Join photographer Matt DeLorme as he documents the resilient Himalayan mountain communities who are battling the effects of climate change without sacrificing their way of life.
Ben just turned 30. He’s a shy man, and is in love with his coworker Diane. He’s got two main passions in life : Historical reconstitutions with his figurines club, and his job at the Tourism Office in Nîmes, which consists in taking visitors on board across the city.
After a sad birthday party, he’s about to go home when he runs down a man with his car. Terrified, he approaches the poor man, only to discover that he’s facing a Roman named Volesus, who only speaks Latin and has travelled through time to show up in our present days.
“Nemausus, sur les traces d’un avenir passé”
“”J’adore Nîmes !””
Une à Nîmes
“Les deux premiers épisodes de Nemausus, une web-série tournée à Nîmes, dévoilés”
“Nemausus, la web-série qui remonte le temps à Nîmes”
“La web-série nîmoise Nemausus débarque sur les écrans”
“”NEMAUSUS”, LA WEB-SÉRIE SUR NÎMES”
I’m an award winning comedy commercials director from the U.K whose shot for a host of big brands all around the world.
I’ve written spec sitcoms and movies. I’ve directed plays and short films the last of which – Morning After – won best comedy at the 2017 Discover Film festival.
I’m currently working on a number of new projects the most substantial of which is a sitcom co-created with director Dan Zeff and set to star Jason Donovan.
This is my first comedy web series.
C.J. ARELLANO is a Chicago-based award-winning screenwriter and director who specializes in queer-themed, comedic, and sci-fi content. He has directed several web series, including the gay sketch comedy project, John Loos: Too Big for This World, which screened at the New York Television Festival in July 2018. He has directed video for globally renowned brands such as McDonald’s, ConAgra Foods, and The Second City. C.J.’s feature screenplays have won grand prizes at the New York Screenplay Contest and Columbia College Chicago’s Written Image Contest.
It was an instant yes from me when comedy writer-performer Julia DiFerdinando asked me to help her bring “The Coat Room” to life. With biting insight and aching humor, her writing explores how we yearn for connection and discover uncomfortable truths about ourselves. To key the viewer into her character’s ambivalent emotional state, I wanted the coat room setting itself to ooze two things at once: the delicious promise of a fun night ahead, and that creeping FOMO feeling that the fun might be happening in the next room. With this collection of sharp Chicago comedy talent presiding over our heroine’s journey of growth, I hope viewers find that the fun is happening right in front of them. Please enjoy “The Coat Room.”
The series stars Second City writer-performer Julia DiFerdinando and features a killer lineup of Chicago comedy talent, many of whom have graced the Second City mainstages in the past or currently: Katie Klein, Susan Messing, Pat McKenna, Nnamdi Ngwe, Rashawn Scott, Andrew Knox.
Born in the field of colors, paints, graphics and industrial design, passionate about photography (already at 12 years used darkroom for the development of bw photos and graphics for silkscreen printing frames..) and music (studying self-taught piano and keyboards, enthusiast of blues, jazz, electronic and experimental music) and cinema (among most beloved filmmakers; Fernando di Leo, Sergio Leone, Luciano Salce, Gabriele Salvatores, Luigi Comencini, Paolo Sorrentino, Daniele Ciprì, among the Italians, and, Tarkovsky, Brakhage, Coppola, Welles, Ford, Kubrick, Lynch, Scorsese, Carpenter, Tarantino, Landis, Allen, David Fincher, Malick, Nolan, Anderson, Kim Ki-duk, Coline Serreau, among the esters.)
He approaches the world of shooting and directing in 2010, attends video editing courses, advanced photography and post-production, then deepens in 2014/2015 with a Master in Cinematography Photography with the master director and cinematographer Daniele Ciprì with the Short Dorico Festival and participating as a student in the production of the short film “Luce sulla Cecità”.
In 2015 and 2016 he attended a film direction course at the OFFICINE MATTOLI School, participates as a stage photographer and production assistant for the production of the short film “Porrigrad” by the master Daniele Ciprì.
Passionate about technology, art, nature, astronomy, astrology, philosophy and esoteric cultures both Western and Eastern.
Between 2016 and 2018 he wrote and directed the medium-length film TRATAK composed of episodes presented as independent short films.