Jean-François Bourrel

Founder & Executive Producer

jeff@eddy.tv

Nicolas De Rosanbo

Founder & Executive Producer

nicolas@eddy.tv

Corry Van Rhijn

Executive Producer

corry@eddy.tv

Alexandra Roussel

Executive Producer

alexandra@eddy.tv

Céline Vanlint

Creative Development
Film Production Coordinator

celine@eddy.tv

Lars Wagner

Animation EP

lars@eddy.tv

Emilie Walmsley

Animation EP

emilie@eddy.tv

About us

Eddy is a production company founded by Jean-François Bourrel and Nicolas de Rosanbo. Built upon the former "Chez Eddy" studio and its 13 years experience in design and production, the house develops projects of emerging artists spotted for their strong and unique visual identities. We guide our roster of talents in the writing process of short films and music videos, giving them opportunities to bring their distinctive touch to advertising campaigns. We believe that this approach allows us to produce audacious, accurate and director-driven projects.

Gorillaz - Tranz

Jamie Hewlett, Nicos Livesey

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Director: Jamie Hewlett
Co-director: Nicos Livesey
Executive Producer: Bart Yates
Producer: Georgina Fillmore
Gorillaz are managed by Eleven Management.

Production Company: Blinkink
Production Company: Eddy
Executive Producers - Eddy: Emilie Walmsley, Lars Wagner Production
Coordinator: Maria Kolandawel
Production Manager - Eddy: Stella Ramsden
Line Producer: Fabien Cellier
Production Assistants: Lina Houari, Agathe Derosier

Director of Photography: Max Halstead 1st Camera Assistant: Toby Goodyear Editor: Paul Moth

Animation by: Brunch
Lead Animator: Romain Barriaux
Storyboard and Layout: Julien Perron
Animation: Romain Barriaux, Julien Perron, Leo Schweitzer, Martin Richard, Paul Nivet, Magali Garnier, Léonard Bismuth, Simon Duong van Huyen, Mathilde Loubes, Victor Chagniot (work experience)
Animation Clean-up: Mathilde Loubes, Antoine Carré
Colour and Shadow animation: Meton Joffily d'Alençar, Rohit Kelkar, Antoine Carré, Constance Bertoux
Compositing: Vincent Ewald
Compositing assistant: Ekin Koca
3D Animators: Erik Ferguson, Oliver Latta, Marco Mori

A couple of young parents, freshly installed in the neighbourhood, tries to brighten up the christmas of a listless French village...

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Client: Loto (FDJ)
Client crew: Cédric Breton, Cécile Lagé, Olivier Pribile, Marina Jault, Matthieu Schebatt, Anne Pasquesoone

Agency: BETC
Head of Artistic Direction: Stéphane Xiberras
Executive Artistic Director: Olivier Apers
Head of Strategy: Guillaume Martin
Agency Producer: Gwendoline Burel
Creative Director: Olivier Apers
Artistic director : David Derouet
Copywriter : Adrian Skenderovic 
Account Director: Marielle Durandet, Simon Treille, Quentin Derviso, Salome Lhote 
Assistant Artistic Director: Alice Resseguier
Trafic: Stéphanie Renoir-Mousli

Directors: Emmanuelle & Julien

Production: Eddy
Executive Producer: Jean-François Bourrel
Animation: Brunch Studio
Line Producer: Fabien Cellier
Producer: Mélanie Parisi
3D-VFX Supervisor: Jean-Charles Kerninon
Character Designer: Manddy Wickens
Music: GUM

Breakbot - Another You

Olivier Lescot

Breakbot and Ruckazoid merge, creating Breakazoid, a cosmic pimp, who distributes his love to humans by taking them across the galaxy on the planet love. 

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Directed and designed by : Olivier Lescot
Art Director: Leïla Courtillon
Produced by: Eddy / Brunch Studio
Label : Ed Banger /  Because
Lead Compositing: Mathieu Bétard
 
Lead Animation: Olivier Lescot
Animation: Vic Chhun, Léo Schweitzer, Leyla Kaddoura, Martin Richard, Mathilde Loubes
Additional Animation and FX: Antoine Carré (stage), Constance Bertoux (stage), Basile Cortale (stage), Claire Launay (stage), Keith Rowsell
Animation Clean: Keith Rowsell, Antoine Carré, Basile Cortale, Claire Launay, Hadrien Bonnet
Colorist: Caroline Laine, Michelle Chan, Antoine Carré, Constance Bertoux, Basile Cortale, Claire Launay
 
Compositing: Maxime Bousquet
Compositing (camera): Olivier Kimyon
Additional Design: Morgan le Henry, Maxime Dupuy, Antoine Carré
3D Layout: Maxime Granger, Jean Charles Kerninon
 
Grading: Gabriel Porier
Conform: Maël Gaumont
Post Producers: Rodrigo Pomarico, Elodie Doritch
 
Animation: Brunch Studio
Post Production: Nightshift

MDP - Jean-Paul Gaultier - Paris

Hugo Ramirez

The collaboration between La Monnaie de Paris and Jean-Paul Gaultier had started with the creation of 12 coins inspired by the city of Marseille. It goes on with a new collection, this time dedicated to the city of Paris. The promotional films for these collections around France are signed by Hugo Ramirez and Eddy.

For this project, the director’s main inspiration was the movie Soy Cuba, which became iconic for it’s long and bold sequence-shots.

Through flight-over effects, we follow the chase of Jean-Paul Gaultier’s iconic ‘Man’ and ‘Woman’, from indoor to outdoor decors and from one historical landmark to the other. Olivier Lescot, animation supervisor at Brunch Studio, succeeds in using 2D animation techniques to give a sense of complete freedom while dealing with a complex subject.

The graphic universe has once again been created by the illustrator Leïla Courtillon, with the input of Jean-Paul Gaultier for the details in clothing and particularly the woman’s corset. The pop-style soundtrack was composed by musician Spock. This campaign is conceived by the agency La Chose.

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Produced by Eddy
Directed by Hugo Ramirez
Designed by Leïla Courtillon
Animated at Brunch Studio
Animation Supervised by Olivier Lescot

Client: Monnaie de Paris
Agency: La chose

J'ai fait la Fnac: Nekfeu

Hugo Ramirez

Eddy collaborated with the Marcel agency to create the “J’ai fait la Fnac” campaign that focuses on notable celebrities who found inspiration at the French retail chain that specialises in cultural and electronic products. In-house director, Hugo Ramirez, took the helm for all three films applying his unique vision to create lively and varied aesthetics with Brunch Studio bringing the trilogy to life with advanced and refined animation techniques.

Hugo Ramirez developed a rich neon world for the film that celebrates French rapper Nekfeu’s discovery of literature. Ramirez filmed and assembled footage through a series of shoots that were then developed for a team of artists to rotoscope each frame by hand in watercolour. The final result is a striking spectacle of colour that marries a distinctive street style with literature from War & Peace to White Fang.

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Client: Fnac
Agency: Marcel
Director General: Olivier Sebag
Account Manager: Jeanne Neuschwander
Senior Project Manager: Rémy Guizerix
Business Affair: Till Buisson
Prodigious sound: Clemens Hourrière
TV Producer: Elodie Jonquille
Directors: Hugo Ramirez
Production Company: Eddy.tv
Executive Producer: Jean-François Bourrel
Production Assistant: Céline Da Cunha-Vanlint
Animation Studio: Brunch Studio
Post-Producer: Vincent Leroy
Post-Producer: Julie Bellemare

Illustrations : Hugo Ramirez
Editor: Juliette Delestaing
Storyboard: Hugo Ramirez, Alexandre Edeline, Corentin Penloup
2D Animation: Martin Richard
Watercolour Animators: Johanna Huck, Luc Journot, Luca Valente
Lead compositing: David Sapyyapy
3D Modeling: Nicolas Rivoire
Musical Supervision: Etienne Perovitch [Twin Fizz Agency]
Compositors: Ugly Mac Beer, Fabien Girard, Vitch
Voice Recording: Clemens Hourrière
Featuring Nekfeu as himself

Zombie Zombie - Heavy Meditation

At & At

Inspired from the works of painter Taro Okamoto, as well as 1970 World Exhibition, this clip was created starting from handmade draws, which have been modelized, textured and computer-animated.

With the support of the CNC - "Aide avant réalisation"

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Directed by: At and At
Produced by: Eddy
Co-produced by: Versatile Records
Animation Studio: Brunch
 
Music by: Zombie Zombie
 
2D Illustrations: Apollo Thomas
2D Animation: Meton Joffily de Alencar, Michelle Chan
3D Animation: Clémence Bugnicourt, Antoine Trapp
3D Modeling: Clémence Bugnicourt, Antoine Trapp
3D Rig: Clémence Bugnicourt

J'ai fait la Fnac: Christophe Blain

Christophe Blain

Eddy collaborated with the Marcel agency to create the “J’ai fait la Fnac” campaign that focuses on notable celebrities who found inspiration at the French retail chain that specialises in cultural and electronic products. In-house director, Hugo Ramirez applied his unique vision to create lively and varied aesthetics with Brunch Studio bringing the trilogy to life with advanced and refined animation techniques.
Hugo Ramirez teamed up to with renowned cartoonist and comic author, Christophe Blain, to co-direct with him in creating a wild universe bursting with imagination. Featuring his distinctive pencil strokes and wacky characters, Blain’s film is immersed in the colourful treatment that can be seen in his most celebrated works such as Gus & His Gang.

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Client: Fnac
Agency: Marcel
Director General: Olivier Sebag
Account Manager: Jeanne Neuschwander
Senior Project Manager: Rémy Guizerix
Business Affair: Till Buisson
Prodigious sound: Clemens Hourrière
TV Producer: Elodie Jonquille
Directors: Christophe Blain
Production Company: Eddy
Executive Producer: Jean-François Bourrel
Production Assistant: Céline Da Cunha-Vanlint

Animation Studio: Brunch Studio
Post-Producer: Vincent Leroy
Post-Producer: Julie Bellemare
Illustrations: Christophe Blain
Supervisor: Michaël Bataille
Storyboard: Corentin Penloup
Colorboard: Quentin Baillieux, Corentin Penloup
2D Animation: Michaël Bataille et Olivier Lescot
Animation et Colorisation Intern: Amélie Maurice
2D Colorisation: Anne-Lou Erambert, Noé Lecombre, Françoise Losito
Compositing: Hugo Moreno
Musical Supervision: Etienne Perovitch [Twin Fizz Agency]
Compositor: Fabien Girard
Voice Recording: Clemens Hourrière
Featuring Christophe Blain as himself

San Pellegrino

Quentin Baillieux

Along with Ogilvy New York & Hornet Inc, Parallel directed and designed the San Pellegrino's latest spot.

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Client: San Pellegrino
Agency: Ogilvy
Directors: Parallel
Characters & Set Design: Quentin Baillieux
Production Company: Hornet, Eddy & Brunch Studio

Hornet
Executive Producer: Michael Feder
Producer: Cathy Kwan, Desiree Stavracos

Eddy
Executive Producer: Nicolas De Rosanbo
Brunch Studio
Producers: Angélique Corli, Marion Bayard
Cg Supervisor: Jean-Charles Kerninon

Cabadzi Blier Polaroid

Maxime Bruneel

The band Cabadzi collaborated with film maker Bertrand Blier to create an album based on his renowned films. Director Maxime Bruneel crafted the clip Polaroid starting from the illustrations of Adams Carvalho. 

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Director: Maxime Bruneel
Illustration: Adams Carvalho
Production: Eddy
Producers: Mélanie Parisi, Charles-Philippe Bowles, Alice Binard
Producer Assistant: Camille Marquet
Editor: Manuel Coutant
Animation: Olivier Lescot, Claire Matz, Basil Malik, Diego Torres, Amélie Maurice, Venkatram Viswanathan, Robin Desnoue, Clara Danjoux
Compositing: Vincent Ewald

Festivals and Awards 2018:
Supertoon - International Animation Festival - Official Selection 

Find The One... Again

Tobias Fueter

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Client: Triumph
Client Reps: Suzanne McKenna, Hans Rafael Meier
Agency: Stories AG
Directed by Tobias Fueter
DP: Pascal Walder
Production companies : Stories AG
Executive Producer Stories: Yves Bollag
Producer Stories: Pica Cubello
Cg Production Company: Eddy
Cg Executive Producer: Nicolas De Rosanbo
Cg Animation Studio: Brunch
Producer: Pierrot Jacquet
Production Coordinator: Vincent Leroy

Cg Supervisor / Lighting-Compositing Supervisor: Jean-Charles Kerninon
Previz, Layout And Set-Dressing Superviso: Jérôme Calvet
Animation Supervisor: Barthélémy Boirot
Cloth Supervisor: Maxime Granger
Rigging Supervisor – Autorig Creation: Maxime Cozic
Character Modeling Supervisor: David Arnould
Pipeline R&D Supervisor: Alexis Prayez
Character Modeling: David Arnould, Ugo Froment, Fabien Dufour
Character Surfacing: Fabien Dufour, Ugo Froment, Clément Lauricella
Set Modeling / Surfacing: Audrey Respaud, Rémi Julien
Props Modeling / Surfacing: Anaële Vermot, Audrey Respaud, Valentin Samuel, Ugo Froment
Matt Painting: Omar Camara
Rigging: Maxime Cozic, Maxime Granger, Lucile Vampouille

Previz: Jérôme Calvet, Audrey Lainé, William Hoareau
Layout & Set Dressing: Jérôme Calvet, Rémi Julien
Animation: Barthélémy Boirot, Guillaume Lurati, Axel Digoix, Audrey Lainé, William Hoareau
Cloth Simulation: Maxime Granger, Maxime Cozic, Rémi Julien, Lucile Vampouille
Lighting / Rendering / Compositing: Jean-Charles Kerninon, Rémi Julien, Mathieu Maurel, Lucile Vampouille, Vincent Hochet, Landry De Oliveira
Fx Particles Artist: Vincent Ewald
Motion Design: Almir Nago, Luc Journot, Damien Martin
Studio Manager: Franck Duchene
IT: Gwenael Lorisson
Production Accountant: Moussa Traore

Novartis

Tobias Fueter

Director Tobias Fueter explains heart failures problems through the eyes of a child in a commercial animated by Brunch Studio.

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Client: Novartis
Director: Tobias Fueter
Agency: BETC
Production: Hello Stranger
CGI Animation: Brunch Studio

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