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
Maxime Bruneel directs a 9-minute musical short film with a famous song by Serge Gainsbourg, Variations sur Marilou, interpreted in 2006 by Alain Bashung.
The lyrics are based on false repetitions. The same sentences regularly come back, slightly modified. Maxime Bruneel built his music video on the same scheme, with a certain number of extended shots to create variations. The unusual length of the song and its slow and repetitive rhythm claim a strong principle of mise-en-scene. Maxime chose to create 74 animated shots and transfered them to an editor as he would normally do for a live-action music video. The main constraint would have been do the whole project without any precise preview of the music video's cut, without any complete raw cut. The music video thus keeps a spontaneous side with unexpected and cyclic transitions in the repetitiveness.
The song rests between reality and fantasy. The music video explores this aspect by showing Marilou's gestures, parallel to the imaginary world of desire, all at once. It thus responds to the very daring worlds of Bashung and Gainsbourg. Maxime Bruneel's challenge was to achieve to show this image without it being shocking or bandied about. We are closer to Courbet's "Origine du monde" than today's pornographic films.
History reminder :
In 2006, Alain Bashung records his version of "L'Homme à la Tête de Chou", the mythical and totally uncharacteristic album recorded in 1976 by Serge Gainsbourg. In this version, recorded for the musical created and directed by choreographer Jean-Claude Gallotta in 2009, Bashung performs, as only he could do it, this 12-song poetic masterpiece, written by the grand Gainsbar. With his inimitable phrasing, his warm and sensual voice, Bashung imposes his silences, draws the contours of poetic and urban images, always surprisingly modern and exact, with this rock and classy elegance that qualifies him.
Director: Maxime Bruneel
Production Company: ChezEddy
Producer: Nicolas de Rosanbo
Line producer: Coline Six
Production manager: Anne-Lise Mallard
Animation: Antoine Ettori, Emmanuelle Walker, Matthieu Gaillard, Vincent Verniers, Gaëtan Louet
Editing: Manuel Coutan, Olivier Guedj
Thanks: ChezLouis, Arnaud Le Guilcher, Olivier Descroix
Eddy produced this music video for upcoming French indie group, Feu! Chatterton. "Fou à Lier" translates as "Raving Mad" but can mean so much more.
In this world, there are no facts, only interpretations.
Artist: Feu! Chatterton
Label: Universal Music
Directors: Nicolas Hu & Maïté GrandjouanProduction Studio: Eddy
Executive Producer: Nicolas de Rosanbo
Production Manager: Charles-Philippe Bowles
Illustrator: Maïté Grandjouan
Lead Animator: Nicolas Hu
Animator: Clémence Maret
Colours: Lora Hristova
Editor: Manuel Coutant
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"
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
A tribute to ancient Egypt’s beauty as much as a metaphor of its frailty, the film shows the symbols and achievements of a whole civilization being swept away by the wind.
Agency: DDB Paris
Creative director: Alexander KALCHEV
Art director: Mickaël JACQUEMIN
Copywriter: Benoît OULHEN
Agency referees: Marie-Elise ARCHAMBAUD, Karl CÔME-CORNEILLE
Client referees: Geoffroy SARDIN, Guillaume CARMONA, Clément PREVOSTO,Justine TOXÉ
Game council: Alban 404
Strategic planning: Sébastien GENTY, Dominique CASTELLANO
TV Producer: Quentin MOENNE-LOCCOZ
Producers: Lars WAGNER, Jean-Francois BOURREL
Studio: MPC N.Y
Director: Rob PETRIE
Sound production: The
Music supervisor: Alexandre RABIA
Composer: Max RICHTER
The charismatic LA-born musician Charles X teamed up with our very own in-house director, Quentin Baillieux (one half of the Parallelduo) for his eagerly anticipated new single entitled Can You Do It, this intricately crafted mixed 3D/2D animation music video produced by Eddy and animated at Brunch Studio.
Quentin beautifully merges the typically highbrow sport of horse racing with the commonly misrepresented “mean streets” of Pacoima, the proud birthplace of Charles X, to challenge any stereotypes or preconceptions of race and social class which may exist in modern day society.
Lyrics: Charles X
Director: Quentin Baillieux
Production : Eddy
Co-producers : Les Androids Associés
Festivals and Awards 2017:
Berlin Music Video Awards Nomination
Supertoon in Croatia - 1st Prize Best Music Video
Aniflm, Czech Republic - Official Selection
Anima, Brussels - Official Selection
A graceful short produced in stop motion where the lights and backgrounds reveal the beauty of the night.
The camera evolves frame by frame through a miniature world where video projections bring life to the backgrounds. Vegetal elements have been added by draw, frame by frame.
Light: Simon Filliot
Decors: Marie-Cerise Bruel; Sophie Pastorello; Victoria Tanto
Animation: Rosalie Loncin; Lucas Malbrun
Original Music: Pierre Oberkampf
Festivals and Awards: Prix Sciences Po pour l'art contemporain - Audience Award