giovedì 27 maggio 2010

The Storm finally exploded!

My last music video for Italian band La Bottega di Musica e Parole (Warner Chappell Music) is finally out! You can watch the clip for the single "L'anno del temporale" (The Year of the Storm) here!
Enjoy and keep watching!

sabato 15 maggio 2010

L'Anno del Temporale - The Promo

The promo for the single "L'Anno del Temporale" is now visible on the web!
You can watch it here or here.
Enjoy and start shivering with anticipation!

giovedì 6 maggio 2010

Photos from a Stormy Set

In spite of the many (technical) difficulties we had on the set of L'anno del temporale (The Year of the Storm), what comes out from the photos downhere is fun. And a relaxed - though phisically limited - environment.
Many thanks to photographer Stefano Druetta, who once again documented the work our amazing crew did on set.
These images are from the first day of shooting, when we got most of the footage from the band.

Band rehearsing

Directing raindrops

Roberto, the band's singer

Strange Piano Player

Tommy - my very valiant 1st AD - on set

All photos are courtesy of Stefano Druetta

martedì 4 maggio 2010

L'Anno del Temporale - Storyboards (partially) revealed

Here thee are a few drawings from the storyboards of my last music video.
I already spoke about it a few times, and I thought it's now time to reveal a bit of it.

Considering the song is about a youthful love story described as a storm, I decided to keep the typical elements of a storm as characters.

All I can add is that there is a tiny theatre, the band (La Bottega di Musica e Parole, Warner Chappell)is occupying its backstage and there's also a small group of valiant theatre workers. And yes, there is the love story too, as the song requires...

All images are copyright of © Matteo Bernardini.

Wired Magazine!

Something very cool just happened and it's fresh news: the May issue of the Italian version of Wired Magazine published a full page article about me, calling me the "Next Big Thing". I can only say: "Wow!"... And also thanks to journalist Marco Rossari for such a nice review of myself and my work (both past, current and future projects) and to photographer Giovanni Troilo, who made an amazing job (as you can see below)!