Sam Hill - 15th Oct 2012

After their M83 videos, Fleur and Manu continue exploring the world of the superhuman and supernatural in a far more intimate fashion with this delightful promo for New Zealand's Connan Mockasin.

Fleur and Manu revisit the levitation found in the Midnight City and Reunion vids for M83, but here they happen during the course of a one-shot where the camera happens upon a astonishing ceremony in a forest, involving a group of intriguing characters.

Producer Jules de Chateleux reveals that it took two hours to shoot in three takes - followed by three months of post production to create the beautiful effects of human weightlessness...

"It's thanks to two geniuses," says Jules. "Vincent Heisne at Home, & Jf Fontaine at MachineMolle. They erased everything..."

http://www.youtube.com/watchv=NcSL-EWMkCo&noredirect=1

PRO Credits

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Director of PhotographyM
DirectorFleur & Manu
Line ProducerMounia Mebarki
1st ADMark Zarka
2nd ADMarie Mezeray
Casting directorEmma Skowronek
ProducerJules de Chateleux
GripYoan Petitcoulaud
StylistCarole Gehendges
Make-upNadine Bournazeau
Post ProducerHome Digital Pictures
Post ProducerMachine Molle

Sam Hill - 15th Oct 2012

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