September 23, 2021 Just the word ‘ballet’ brings wonderful classic images to mind. To capture those images juxtaposed with the modern world for Birds of Paradise, director of photography Shaheen Seth relied on Cooke Optics S7/i Full Frame prime lenses for director Sarah Adina Smith, who not only adapted the A.K. Small novel for the ...
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@pierremegos ODYSSEY -Live Cinema- one actor integrated in a original movie.
Director- Writer : Pierre Megos
Stage Actors : Pierre Megos, Uiko Watanabe
With the participation on movie of Selma Alaoui, Geoffrey Boissy, Lucie Debay, Fabien Dehasseler, Alessandro de Pascale, Adrien Desbons, Emilie Flamant, Amandine Laval, Julia Le Faou, Estelle Marion, Florence Minder, Séverine Porzio, Judith Ribardière, Audrey Riesen, Achille Ridolfi, Nathalie Rozanes, Tristan Schotte, Eline Schumacher, Sophie Senecaut, Martine Wijckaert
Assistant : Alessandro de Pascale
Composition : Thomas Turine
Stage Lighting : Florence Richard
Stage Video : Tonin Bruneton
Director of Photography : PalomaSermon-Daï
Scale model Designer : Mathilde Roman
Film Lighting : Maxime Dambly
Sound recording : Marc Doutrepont
VFX Editors : Abdel El Asri, Pierre Megos, Zoilly Molnar
Costumes and make-up : Emilie Jonet, Ansofie d’elft
Scenography : Christine Grégoire
Production Stardust asbl, Coproduction Théâtre Varia, Théâtre de Liège, La Coop asbl et Shelter Prod With the support of Interreg V Euregio Meuse Rhin & Wallonia, taxshelter.be, INg, tax-shelter du gouvernement fédéral de Belgique, Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles / Service Théatre
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Rafael has been living in Asia for 10 years where he merged his own European artistic and sociocultural background with the Asian aesthetics and political issues, especially within South Korea.
His phography academic background heightened his sensibility towards the image, with special reference to the body within the space.
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The performance took place at the SEMA: Seoul Museum of Art. KYOUL means Winter in Korean, BOM is Spring, YOELEUM is Summer and GAEUL is Autumn.
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