Vincent MORISSET AATOAA – ARCADE FIRE DIGITAL PROJECTS
| Web-friendly Director & Founder
Vincent Morisset was born in Montreal. Director, programmer, inventor, he is looking for new ways to tell stories. Since the release of the Funeral album, Vincent has been collaborating with Arcade Fire. The interactive video for Neon Bible is considered by many as the first interactive music video. Vincent also directed their documentary Miroir noir and came up with the idea of the Synchronised Artwork for the album “The Suburbs” which change the way we present visuals related to digital albums. His work has been showcased in Wired, Creative Review, Pitchfork, Rolling Stones, Le Monde and The Guardian among others. Creativity Magazine, Shots and Boards selected Vincent in their directors to watch list. Recently, Vincent directed a dance activated interactive video for Arcade Fire (sprawl2.com), BLA BLA (blabla.nfb.ca), an experimental film for computer and INNI, a feature film on the icelandic band Sigur Ros. Vincent is founder of AATOAA, an entity specialized in open-minded projects.
Richard WELSH BIGBALLS FILMS
| Creative Director
Richard leads the creative output at Bigballs including projects for global broadcasters, brands and agencies as well as owned IP such as BAFTA nominated film-driven social game I AM PLAYR.
Richard created and exec-produced Bigballs Film’s BAFTA nominated European festival-based drama Who Killed Summer? - a web/mobile series with 22 episodes delivered in near real-time, covering 7 music festivals. 5m views, translated into 6 languages and 590,000 mobile app downloads.
Before joining Bigballs Films in 2009, he was a freelance creative at Iris London, Cake Group and M Works. The early part of Richard¹s career was spent as a development creative and producer at TV production companies Endemol, RDF Media and Shine.
About Bigballs Films
Social entertainment company Bigballs Films has created, distributed and monetised some of the most pioneering social entertainment to date; alongside delivering ground-breaking, award-winning advertising campaigns with some of the World’s most forward thinking agencies and brands:
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I AM PLAYR, a social game that fuses film, social networking and brands Nike, Red Bull, Ginsters and Alfa Romeo. Over 600,000 MAUs, 300,000 virtual Nike boot and 1m+ cans of Red Bull sold.
You Vs campaign – interactive experience with Oakley Europe, with over 2million plays
We Want Piers Bramhall – a first of its kind real-time, integrated TV campaign with Wieden + Kennedy for Visit Wales.
The world’s first social network drama, Kate Modern sponsored by Toyota, Cadbury’s and Proctor and Gamble TV, web and mobile drama Somebody Else’s Phone with Wieden + Kennedy for Nokia
Vodafone sponsored and BAFTA nominated real-time festival drama Who Killed Summer?
Cannes Lion winning ‘The Messiah’ Lionel Messi films with TBWA and adidas.
We’ve assembled a team film-makers, TV producers, creatives, community managers and games developers to create a company that reflects today’s constantly evolving media landscape.
Our current clients include: Nike, adidas, Red Bull, Alfa Romeo. YouTube, Sky, and Channel 4.
Asta WELLEJUS DIE ASTA EXPERIENCE
Asta Wellejus is an experienced cross-media producer/ developer. Was head hunted by Lars von Trier in 1997 to develop new ways of combining film, theater, roleplaying and games, Asta co-founded Zentropa Interaction in 1999, producing interactive formats (Films, Games, ARG´s, Alternate Launch, Exhibition, Roleplays, and Mobile etc) In 2007 she founded ”Die Asta Experience" to focus on new media and audience participation. Markets; Broadcast/ film, NGOS, brands, games, attractions and experimental art. She had produced 30+ interactive formats, from ARG´s for Lars von Trier’s/ Thomas Vinterberg’s titles, to the Northsea museum, transforming the whole attraction into an interactive experience on mobile, films, web, installations and augmented reality, to the Globe in COP15, where more than 10.000.000+ users joined the virtual global demonstration. In 2011 she worked with Filmcontact North and Hotdogs, in a MEDIA supported project that developed 22 documentaries with interactive features from Europe and North America, one of the projects won the Power to The Pixel prize 2011 for best new media project.
Speciality: Help films/broadcast to go cross-media, story-architecture, expanding narratives across platforms. Creating and leading cross disciplinary teams to solve complex projects.
Asta is an experienced speaker and teacher. She gives around 30 lectures a year in Danish and English on new media, learning games, interactive design, narrative structures, and organizing new media teams and finance, in Denmark and abroad. She arranges and runs workshops and teaches at Film/ TV schools, design schools, universities and branch events.