“Traces Of The Soul” – World Premiere – Asolo Art Film Festival, Italy

Asolo Art Film Festival 2018 - Official Selection Laurel

I’m very pleased to announce that “Traces Of The Soul” will have its World Premiere at Asolo Art Film Festival in Asolo, Italy on 7th June (and will screen again on the 10th June)
A feature documentary about 12 contemporary calligraphers from around the world, their work and their relationship to the written word in the age of digital communication.

The film was directed by Martin Cooper and I was the DOP/Producer/Assistant Editor and Motion graphics/Title designer, oh and I designed the poster too :)

Traces Of The Soul - Official Poster - May 2018 version

A huge amount of very pleasurable hard work by everyone involved and the co-operation and generosity of some amazing artists have resulted in a film we are very proud of.
Please head over to the website (www.tracesofthesoul.com) to watch the trailer and let’s hope this is the beginning of a great festival run, we hope to see you at a screening near you soon!

A huge thank you to –

The Artists:-

el Seed, Jake Weidmann, Ghalamdar, Koji Kakinuma, Dia Batal, Zhao Yizhou, Soraya Syed, Karl “Kobe” O’Brien, Paul Antonio, Shinzan Miyamae, Hiroyuki Nakajima & Shoho Teramoto
Extra thanks to Karl “Kobe” O’Brien for the main “Traces Of The Soul” logo and to Nakajima Hiroyuki, Zhaou Yizhou and Dia Batal for the Japanese, Cantonese and Farsi versions of the title.

Director & Editor:-
Martin Cooper

Producer and Art Director:-
Tam Solo

Producer & Researcher:-
Ku Sharma

Executive Producer:-
Olivier Costalat

Additional Camera:-
Francis Hanly, Gunji Masato, Giorgio Bosisio & Eric Jason Hall

The lovely people at StormHD in London where the film was edited, in particular, Paul Ingvarsson the Online Editor and colourist & Dave Ingram the Dubbing Mixer.

Martin Cooper, Adrian Storey, Alice Anav, Fumiko Mallory & Chiho Senjima

Sakiko Nishihara & Chiharu Gotoh

Original Music by Dave “LAICA” Fleet

Additional music by so many amazing artists who provided their music for free under a creative commons license (See the film for full credits).



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