Jupiter de la BâtardiseSchrödingerskatze’s director, scriptwriter and producer. After a bachelor in Human Sciences, a multimedia postgraduate and PhD in philosophy, Jupiter de la Bâtardise has developed several photography projects, literary works and video documentaries throughout Asia and Europe.
He’s currently working on his next drama: a feature film about the swinging lifestyle…
Chloé di GregorioAfter film school, she started her professional carrier as a production assistant in different production companies. Her curiosity led her to participate in a video clip as a second assistant director discovering then her true passion: she has been assistant director ever since in several projects.
For Schrödingerskatze she doesn’t hesitate to be re-engaged in the production department as production secretary.
Giovanni B. NazzaroGiovanni is a young Italian filmmaker living in Paris since 2006. He discovered the film set for the first time at the age of 17; therefore he begins as assistant director. He has worked on three feature films in Italy and France as second and third assistant and on several short films as first assistant director.
Interested in scripts and direction, he now writes his first short film, genre: fantasy.
Sandra di PasqualeWhile the script supervisor di Pascuale was wandering on cinéaste.org telling herself that it would do her well to be a little unfaithful to her director Bouhnik, with who she has worked for 15 years, her attention fell on a Spanish filmmaker:
Jupiter The Bastard and his "Schrödingerskatze" script!
The meeting took place at the Lilacs, filming in Montreuil. This adventure with TheBastard Jupiter next to Giovanni, Yvonnick, Cristobal, Kévin, Javier, Adéline, Fanny, Mickaël, Hélène, Kamil, Alexandra, Elodie, Aurélie, Chloé, Anna and the cat was “grosso modo” more that beautiful!
Cristobal ZanartuCristobal Zanartu is a Franco-American filmmaker and photographer based in Paris. For the past 20 years he has filmed, directed and edited short fiction films, documentaries and corporate videos for European, American and Japanese broadcasters and clients.
Zanartu has developed a discerning eye and elegant style. His work can be seen at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, The St. Louis Museum of Art, The Louvre, The Musée du Quai Branly in Paris… His films have been aired on BBC, ARTE and France 2/3/5… http://www.zanartu.fr/
Javier RomeroHe participated as boom operator on production set in Montreuil but also he has been the on location cameraman for the Unit B in Berlin as well for the casting in Paris along this fun adventure of Schrödingerskatze.
After having wasted some time as JRI on TV and following a master's degree in audiovisual communication, Javier has finally found what he likes most: hooping through various modalities and techniques of expression ranging from photography to film, radio broadcast, writing ... mmm, and plays? Why not!
Didier FeldmannHe does the color grading of the film. After a long career in computer science and managing communication project, steady hovering over personal research in photography, writing and filming, Didier Feldmann takes in 2003 the status of artist-author with the name of VIDEOPAPER. For him video is a fully fledged media and not just a narrative media, he endorses the sentence of Walter Ruttmann (1920s cubist filmmaker): "It is pointless to continue painting, painting has to be animated.” His work is centred on the meaning, feeling, not on the narrative. The aesthetics of his work are for him in continuity with that of Surrealism, Constructivism and Impressionism, but digitally remixed and developed through "motion graphics" and live action; "motion graphics" becoming a new dimension of collage possibilities.
Web : www.videopaper.net Blog : http://blognotedunvideaste.blogspot.com/
Frédéric PetitFrederic Petit is a talented cellist and composer.
Passionate about music, he was awarded the SACEM Prize at Alès Festival 2009 for the soundtrack of Fara Sene’s "As long as you breathe".
He has just been awarded in September 2010 by the American International Film Festival the "Best Original Music Score" prize in the short-film category for music of "The Other Side of Heaven" by director Eric Lavelle www.aiff2010.com
More about him on http://www.myspace.com/fredericpetit
Federico GuillénThis 20 year old Argentinean has lived for 7 years in France before returning to Buenos Aires where he teleworked on the storyboard of Schrödingerskatze.
He has drawn throughout his life, always in an autodidact manner. As a cartoonist he has been published in the United States and now he begins as storyboard artist.
Break-dance enthusiast, he also performs as a dancer in several shows in Argentina while practicing another of his passions: classical piano.
First Assistant Camera
Camera Operator & Making-Of
Production Sound Mixer
Set Decorator & Props Master
Mixer & Sound Designer
3D Visual Effects
AE Visual Effects