Andy's aerial filming drops us into a mysterious blurred world where two women seem to seek each other. The pop/rock new wave music by Mensch surrounds us as we progress in this poetic film.
Director: Andy Wijckelsma
Production Compagny: Eddy
Executive Producer: Corry Van Rhijn
Production Manager: Maud Folléa
DOP: Devin Karringten
Assistant Camera: Céline Croze
Steadicam Operator: Sacha Naceri
1st Director Assistant: Thomas Colban
Costumes & Stylist: Florence Fontaine
Post-Producer: Julie Rambaud
Editing: Andy Wijckelsma.
Grading: Gabriel Porier.
The Hunt Alone follows real Discovery Channel filmmakers on their journey to capture the perfect shot and share with the world the astonishing beauty and power of mother nature.
"Alone" by Edgar Allan Poe embodies the essence of these adventure filmmakers; a unique breed of people who thrive in their dangerous and often lonely passion.
Director: Lloyd Lee Choi
Executive Creative Director: Fang Shao Pai
Head of Production: Ooi Kar Kiet
Creative Director: Su Tong Tao
Account Director: Krad Dong Wenyun
Production Company: Variable
Production Company: Black+Cameron
Head of Production: Alex Friedman
Producer: Paige Demarco
Art Director: Caitlin Van Horn
Cinematographer: Oliver Millar
2nd Unit DP: Richard Kendall
Production Designer: Joe Sciacca
Post Production: Variable
Post Production: Black+Cameron
Editor: Matt Osborne
Editor: Lloyd Lee Choi
VFX/Flame: Alex Brodie
Original Score Composed by Edo Van Breemen
Additional Orchestration by Johannes Winkler
“Alone” Written by Edgar Allan Poe
Read by Tom O'Bedlam
Discovery Channel Filmmakers
Paul ‘Mungo’ Mungeam
"One is the Mirror of the other. An old woman returns to the place of her best memory and faces her young alter-ego magnified by 50 years of life."
Raphaëlle Tinland (Parallel), explains us how she sees the clip:
"I have been touched by the theme of old age for a long time and it asked me questions: what look does an old woman have on her youth? On her vanished beauty? Is it possible to die without any regrets? etc... So when I have been asked to illustrate the song "By the larches" by Erevan Tusk, which contains a nostalgic and yet a cheerful theme, I saw an opportunity to deal with subjects that I care about with sobriety.
I believe the greenhouse is a real metaphor of the film's stakes. Bubble in air and time, it protects the expatriated species. From the moment the old woman crosses the threshold, time stops and death is postponed."
Cinematography: Luis Arteaga