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“TEARS” for Paris

A simple and elegant animated memorial to the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris. Created by Lord of Barbes director Malcolm Sutherland, the piece slowly builds an emotional charge as the falling tears count off the lives lost on November 13th, 2015. [Read more]

Happy 2015 From Lord of Barbès?

Feeling a smidge nervous about what 2015 holds for you? This new year’s greeting from creative director Herve Lopez, animator Benjamin Joret and illustrator Veronique Dorey from Paris prodco Lord of Barbès should help. Or not. [Read more]

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Jeremy Guerrieri: “DROGBA VS MALARIA”

Lord of Barbès director/animator Jeremy Guerrieri and Ivory Coast football star Didier Drogba help the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) ride World Cup fever to further the fight against malaria.

Drogba narrates the story of his childhood battle against malaria-carrying mosquitos calling attention to the disease still claiming more than half a million lives every year, mostly pregnant women and young children living in sub-Saharan Africa.

Drogba: “I have been a victim of malaria and have witnessed first-hand the devastating effects it has on individuals and families. Luckily I was treated in time and that saved my life. Today we have effective and affordable tools to prevent, diagnose and treat malaria. But we have to work together to make sure everyone has access to them.”

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Jean-Michel Tixier Draws the Line for Agefiph

Paris illustrator/director Jean-Michel Tixier’s light touch and clean draughtsmanship ease the delivery of a serious message in this spot for Agefiph, a French organization helping the handicapped to find work. Produced through international talent agency and production company Lord of Barbès. [Read more]

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Herve Lopez Launches Lord of Barbes in Paris

Herve Lopez just left Paris Prodco Mr. Hyde and took his roster of directors with him to launch Lord of Barbes promising to “make all kinds of commissioned films: and even print.” [Read more]