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

Executive Producer

lars@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.

Effervescing Elephant

Yoann Hervo

Effervescing Elephant from the album "Barrett" by Syd Barrett, released in November 1970.
 

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Direction / Animation: Yoann Hervo
Compositing: Hugo Moreno
Additional Animation: Lucie Arnissolle, Remy Clarke, Hanne Galvez, Nathan Harbonn, Mathilde Loubes
Sound design: Fabien Carouge
Co-production: Eddy

Director's edit of the global Paysan Breton campaign on a music by Alexandre Desplat.

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Production Company: Eddy
Agency: Mullenlowe Paris
Producer: Nicolas de Rosanbo
Production Director: Gilles Pinaudeau
Director of Photography: Alexandra de Saint Blanquat

Creative Director: Patrick Jumeau
Writter: Philippe Lopez 
Agency Producer: Vanessa Jalbert, Catherine Detappe
Post-Production: Brunch studios
Post-Producer: Fabien Cellier

Imaginary Friend Society - Feeling Sad

Uri Lotan

Hornet, Eddy and Uri Lotan were tapped by RPA to participate in their film series for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. Cancer is scary and overwhelming in itself, but to be diagnosed as a child can be even more terrifying, as well as incredibly confusing. By creating a group of characters called the Imaginary Friend Society, RPA embraced the task and conceived these films to help teach kids about the process of cancer treatment in a compassionate and yet realistic manner.

There is an emotional clarity to Uri’s work and a true intentional craft to his characters' actions. The piece chosen for Uri was Feeling Sad. And what is sadness? It is such a broad topic, yet RPA and Uri did a fantastic job writing the script and developing the direction. We were drawn to this film as it had a depth and an intelligence to its approach to sadness. These are kids that we are speaking to, and yet we do not want to speak down to them, thus the tone of the film had to feel real and honest.

For Hornet, this work was deeply personal. As with most people nowadays, many of our team have been touched by cancer, so there was not a hesitation to dive right in and be a part of it. And being a pro bono film, it was a true investment of our time, Uri's time and the entire studio's time. It was an honorable task to create a film that can help these children navigate the immensity of emotions, and still present it in a tone that is approachable and graspable.

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Production Co: Hornet 
Director: Uri Lotan 
Writers: Uri Lotan & Kristin Labriola 
Executive Producer: Hana Shimizu
Head of Production: Sang-Jin Bae
Development Producer: Kristin Labriola 
Producer: Cathy Kwan
Editor: Stephanie Andreou
Designers: Oren Haskins, Michelle Kwon
Storyboard Artist: Uri Lotan, Yoav Shtibelman

Eddy (Environment Visual Development)
Executive Producer: Lars Wagner
Line Producer: Julie Bellemare
CG Lead: Jean-Charles Kerninon
Designer: Lucas Durkheim
Pre-Viz/Modeling/Rendering/Compositing: Mathieu Maurel

CG Lead / Look Dev / Lighting & Rendering / Compositor: Richard Kim 
Character TD: Michael Altman
CG Character Supervision: Javier Leon
Character Modeling/Texturing/Shading: Marta Pombo, Esau Perez, Javier Clavain
Pre-Viz: Andrew Boccio, Anthony Travieso, Gabe Askew
Animators: Andrew Boccio, Anthony Travieso, Dylan Reid, Jonathan Muller, Keith Osborn 
Look Dev, Lighting & Rendering/Compositor: Christine Kim
VFX: Gabe Askew
Look Dev Apprentice: Thao Dan Nguyen Phan 

AUDIO
Music & Sound Design: Ambrose Yu
VO Record: Lime Studios
VO Talent: Grahame Wood, Beau Stephenson, Diego Alexander

AGENCY: RPA
Jason Sperling – SVP / Chief, Creative Development
Fabiano De Queiroz – Creative Director / Art
Mike Van Linda – Creative Director / Copy
Kirk Williams – Associate Creative Director / Art
David Fredette – Associate Creative Director / Copy
Ricardo Gurgel – Senior Art Director
Juarez Rodrigues – Senior Art Director
Darien Campbell – Copywriter
Brent Singer – Creative Director / Art
Chris Bradford – Associate Creative Director / Copy
Joshua Hepburn - Copywriter
Gary Paticoff – SVP / Chief Production Officer
Ryan Radley - Producer
Maria Del’Homme – VP / Director of Business Affairs
KK Davis – Associate Director, Business Affairs
Jane LoSasso – Account Director
Jane Han – Account Executive

Nespresso - Mobile

Parallel

The prestigious digital agency SoleilNoir requested for Parallel's talent to illustrate the new Nespresso's mobile application. Now you can order your coffee from all around the world just by clicking on your phone! Quentin Baillieux, from Parallel, shows us a polished up and "premium" universe with this singular art direction.
Each set element has been worked with an extreme precision and the characters are both uncluttered and elegant.

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Directors: Parallel
Agency: Soleil Noir
Artistic direction: Quentin Baillieux
Animation: Florent Remize
Compositing: Philippe Valette, Laurent Ulvoas

MDP - Jean-Paul Gaultier - Marseille

Hugo Ramirez

This animation is one of the two films made for La monnaie de Paris. We crafted both films in traditional animation from a visual style developed by Leila Courtillon. We conceived them as long takes that combined impressive camera movements (animated in 2D) and a very rough style, which created a sensation of perpetual movement, speed, and lightness. Director Hugo Ramirez selected iconic monuments of La Monnaie de Paris's cities, which enabled us to design astonishing and spectacular transitions composed of morphs and wipes. The animation was led by the talented Olivier Lescot who interpreted designs with a wonderful sense of fluidity.

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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

Belgian National Lottery

Parabella - Hornet

Get yourself in a Christmassy mood with Parabella's breathtaking spot for the Belgian National Lottery.

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Agency: Mortierbrigade
Creatives: Kwint de Meyer & Willem de Wachter.
Directors: Parabella
Producer: Kev Harwood
Junior Producer: Alli Albion
Directors of Photography: Parabella
Lighting Cameraman: Max Halstead
DIT: Dave O'Neill
Animation: Andy Biddle
Rigger: Craig Atkinson
Production Design: Parabella
Art Dept: Gordon Allen, Sonya Yu, Harris Allen
Modelmaking: Lizzie Dalton
Post-Production Supervisor: Felip Docolomansky
Post Production: Blinkink Studio
Colourist: Joseph Bicknell at CHEAT
Making Of: Sam Davis

Art Department - Walls

Hugo Moreno, Sixth Sense

Art Department - Walls, official music video.

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Clip directed by Grandson & Son, Hugo Moreno and Jonny White
Art Direction: Hugo Moreno
Character design: Hanne Galvez
Animations: Hanne Galvez and Bernard Som
Studio: Chez Eddy
Production: The Field
Label: No.19

The Forest - Cut Down

Emmanuelle & Julien

This year we are transported to the Tufties homeland as it is threatened by a pair of gruff woodsmen and their novice companion!

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Directors: Emmanuelle & Julien
Production Company: Hornet
Client: :Fairview Mall

Amazon Prime Day

Peter Sluszka - Hornet

Leo Burnett and Amazon approached Hornet and director Peter Sluszka to lend his creativity to their vision for Prime Day. July 12th marks Amazon’s 2nd Annual Prime Day, a global, mid-year shopping holiday for its Prime customers to receive online deals. The truly integrated campaign combines broadcast and print advertising along with digital, social media and a site takeover.

Drawing inspiration from the delivery method of Amazon, Peter and his team of artists handcrafted a city made of Amazon’s well-known cardboard boxes. Utilizing in-camera, stop-motion techniques, the spot explores a whimsical yet contemporary metropolis with cardboard as its brick and mortar. The paper craft visuals extend to the cars, landmarks and even the people, all connected by the Amazon pins showing the range of the brand’s services and deals. The end result is a perfect blend of story-telling and artistry, proving that sometimes it's okay to think inside the box.

Talk Talk

Kristenn

A heart-warming polar bear seeks warmth from glowing television screens in this spot for Talk Talk TV directed by Kristenn.

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