Fri, 03 Jul 2020 11:13:09 GMT
Henry Paris welcomes Paul Mignot, Dani Pearce, Salsa and Vedran Rupic for French representation.
Vedran Rupic set the new standard for the WTF genre. His films are rich with long stares at the camera, slav squats and pointy shoes. Fully embracing a special mix of anti-humor and retro looks, his work is begging to be turned into memes. Not only popular on the internet, his music videos for Salvatore Ganacci won him the 2019 UK Music Video Awards, swept the floor at the Berlin MVAs and picked up a Young Director Award on the way.
Diego and Guto make up the SALSA duo. Humanity is at the core of their work, felt in the unique texture of their films, where narration relies on hope, even with the most sensitive topics. Thanks to relentless attention to casting and image, the Brazilians craft touching messages that echo of our times.
In 2015, they won first prize at the YDAs and have since made films for Toyota, Citroën and Under Armour. Their work garnered accolades at the Clios, One Show, LIAs and the New York Festival to name a few.
Dani’s primary focus is on visually driven narrative with work at the intersection of film, photography and art. She spent much of her career working with some of the world’s most renowned directors on global campaigns for Apple, Facebook, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Google, Louis Vuitton, Nike and consulted on critically acclaimed Netflix series.
A sharp eye for detail, Paul has helmed global campaigns for BMW, Mercedes, Schweppes or Samsung. His work shows a meticulous visual universe and bold directorial moves. Paul uses his expertise for unique narration and brings a never-seen-before quality to the projects he handles with a will to link technical mastery and crafted narration to fleshed-out characters.view more - Hires, Wins & BusinessHenry, Fri, 03 Jul 2020 11:13:09 GMT