FATHER & SON - Review L'Ecran Fantastique

Journalist Gilles Rolland wrote an extremely positive review for the movie FATHER & SON in French magazine L'Ecran Fantastique #360 (January 2015), page 129.

 As usual the magazine was published with 2 distinct covers (same content inside)

As usual the magazine was published with 2 distinct covers (same content inside)

  As usual the magazine was published with 2 distinct covers (same content inside)

As usual the magazine was published with 2 distinct covers (same content inside)

Update March 7th 2015 - direct link to download the article (English translation):

FATHER & SON - Teaser & Poster

The teaser for FATHER & SON, a 39 minutes film directed by the Deka Brothers and produced by Michael Manasseri, went live online today along with the movie poster.

Pitch: William and Jake, a father and son exorcist team make their way through a desolate city in order to free a young girl from demonic possession. As the night unfolds, Jake grows increasingly frustrated with his father's methods and confronts him, breaking their special bond and threatening the 'business.'

The film features a number of actors whom the Deka Brothers worked with previously, either on music videos or book-trailers. The soundtrack is signed by Carpenter Brut.
More info on IMDb: imdb.com/title/tt3775030/combined

Teaser on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/dekabrothers/fatherandson-teaser

Teaser on YouTube: http://youtu.be/CzJhBiZf06c
The YouTube version is available at 4K (select 2160p 4K on the gear icon).


Half Bad, book-trailer - featured on Entertainment Weekly

Half Bad, the latest book-trailer directed by the Deka Brothers, is exclusively featured on Entertainment Weekly's website, ahead of the book release next week on March 4th.


Written by Sally Green, the book received early praise from the industry: it has even been compared to The Hunger Games.

The novel has already sold in 45 countries and been optioned for film by Fox, with Karen Rosenfelt (Twilight) producing.


Happy Halloween

The Deka Brothers directed this Halloween video postcard on behalf of HEAVY99.

HEAVY99 represents the Deka Brothers for music video directing work and just launched its brand new website this week:


International Music Video Festival 2013

The ICP music video Hate Her to Death, directed by the Deka Brothers, has been officialy selected for competition in the 9th edition of the International Music Video Festival (formerly known as the Protoclip):

The event will take place in Paris, November 8th and 9th at Wanderlust. 

In the meantime, people can vote online for the Internet Prize by clicking "I VOTE FOR IT" until november 9th:

Hate Her to Death is in good company with videos from world acclaimed directors like Fleur & Manu, Jonas & François, Canada, and Tony T. Datis

Last year, Chris Benoit, another music video directed by the Deka Brothers, made it to the official competition as well:

Tony T. Datis' Make It Bun Dem video, for which the Deka Brothers served as Directors of Photography took the Special Jury Prize in last year's event: http://dekabrothers.com/news/2012/12/4/protoclip-2012-make-it-bun-dem-coup-de-cur-du-jury

Carpenter Brut - EPII

The mini-album from Carpenter Brut, EP II, came out today, September 19th, 2013. 

The songs can be heard and /or purchased at bandcamp.com

The album is also available on iTunes or you can order the physical CD directly from the label's website Black Bvs Records:

Prior to the release, the Deka Brothers directed a "teaser trailer" for the album. Check it out below: 

The album cover art and backside of the CD  are based on the Deka's video.

Disiz - Salauds de Pauvres

The Deka Brothers served as directors of photography for this short music video directed by Tony T. Datis for artist Disiz.
Aerial photography by Cassidy Bisher & Kris Bargen.

Dir. of Photography: Deka Brothers
Steadycam: Julien Deka
1st AC: Alex Grossfeld
2nd AC: Carl Ballou
Aerial Cinematography: Cassidy Bisher & Kris Bargen
DIT / Colorist: Rob Frenette