Multi award-winning London-based director and writer Lewis Rose has joined Park Village for commercials, content and music videos.
Simon Cahn joins roster at Pulse Films
Award-winning French director Simon Cahn has just joined the directing roster at Pulse Films.
Director of the award-winning short film Mourir Auprès de Toi, co-directed with Spike Jonze for the brand Olympia Le-Tan, Simon has also directed the music videos for Hanni El Khatib's Pay No Mind (above) and Penny, and Team Ghost's Dead Film Star.
Simon made his first short film Prince Tribe when he was just 19, then spent some time in New York working for actress Milla Jovovich. Returning to Paris, he working on several projects for international brands such as Nike, Hermès, Louis Vuitton and Supreme with Terry Richardson and Lady Gaga.
He is also Art Director for the French Magazine Jalouse and recently directed 'Une fille comme les Autres Part 2' for Jalouse & Diesel with international model Ashley Smith which was selected at ASVOFF festival (at Centre Pompidou, Paris) and shortlisted at the Young Directors Awards (Cannes 2013).
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