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Campagna Wie Is Guy
Cliente Zwangere Guy
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Tipo di Media Music Video
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Executive Producer Eu....ce G...l Solo abbonati
Director L...el Go.....in Solo abbonati
Direttore della fotografia G...m Van.......hove Solo abbonati
Producer M....en .e S...er Solo abbonati
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Post-production Producer B...e Dek.......cker Solo abbonati
Editor M...in L...y Solo abbonati
Online Artist R...n .e Pr....re Solo abbonati
Grade Artist O....er O...ux Solo abbonati
Audio Post Production S...an J...en Solo abbonati

About CZAR.BE

CZAR IS AN INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTION COMPANY. WE PRODUCE AND CO-PRODUCE FEATURE FILMS, SHORT FILMS, DOCUMENTARIES, TV SHOWS AND COMMERCIALS. BUT MOST OF ALL CZAR IS ABOUT TALENT, GUTS AND THE CREATIVITY OF ITS DIRECTORS AND PRODUCERS.

Latest News

New film by SALSA for Belgian Kids' Fund

"Birthday Everyday" is the title of the film released by the Belgian Kids Fund, which deals daily with children in a serious health condition. In the film, we see a couple of parents reacting in an unprecedented way when forced to face an unfortunate diagnosis about their child’s health state. In this little fable of real life, the parents decide, against all odds, to turn that hospitalisation period into a series of special moments in the life of their child and their own.

"Birthday Everyday" is a story about resilience and unconditional love, even when the world is falling apart. Created by the Belgian agency Mortierbrigade, produced by CZAR.BE and directed by the directing-duo SALSA, the work provokes an important reflection on the importance of emotional support and the relativisation of time when life exposes all its fragility and finitude. 

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