Cat Velez - 11th Apr 2016

Directors Junta and Adrian Moyse have joined forces to create this trip into dark, microscopic worlds for Son Lux's Breathe Out.

Marked by particularly poignant sequences of a baby that has yet to be born - somewhat reminiscent of 2001: A Space Odyssey's Starchild symbol - the video sees cells divide and massive chromosomes parade past. Liquids morph to the vibrations of the music, and eventually, the child's soft, fragile skin turns earthy and coarse, before cracking under pressure from within... 

ADRIAN MOYSE & JUNTA:

"The music of Son Lux inspired us to create a film about the life cycle; the baby is at once organic and mineral in a universe where the borders between infinitely big and infinitely small disappear.

"To do this we brought together a team of brilliant artists such as Fabricio Lima (CGI), Flore Mounier (digital photography and graphic design) plus many others in order to push the limits of the imagination."

Credits

GafferSerge Bastien, Pierre Corvasier, Josselin Delas
DirectorJunta
Production CompanyJunta Films
Executive ProducerNicolas Lexa
Production ManagerGregory Dauman
Director of PhotographyPierre Edelmann
Focus PullerLancelot Jamois
DirectorAdrian Moyse
EditorHugo Lemant, Antonio Lizzio
ColouristNicolas Guibert
Grading companyMikros
Post production companyMikros
Post ProducerJulien Vallet
VFXCharlotte Brisbarre
Production AssistantElsa Manunta
Other creditsProduction Assistant: Elsa Manunta & Arnaud Simon Director Of The Photography 2nd Team: Clément Menu Focus Puller 2nd Team: Hugo Laffite Phantom Operator: Barthelemy Despax Grip: Jeff Dubut, Alexis Lavergne SFX: Benoit Talenton, David Ferreira Model Maker: Harold Levy Post-production Assistant: Antoine Bernardeau CGI Artist: Fabricio Lima Flame: Flore Mounier FX: Benjamin Lenfant Lighting Compo: Matthias Barday After Effect: Jean-Yves Parent

Cat Velez - 11th Apr 2016

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