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Sounds of Trauma!

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Industry: Public interest & Non-profit
Media:TV & Cinema
Market:France
Style: Minimalism
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Herezie Paris Unleashes Explosive Sensory Experience: Sounds of Trauma
Imagine for a moment, you are a veteran of war. Now back to civilization, from the battlefield. Can we assume life for our veteran returns back to normal – as it was – before he or she experienced what only a few of us can really identify with?
A daily sudden noise – a balloon pops – can be starling for any of us. Now try to put yourself in the shoes of our veteran who hears a daily sound such as this one? Startled? Or reminded immediately of the battlefield? An everyday sound is one of those strong senses that can trigger a difficult memory—especially for our veteran.
This is what Herezie works diligently to demonstrate in its Sounds of Trauma 360 experience created with The David Lynch Foundation: How easily a sound that seems insignificant to us, can be a war sound to our veteran. Created from the point-of-view of the veteran, in Sounds of Trauma, we are now experiencing daily sounds, the way our veteran may.
The David Lynch Foundation helps those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder get back to a happy, healthy, productive life. Sounds of Trauma illustrates, in a poignant way, how difficult it is to get rid of the disorder and how necessary and valuable all of our support and the Foundation’s work is.
Herezie partnered with Canadian production companies Mile Inn (Images) and Apollo Studios (Sounds). Yan Dal Santo (co-founder of Apollo/Mille Inn) was chosen by Herezie to direct the film for his unique expertise integrating sound and film making at the same level of art. Some footage was shot in Montreal, and other parts in New York. The whole sound production process took place in Toronto. Everything was synchronized with Apollo Paris.
Said Baptiste Clinet, ECD of Herezie Paris: "We really try to show the power of sound. The memories and emotions it triggers are so strong. For soldiers who come back from the battlefield, some everyday sounds in life put them right back there."
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Other credit:COO: Pierre Callegari
CEO: Andrea Stillacci
Managing partners: Edouard De Pouzilhac, Thomas Couteau
Associate director: Arno Pons
Digital creative director: Aurélie de Villeneuve
Creative: Joseph Dubruque
Creative: Axel Didon
Creative: Raphael Stein
Directeur de production: Mike Kirsh
Chef operateur: Adam Crosby
Montage: Yan Dal Santo
Telecinema: Mike Kirsh / Mile Inn
Mix: Pacal Desjardins, Yan Dal Santo / Apollo Studios
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Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2017
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