BOOM is a tale about one of the film world's most overlooked and tireless workers - the sound recordist. Now front and centre in this cheeky and charming story, Alex the Sound Guy is a seemingly shady Boom operator who spends his time recording people's private conversations.
132m is a documentary / short film about a freediver's feelings and perceptions during an official freediving DNF pool competition. A DNF (Dynamic No Fins) discipline constitutes of a "freediver travelling in a horizontal position under water attempting to cover the greatest possible distance. Any propulsion aids are prohibited." (AIDA International). Going through all stages of preparation, breathing, contraction, well-being like total confusion, the goal ot this film is to demonstrate through video and audio what it's all about. This film has a documentary portion of the freediver's competition performance as well as a reconstitution of the underwater segment.
Polynesian people welcome its visitors with "ia ora na" and with a flower Lei, just as they welcome a brother with his kindness and goodness to them in their land. The Lei they ’re making is the Lei of Life because of its fragrance. Put it to your and you will have eternal life. Just pick one!
Flower traces its way, such as water flowing here and there, from a green pasture to another, and from a lagoon to another.
Ia Ora na, to all things, all men, and to the goodness of the earth and the ocean.