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New film for Nespresso directed by maxime bruneel
Music: guillaume poyet/DOP: baptiste chesnay/Production: chez eddy /Agency: soleil noirDetails
This is the last film of Amnesty international « Abyss » directed by Maxime Bruneel for La chose Group in partnership with the team of the apnea world champion Guillaume Nery. The music is signed by Stephen Warbeck, academy award winner for Shakespeare In Love’s score. Do something now :www.marathondessignatures.orgDetails
Fubiz a le plaisir de vous présenter l’Issue 15 de son programme hebdomadaire Fubiz TV. Au sommaire cette semaine, nous avons sélectionné le meilleur de l’actualité créative et nous avons rencontré le réalisateur Maxime Bruneel.
Directed by Maxime Bruneel
Agency: Lowe Strateus
Production: Chez Eddy
Designs by Maxime Bruneel
« And then the birds » Directed by maxime Bruneel is the new music video for Recorder.
Starring Ninon Bretecher & Antoine DezelliDetails
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Maxime Bruneel is a French director and motion designer whose colourful and energetic work is beginning to be noticed.
Bruneel studied at both Penninghen University and the New York School of Arts, and his graduation film “Valse Statique – La theorie du combo” (“Static Waltz – the theory of the combination”), uses a combination of art direction, graphic design and typography to provide the audience with a new and quirky visual sensation.
Bruneel has been gathering attention since he directed the music video for “Your Love”, by Australian duet The Aston Shuffle. In the music video for “Mr Overtime”, by Punks Jump, Bruneel uses a series of bright images and typography to match the tone of the upbeat, techno music. The images, which are at times borderline abstract, provide a narrative to the music using vibrant block colours that evoke energy in the viewer.
However, using these same techniques, Bruneel creates an entirely different sensation within Alain Bashung’s “Variations sur Marilou” (“Variations on Marilou”), which is a far more peaceful song. Using detailed drawings and repeated motifs, Bruneel is able to produce a languid, fluid music video to accompany Bashung’s mellow voice, showcasing his diversity as a director.
Maxime Bruneel has accredited his rising success, in part, to his use of Vimeo.Details