Cameraman

Cameraman et réalisateur, je suis à votre écoute. N’hésitez pas à me contacter

Cameraman and producer, I would like to hear your ideas. Speaking English and French, don’t hesitate to contact me for your work projects.

alexisduclos@yahoo.fr

Mob: +33(0)6 08 45 12 35

Photographe à Associated Press puis à l’agence Gamma, j’ai étendu mon activité à la vidéo et à la réalisation TV. Cameraman pigiste pour la chaine de télévision américaine NBC NEWS depuis 2008, je suis à votre disposition pour répondre à toute demande de tournage vidéo.

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Alexis Duclos is a cameraman for the American TV, NBC NEWS.
In 2018/2019 He produced and directed one-hour documentary on the mummies in Philippines. “ Ibaloy Mummies: The sanctuary of the saoul”.
In 2018, he was teacher at the famous university in Paris science po in “Tv working” for students in master. Alexis Duclos is at your disposol for any video request.

Examples from my work:

IBALOY MUMMIES: THE SANCTUARY OF THE SOUL. For generations, the existence of ancient mummies in the Philippines remained a closely guarded secret of the Ibaloy local people. Produced by Alexis Duclos and Nancy Ing an exclusive 52 minutes documentary coming soon !  A ND2 Production

En 2018, je suis directeur photo, cameraman et preneur de son pour « Un poilu, une histoire », un clip de 15 minutes réalisé par Patrice Ferrand pour le département des Yvelines. Il s’agit d’enregistrements de témoignages de descendants de soldats de la première guerre mondial. 

« Les enchaînés « , Prix du jury – FIGRA 2013. Extrait du film documentaire de 26 minutes pour France télévision dont je suis l’auteur et le réalisateur.

Extrait. « The man who could be king ». A l’initiative de ce documentaire de 52 minutes dont j’ai participé au tournage qui fut réalisé pour CBC, National Geographic et Sundance Channel. Ce film qui raconte l’histoire d’un réfugié qui devient roi. Film nominé pour deux « Gemini awards : meilleur scripte et meilleur document politique et social.

The new king shows the weapons in his possession. The lances have been passed down to him by his ancestors. The sword was given to his father by the British ambassador. The old gun and pistol are from his grandfather. The Kalashnikovs have replaced traditional weapons since the beginning of the civil war.

Alexis Duclos was the principle cameraman in the documentary he initiated, “The Man Who Would Be King”, broadcasted by the CBC, International National Geographic and Sundance Channel. The film about a Sudanese refugee who becomes King of his tribe in Southern Sudan was nominated for two Gemini awards: Best Script and Best Social Political documentary.

Portrait of King Adongo Akway Gilo wearing all the attributes of his function after the coronation: – the leopard skin worn so as to leave an arm free for combat. – the five royal necklaces, the most important of which being the ocuok, made of black stones and turquoise, it gives the king his immortal spiritual status and symbolizes his royal authority. – The two royal lances he will wave during the dance in which he will mimic combat – The awaki, a seashell parure he wears on his face. – The pearl crown (aduda) adorned by a long Abyssinian jar feather (abuola) gives the dance its supernatural quality.
Portrait of King Adongo Akway Gilo wearing all the attributes of his function after the coronation: – the leopard skin worn so as to leave an arm free for combat. – the five royal necklaces, the most important of which being the ocuok, made of black stones and turquoise, it gives the king his immortal spiritual status and symbolizes his royal authority. – The two royal lances he will wave during the dance in which he will mimic combat – The awaki, a seashell parure he wears on his face. – The pearl crown (aduda) adorned by a long Abyssinian jar feather (abuola) gives the dance its supernatural quality.
Beginning of the coronation ceremony. The maternal uncle in charge of the ceremony places the royal necklace around Adongo’s neck. This necklace symbolizes his royal status.

For UNHCR, I filmed the refugees at Calais/France

Réalisation d’une série de trois films de 3 minutes pour l’UNHCR et l’Union Européenne dans les camps de réfugiés du sud du Tchad. Education, Santé, Agriculture
Réalisation d’une série de trois films de 3 minutes pour l’UNHCR et l’Union Européenne dans les camps de réfugiés du sud du Tchad. Education, Santé, Agriculture
Réalisation d’une série de trois films de 3 minutes pour l’UNHCR et l’Union Européenne dans les camps de réfugiés du sud du Tchad. Education, Santé, Agriculture
Près du Bataclan le 13 novembre 2015. rushs