Canadian Chinese, Wu Yifan, also known by his stage name, Kris Wu, debuts as the latest ambassador for luxury brand Bvlgari in China in this latest film directed by Fast Management’s Eugenio Recuenco and Eric Dover.
Our award winning photographer, Eugenio Recuenco and art director Eric Dover shoot the latest film for luxury Spanish department store “El Corte Inglés” featuring Victoria’s Secret’s Supermodel Toni Garn.
Niccolo by Marco Polo is a collection of urban chic hotels under the umbrella of Hong Kong’s Marco Polo Hotel Group.
Fast Management was commissioned by branding agency Yang Rutherford to have our artists Eugenio Recuenco and Eric Dover interpret their tag of “New Encounters – Timeless Pleasures” which they had developed for the launch.
The film and stills campaign, written and directed by Fast Management’s Eugenio Recuenco and Eric Dover and with production and casting by Fast Management was shot in Los Angeles last October.
We are delighted to share the tv commercial film that accompanies the print and social media push in conjunction with the group’s opening of their first property in Chengdu.
Eugenio and Eric’s characteristic cinematic signature is palpable throughout every one of the frames that lead us to the open ended and at times mysterious finale.
The long awaited moment has arrived and we can share with you the trailer to The Second Defeat a film by Eugenio Recuenco.
At the end of 2014, Eugenio Recuenco and Eric Dover started a crowdfunding towards the production costs of making their movie The Second Defeat based on the book, Los Girasoles Ciegos (The Blind Sunflowers) by Spanish writer Alberto Méndez.
This crowdfunding was aimed at equipping the professionals who would worked on this project with the necessary tools to ensure that their creativity and eagerness was not betrayed by a tight budget, thus allowing them the freedom to do the true justice this project truly deserved.
This short film has a special feature. When SOGECINE and Jose Luis Cuerda selflessly assigned the rights of Alberto Méndez’s book, their sole condition was that the project had a non-profit nature. Therefore it was decided that , if the crowdfunding target budget of €205,000 was exceeded the surplus amount will be allocated to DYES, an NGO that works in countries like Sierra Leone, Chad and the Ivory Coast promoting education and sport as elements of peace and development, and helping to rehabilitate child soldiers.
The Second Defeat, is a breathtaking story dealing with a young poet who escaped from the victors of a terrible war to the mountains together with his pregnant wife. In this lonely and cold scenario, the young woman gives birth to a child and dies right after. Thanks to a private diary, where the man puts his fear into words, we can picture the background of the futile fight of the father to save his son’s life.
Filming started in January of 2015.
For more information on the movie, background to the story and its director as well as how to part of this beautiful project and donate through the crowdfunding follow the link;
Eugenio Recuenco presents the latest showreel of his film work.
Eugenio Recuenco directs male supermodel David Gandy in his latest short film, The Hotel.
El Palacio de Hierro is a luxury chain of department stores in Mexico.
For their latest campaign, they allowed photographer Eugenio Recuenco and art director, Eric Dover to run wild with their imagination.
Eugenio Recuenco directs the Worldwide film campaign for Chivas Regal with art direction by Eric Dover.
There have been many cases of historically momentous operas that claimed the public in their day, then fell into neglect. But the near disappearance of Giacomo Meyerbeer’s French grand opera “Les Huguenots” is especially baffling.
“Les Huguenots,”: Giacomo Meyerbeer’s 1836 opera, much loved and performed in its time, received a rare staging at the SummerScape festival at Bard College.
For nearly 100 years after its astonishingly successful 1836 premiere in Paris, the opera was a mainstay of the repertory, especially in France. It was the first work in the history of the Paris Opera to reach the milestone of 1,000 performances.
“Les Huguenots” was last performed at the Metropolitan Opera in 1915, in an Italian translation with a cast that included Enrico Caruso.
The August 2009 SummerScape production at the Fisher Center, Bard College, New York was staged by the young American director Thaddeus Strassberger, winner of the 2005 European Opera Directing Prize, in collaboration with the Spanish photographer and filmmaker Eugenio Recuenco who together with Eric Dover, art directed the revival.
It is majestic opera at its purest, featuring a large cast and chorus, all against a sobering backdrop of bigotry and hatred.
Nina L’Eau by Nina Ricci film directed by Eugenio Recuenco and art directed by Eric Dover.