‘Le Pain’ is a historical short film that follows a house search during the 2nd World War. A German soldier investigates whether a Jewish family is hiding in a dilapidated farmhouse that only seems to be inhabited by a French speaking Belgian girl.
The people of Studio Gotley are one of the most passionate film makers we ever worked with and that shows. Not only did they deliver this beautiful, stylistic movie, but they also organised a premiere party with actual war vehicles and even a photo book of the production.
Although there was no war during the video shoot (thank god), Pepijn Tebrunsvelt (director) asked us to design a soundtrack that made the audience believe there was an actual German invasion. In the opening scene you can hear the German soldiers approach the house, which creates a really eery feeling that drags you into the story.
Directed by: Pepijn Tebrunsvelt
Writing Credits: Pepijn Tebrunsvelt
Cast: Louise Buysschaert, Stacy Nieskens, Niels Peetjens en Roy van Kleef
Produced by: Klaas Bies
Music by: Niels Peetjens
Sound design & mixing: Manglemoose
What We Did