David Knight - 19th Apr 2010

From sometime Michel Gondry-collaborator Lauri Faggioni comes this distinctly crafty reinterpretation of Ray and Charles Eames' legendary film Powers of Ten for MoF's soulful Dear God.

It goes from macro to micro, through layers created in-camera on a 4ft square set in New York, heading towards a guy lying in Panavision's parking lot in LA. And Lauri used real coral, and crocheted all those cells herself.

PRO Credits


DirectorLauri Faggioni
Production CompanyBlack Dog Films
ProducerKaren Lin
Director of PhotographyGiles Dunning

David Knight - 19th Apr 2010

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