Brief Festival 2019 | Title Sequence

Trizz and studio director, Oriol Puig crafted the Brief Festival 2019 title sequence, premiering in Madrid to a crowd of designers from around the world.

The trailer and making of were presented along with insights about our Hyundai commercial project which took ADC and D&AD awards.

The emotionalised, visual story of the film is structured around the desire from any creative to return to the freedom of the child´s mind (the director's young daughter), tackling the idea of Atemporal, which was the single word briefed by the festival as the film’s core concept.

Set in an industrial tire recycling zone, the girl plays, dreams and draws her visions through chalk, racing through the mountains of dusty tires and discovering nature’s phenomena within a cardboard box. She transforms worlds through her incredible imagination, taking her far above the earth.

The festivals line-up of fantastically talented artists and studios names appears superimposed throughout the trailer.

EVENT: Brief Festival 2019

Creative Director: Oriol Puig
Senior Producers: Simon Bath, Hattie Christie
Head of Production: Albert Garcia Vila
Executive Producer: Chris Vulpi
Art Direction and Research: Laura Ibañez, Katerina Mileva
Administration: Ana Baeza
3D Leads: Alex Martin, Oriol Mayolas, Alberto Corpas
2D Lead: Mikel Gomez
Editor: Miquel Alcoriza

Director of Photography: Rafa Lluch
Production Manager: Dani Molina
Production Producer: Aina Salarich
Producer: Marie-Eve Ladouceur
Behind the Scenes: Kati Mileva & Marie-Eve Ladouceur

Camera: Oriol Puig
Phantom Operator: Laura Ibañez
Gaffer: Joan Planas
Lighting by: Zeferino
FX Technical Director: Marcos Díaz
FX Technitian: Oriol Tarrida
Chalk Artist: Albert Garcia Vila
FX Materials by: The Action Unit
Talents: Adelle Puig, Katerina Mileva
Shoot Drone Operator: Oriol Mayolas
Catering by: Tori Turner and Julietta Puig
Transport by: Paco Gonzalez
Location by: Pirelli Manresa

Music by: Dani Trujillo
Sound Design: Fran Paredes
Additional Orchestrator & music copyistLuis Fernández Bañuelos
Violin, Viola: Aroa García
Cello: Marta Pons