Pigalle Paris + Nike Basketball Project

Director Paul Geusebroek has created this short film to promote a recent project by Pigalle Paris which pledges to support local basketball teams in the city.

Director Paul Geusebroek has created this short film to promote a recent project by Pigalle Paris which pledges to support local basketball teams in the city.

For its first initiative in the project, Pigalle, a boutique clothing store, is providing clothing for its local team, Goutte d’Or Basketball from nearby Barbès. This film was shot in the neighbourhood and features members of the team. Below is the director’s cut; another version, without the words, is here.

The project is supported by Nike Stadium Paris and Nike Stadium New York.

Credits:
Director: Paul Geusebroek
Cinematographer: Menno Mans
Creative consultant: Stéphane Ashpool
Production company: Cake Amsterdam

 

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