What do we want to pass on to future generations?
A mother encourages her child to be to look at our complex world with a different light.
MySon is a short film, shot in Vanuatu Islands, with a strong message of tolerance, humanity and kindness.

– Director & Co-Producer : Germain Lalot
– Writer & Co-Producer : Claire Endress
– Co-Producer : Jb Lalot ineoprod
– Voice Over Artist : Sarah Cavalli – Ear Art Music Studios
– Music : Jon Hopkins (with King Creosote) – Immunity
– Piano and Strings Arrangements : Clément Simounet
– Sound Editing : Jean-Philippe Boinot
– Camera : Canon 1Dx mkII 4k 50p
– Lenses : Canon 24, 35, 50, 100
– Editing/Grading : Premiere Pro/Davinci Resolve
– Shot with authentic tribes in Vanuatu Islands and in a small village in Japan.

Thanks to : Anne-Lise Prat (Contrebande), Jagk Waiay, Luciane Hosea, Emma Sisi, Perry Bisaro, Geoffrey Greenhill, Alexandra Charpentier, Imad Dahhou, Joyce Cellars, Kareem James Abu-Zeid and Tina Blond Svecnik.

Special Thanks to the amazing people of Vanuatu.

This film is in loving memory of Catherine Lalot.

Cast: Germain Lalot, claire endress and ineoprod



Full screen with good speakers or headphone for best experience.
A 4K version is available.

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.

Shot on Red Raven.

4K, STEREO, 4:12.

Cast: Gioacchino Petronicce



Here is my first film documenting my one year journey around the globe.
An exploration of China through its different regions: Beijing, Shaanxi, Sichuan and Guangxi.
This trip allowed me to encounter the different populations of this immense country. This is why I decided to name this project Minzu, which is the Chinese word for nation but also refers to the numerous ethnies this nation is comprised of.

Directed by Morgan Jouquand

Music composed by José Fehner

Cast: Morgan Jouquand

Marvelous Marseille (Time Lapse – Tilt Shift)

Marvelous Marseille (Time Lapse – Tilt Shift)

Marseille is the second largest city of France. However, after the Little Big World treatment it seem a lot smaller and more adorable than ever.
Actually I love this city and could see myself living there …. well, if it wouldn’d be in France after all 🙂
Travel through the amazing arrondissements of this city from the Old Port to the Notre Dame. See the commercial port and the picturesques Port Du Vallon Des Auffes and many, many other beautiful sights.
Also check out the Calanques, an amazing national Park located just at the city limits of Marseille:
A tilt-shift time-lapse film by Joerg Daiber.


You can license raw footage clips from the Little Big World series here:

WATCH FULL SCREEN! Shot with Lumix GH4 and GH2, Gorillapod, 14-140mm and 7-14mm Lumix Lenses. Postproduction with Adobe Creative Production Suite.

Cast: Joerg Daiber

We Aren’t Strangers

We Aren’t Strangers

“We Aren’t Strangers” is Part I in the “Of Walls & Mountains” series of short films. The film is a visual and abstract exploration of insecurity, loneliness, and the anxieties that come with technology in today’s era. How it can affect ourselves, our connections with each other, and our connection with the natural world.

Written, Directed, and Edited by: Andrew De Zen
Cinematography: Kris Bonnell
1st AC: Brad Waller
Gaffer: Evan Ciniello
Key Grip: Adam Pederson
Make up & Hair: Kasia Podsiadly
Driver: Kyle Burns
Narration: Carolina Bucchino
Colour & Sound Design: Andrew De Zen
Music: “The Middle of the World” by Nicholas Britell

Nola Palmer
Niamh Wilson
Kyle Cheesman
John Marcucci
Alex Ganassini
Melissa Otting
Mila Sadic
Maks Mironyuk

Katie Christensen
Umber Hamid
Boombox Sound

Cast: Andrew De Zen and Kristofer Bonnell

The Universe is Eyeing (Selfportrait Experiment)

The Universe is Eyeing (Selfportrait Experiment)

Introspective self-portrait, using Alan Watts thoughts across the beauty of Iceland.

Cinematography & Editing:
César Orozco

Shot in Iceland between August 5th and 13th, 2016 by César Orozco.

I don’t own the rights of music or voice-over, it belongs to their creators.
This video has no commercial purposes and it’s a tribute to their inspirational work:

Island – Philip Glass

Alan Watts
(Extract from “Alan Watts on Death and Life”)

A gallery from the trip:

César Orozco ® 2016

Cast: César Orozco

Moonrise On Titan

Moonrise On Titan

As some you might know, I’m really into space exploration and space travel. These are pretty fascinating times in regards to space exploration within our own solar system. The moons of Jupiter as well as the moons of Saturn are among the top candidates for finding life within our own solar system. Titan for instance has a thick orange/brown atmosphere, with lakes of Ethane and Methane on its surface ( I could only image what it would be like to stand on the surface of this moon, let alone seeing a celestial object rising off in the distance.

Before starting this mini project of shooting the supermoon, I honestly did not know how this experiment would go, see my blog post for more info ( After snapping a few test shots, the raw files looked otherworldly and reminded me of the few photos out there of the surface of titan. If the conditions that existed on earth were similar to those that exist on titan, this is what I would envision it to be like.

Turn up your speakers or headphones.

Cast: Bruce W. Berry Jr