We live in a society where we are not aware of the amount of plastic around us.
Four children, from 11 to 6 years old, in recognizable two-color environments, where the plastic that coexists naturally with us stands out, they will tell us what we are doing with our oceans … with our planet. From the world of fashion we must also make the audience aware that we should do everything in our power to change the course of history. Fashion as a social speaker. Kids as social speakers. We need all world attention.
Spanish director Victor Claramunt is celebrated for his clever, cinematic, award-winning fashion films. His film Breaking Rules for Bibilou won more than 20 awards around the world – one of the most awarded Fashion Film in the history -including the prestigious Best Director at the La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival, Best Film/Emerging Artist Berlin Fashion Film Festival, Best Creative Concept at the Mexico Fashion Film Festival, Best Fashion Film at the Australian International Fashion Film Festival and Best Production at the Australian International Fashion Film Festival. Claramunt began his career as art director, sharpening his creative eye as a director of fashion films. There is a magical feel to everything he shoots. Each piece reflects his unique style – a love of Hollywood cinema and a smart mix of humor, surrealism, action, and drama. His impressive portfolio includes award-winning films for major brands, including Giorgio Armani, Herbal Essences, Nespresso, Air France, Roger Vivier, LongChamp, Coca-Cola, PlayStation, Sony Music, Adidas, Andres Sarda, Nestle, and Castrol.