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Naked and Roof: TF1 Pub Bumpers

Paris-based Naked tapped NYC-based Roof to co-create 45 eight-second bumpers for TF1. Each one is a tiny world packed with clever details that hold up to repeat viewing.

Roof also recently relaunched their website. Roof was founded by designer/director Vinicius Costa, director Guto Terni and executive producer Crystal Campbell.

Credits

Client : NAKED © – TF1
Directors / Creative Directors : ROOF Studio and NAKED Compagnie
Executive Producer: NAKED Compagnie

ROOF Studio Production:
Executive Producer: Crystal Campbell
Creative Directors: Vinicius Costa and Guto Terni
Design: Vinicius Costa, Guto Terni, Fred Palacio, João Lavieri, Pedro Kobuti, Sunmin Inn
Modeling: Rayza Alvarez, Lincoln Horita, Thiago Batista, Lucas Ribeiro, Fabio Paiva, Vinicius Valente, Ramon Lima, Alex Liki, Pedro Kobuti
Rigging: Viviane Adade, Diego Marcel, Leandro Spaletta, Pedro Kobuti, Mike James, Felipe Machado
Animation: Felipe Machado, Jason Tadeu, Lucas Ribeiro, Drika Ooki, Fernando Herrera, Pedro Kobuti, Abner Cirelli, Aulo Licinio, Daniel Sian, Henrique Edmx, Gabriel Prezoto, Fernando Donizetti
Render and Texturing: Pedro Kobuti, Tiago Dias, Shane O’Hara, Daniel Sian, Sergio Dimi Rocha, Vinicius Costa, Guto Terni, Vinicius Valente, Josemar Queiroz , Ricardo Riamonde
Composite: Pedro Kobuti, Tiago Dias, Shane O’Hara, Daniel Sian, Sergio Dimi Rocha, Vinicius Costa, Guto Terni, Felipe Machado

Naked Compagnie Production:
Executive Producer: Philippe Fournerie
Senior 3D Artist : Corentin Seguin de Broin – Jonathan Roméo
Senior Art Director : Benoît Bayart
Junior Art director : Seydou Koné
Compositing ; Laura Saintecatherine / Pedro Carvalho Gomes
Music : StartRec

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Jeff Le Bars: Carn

Director/animator Jeff Le Bars has an impeccable eye for composition and color, as his Emile Cohl 2012 graduation film “Carn” proves.

But the real magic of “Carn” is its story — an aspect of filmmaking most young directors struggle with. Built on a simple, fable-like structure, “Carn” ticks along with satisfying, grim precision until its fateful conclusion. The pacing, like the layout, is spare and artful, brimming with tension achieved through subtraction, not addition.

The music and sound design from Spectral Approche beautifully underscore the film’s emotional power.

Hat tip to Ash Thorp.

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Outstanding piece by Tokyo-based Masanobu Hiraoka, one of the creatives from Je Regarde.

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