Each of Bernard Gigounon’s poetic films have such an imaginative simplicity to them, it’s almost unreal – and watching them is like that feeling you get when you’ve just noticed something beautiful that’s been infront of you all this time. Starships (pictured) is just one such lovely.
Some of the films are truly cinematic like Standing Ovation. But everything on his site is worth it’s time in happiness. Studio favourite, Remède à l’ennui.
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