Vincent Morisset was born in Montreal. Director, programmer, inventor, he is looking for new ways to tell stories. Since the release of the Funeral album, Vincent has been collaborating with Arcade Fire. The interactive video for Neon Bible is considered by many as the first interactive music video. Vincent
also directed their documentary Miroir noir and came up with the idea of the Synchronised Artwork for the album “The Suburbs” which change the way we present visuals related to digital albums. His work has been showcased in Wired, Creative Review, Pitchfork, Rolling Stones, Le Monde and The Guardian among others. Creativity Magazine, Shots and Boards selected Vincent in their directors to watch list. Recently, Vincent directed a dance activated interactive video for Arcade Fire (sprawl2.com), BLA BLA
(blabla.nfb.ca), an experimental film for computer and INNI, a feature film on the icelandic band Sigur Ros. Vincent is founder of AATOAA, an entity specialized in open-minded projects.
Inni (Orig.) / 2011 / Iceland, United Kingdom / 75 min
INNI is Sigur Rós's second live film following 2007's hugely-celebrated “Heima”. Whereas that film positioned the enigmatic group in the context of their Icelandic homeland, providing geographical, social and historical perspectives on their otherworldly music, with uplifting results, “Inni” focusses purely on the band's performance...