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Hand : ” The terminal part of the human arm located below the forearm, used for grasping and holding and consisting of the wrist, palm, four fingers, and an opposable thumb “.
My purpose was to not cover the entire subject of hands. I think that the possibilities are way too wide. I was motsly interested on how hands inspire me.
This work could not have been possible without the help, the support and the participation of the following people.
Thanks to all of you for your patience, your time and your precious hands . Keep them Safe !
Lorenzo Naccarato, Marion Verhellen, Nicolas Gruber, Camille Martin, Jérôme Cynéfro, Tomomi Hirano, Veks Van Hillik, Hélène Hiquily, Violaine Perrot, Sylvie Guilleminot, Luc Pétronille, Laetitia Sioen, Philippe Beau, Christine Grévin, Fabrizio Granier, Christophe Sovran, Audrey Le Mée, Emma Pétronille, Brice Coyere, Dominique Tobio, Marie-France Gélard, Alma, Marie-Hélène Martin, Marc Pétronille, Alice Buret, Marcel, Annick Gualino, Bernard Barrailh, Laurence Ichard-Maury, Marie Maillos, Leila Ernest, Iris Ernest, Ugo Bagnarosa, Gilles Larroze, Léa German, Sarah Violaine, Raphaël Pezet, Mélanie Daoulas, Julie Pouléna, , Noir Films, Nicolas Chantal, FabLab, Sébastien Ichard-Maury, Jacquie Marty, Serges Martin, Victor Trifilieff, Guilhem Machenaud, Tristan Barathe, Call Mar, Lucile Dandelot, Grégoire Coulombel, Thibaut Mesmin, Lauriane Marcelo, Christophe Durand, & John Coktez.
Special Thanks to Léo & Ja Gualino.
Music : various versions of “In the Hall of the Mountain King” composed by Edvard Grieg and re-edited for this work.
First assistant director and Make up : Camille Martin.
Directed, shot and edited by Gioacchino Petronicce.
4K, STEREO, 4:12.
Agency: Heimat Berlin
Creative Director: Guido Heffels
Copy Writer: Nicolas Blättry
Account Manager: Tim Holtkötter
Agency Producer: Kerstin Heffels
Director: Ian Pons Jewell
DoP: Ben Fordesman
Production company: Anorak Film
Producer: Ulrika Åkerlind
Editor: Tobias Suhm
Colourist: Simone Grattarola
Postproduction: Time Based Arts London
Music / Sound Design: Tim Harrison and Nick Sutton
Sound mix German: Loft Studio Berlin
Sound mix English: Tim Harrison
Casting: MRA Casting Bucharest
Service Production: Digital Spirit Bucharest
VO German: Bela B
VO English: John Standing
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