A little more on the post production process of Largo Winch . Once the words “That’s a wrap” had been said, the work did not stop. Far from it! Post prod time had arrived. The CG jobs were given to the Duboi/Quinta company, a leader and pioneer in post production services. For the 3D tower shot, they used,
At the end of 2007, I was lucky to actively participate in the production of the feature film Largo Winch by Jérôme Salle , with Tomer Sisley and Christine Scott Thomas. I was part of the production design team, hired as a Fixer, interpreter and coordinator. As such, I helped on the construction of many
A short film about the impressive Fire Dragon Dance, a festival commemorating the fight against the plague in the 19 th century
Now on line: Speaking Cantonese for more understanding A little while ago, Will C and Herbert of “Made in Hong Kong” invited me, the Hong kong Fixer, to have a chat with them at their cool studio for their show “Mad in Hk” , broadcasted on the hip and young radio U- On Live. All of this
Participer à la coordination des décors sur le long métrage de Jérôme Salle Largo Winch fut une expérience inoubliable et très formatrice. Ainsi le rêve de faire du cinéma devient réalité.
Oyez Oyez, Le Dragon est le symbole de Hong Kong. Il se manifeste de manière spectaculaire durant le festival de la mi automne, dans le quartier de Tai Hang, jouxtant Causeway Bay . Là, chaque année, des milliers de curieux s’assemblent pour voir et sentir de près la danse du Dragon de Feu, que les
Hong Kong suffers from a strange paradox. Although it is sold as “Asia World City” this concept being supported by a multimillion ad campaign, the uncomfortable reality is that the Chinese and “Gwailo” community live parallel to one another. Of course, interactions occur on a daily basis, at work, in life, but these are oddly unilateral. Hong Kong Chinese people usually master