Priscilla Telmon & Vincent Moon are a collaborating artist duo working under the name “Petites Planètes,”as independent filmmakers and sound-explorers. Together they produce ethnographic experimental films and music recordings, that are based on material collected from their numerous travels.
Dubbed “the re-inventor of the music video” by the New York Times, born in the digital and internet age, Vincent was the main director of the ‘Take Away Shows’ of La Blogothèque.
The online project of music films on indie-rock band and other famous musicians, like R.E.M, Tom Jones or Arcade Fire, revolutionized the concept of music video and the way of filming music in the entire world.
Since 2009, Moon dedicates himself to his nomadic label, la Collection Petites Planètes. Crossing the world, his camera and computer in his backpack, making ethnographic-experimental films in an independent way, recording traditional and sacred music, religious and shamanic rituals, then sharing it all for free on internet, under a Creative Commons licence.
Director, Photographer and writer, member of the Society of French Explorers, since 1999, she dedicated herself to long trips combining history and adventure, paying homage to the wisdom tradition and mystery of the cultures she visited.
Her passion for exploration of ancient cultures gave birth to films, reportages and books, working in the international printing press, on tv and museum. Priscilla signed expeditions on the last nomads, sacred rituals and shamanism.
Not least, she published ‘La Chevauchée des Steppes’, and ‘Carnets de Steppes’, on her 6 months adventure on horseback from Kazakhstan to the Aral Sea. She also published ‘Himalayas’, and directed the feature film ‘Voyage au Tibet Interdit’, on her ultimate expedition by foot and alone through the Himalayas during 7 months, following the steps of french explorer Alexandra David Neel.
photo by Camille Bokhobza