : Arantxa Prieto / Nuria Calaforra
GRUPO LA CARTUJA, eventos y restauración.
Hotel Boutique MASIA DE LACY
EL FIL CATERING
Somehow we've come to believe that greatness is only for the chosen few, for the superstars. The truth is, greatness is for us all. This is not about lowering expectations; it's about raising them for every last one of us. Greatness is not in one special place, and it's not in one special person. Greatness is wherever somebody is trying to find it. Find your greatness.
Find Your Greatness at http://nike.com/makeitcount
Share your greatness at http://twitter.com/NikeUK
Created for Hunter Original SS15 collection www.hunterboots.com
Designed and Directed by Mat Maitland.
Animated by Andrew White.
Music by Fred Ball. Published by Sony / ATV Music Publishing.
D.O.P. - Martin Testar.
Produced by Tracy Bass for Big Active.
Stopmotion animated Video Produced by Ghost Robot in Williamsburg, New York.
Featuring the crazy illustrations from the L.A bands album cover art.
8 weeks of building props, capturing and compiling.
17 hard working model makers, paper cutters and movers.
Directed by Sally Tran
Produced by Ghost Robot. Executive Producers: Zach Mortensen, Mark De Pace
Produced by Drew Resser
Graphics by Rosalie Garlow.
Compositor by Brett Harding.
20syl - Back & Forth from Motifs II EP (2015)
ITunes : http://smarturl.it/MotifsII
Spotify : http://smarturl.it/MotifsIISpotify
Directed by Porthé
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Director — HARRYS
Production Company — Ways & Means :: http://www.ways-means.co/
Executive Producer — Lana Kim
Executive Producer — Jett Steiger
Producer — Sonja Mereu
Director of Photography — Frank Mobilio
Steadicam — Jon Beattie
Gaffer — Lucas Pitassi
Key Grip — Zander Kroon
Production Manager — Ovidio Jimenez
Assistant Director — Ryan Lacen
Production Designer — Dominic Guidote
Production Designer — Jill Bencsits
Drone Operator - Matt Skuta
VFX - Kshitij Khanna at the Mill
Colorist - Mikey Rossiter at The Mill
Toro Y Moi's 'Lilly' from his new album 'What For?' – out now on Carpark Records
iTunes: http://smarturl.it/whatfor_itunes Carpark: http://bit.ly/1GqP0n2
Full ep available on iTunes: http://apple.co/1IXt04d
Directed by Inigo Westmeier and featuring the 36 000 students of Shaolin Tagou, the biggest fighting school for kids in China.
Directed by Inigo Westmeier
Edited by Walter Mauriot
Creative direction by Ben Surkin
Produced by Bromance Records.
Executive production by Romain Gavras and Iconoclast.
Adapted From “Dragon Girls” produced by Open Window Film & Gap Films.
Identity by David Rudnick
Full ep available here:
gener8ion.org // www.facebook.com/gener8ionofficial
Mia you can wiki me
I don't be no dummenee
Dumbing me is killing me
Like it can be that enemy
They come at me
They gonna meet my
people gonna cover me
The ones that govern me
Ain't the ones that can power me
It's the sun and moon
that's turning me
If I get high it's burning me
You can kill my privacy
But you can't kill that love in me.
It's a game can't me tamed
Keep your fame and I'll keep my faith
Oh yeah you can keep it
Store my name
say my name
Know my name
And I'll keep my faith
Oh yeah you can keep it
Light it up, turn em on, that’s when my powers gone, gonna keep it,
I take em off, turn em off, and my powers on.
“The Life and Death of an iPhone” is shot entirely on an iPhone, edited on the iPhone about what it’s like to be an iPhone. Seen entirely from the phone’s point-of-view beginning with its inception through its life… death… and ultimately its reincarnation. This is not a PSA.
Made with Cameo: Easily edit and share cinematic videos on your phone with the award-winning app for iOS. Download it for free to start creating: www.vimeo.com/cameo
Directed, Written and Edited by Paul Trillo
Additional Filming by Alex Mallis
Produced by Project Fathom
Produced by Tessa Travis
Associate Producer: Marina Fernandez Ferri
Associate Producer: Brian Streem
Production Assistant: Melanie Kelley
Alex Mallis as Lucas
Langan Kingsley as Langan
Factory Worker #1: Frances Pu
Factory Worker #2: Julie Chen
Male Friend #2: Javier
Female Friend #1: Emmy Harrington
Male Friend #1: Evan Jones
Boss: Landon Van Soest
Museum Security: Robert House
Craigslist Buyer: Charles Pang
iPhone Repairman: Brian Peralta
Taxi Driver: Flip
Chinese Businessman: Vincent Leong
Phone Thief: Nate Myers
Taxi Customer (not pictured): Brad Kula
Special Thanks: The Cameo Team, Vimeo, Jason Sondhi, Taylor Newby, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Landon Von Soest, Cubana Social, Black Bear Bar, Computer Answers, Josh Ruben