International production company Park Pictures director Laurent Chanez leads viewers down a rabbit hole of over-stimulating exploration in pop composer Thomas Azier’s new music video “Love, Disorderly.” The 5:02 film stacks raw footage of life’s moments between the landmark and the mundane over the mostly instrumental track, flowing from continent to continent across Asia, Europe and North America. Combined with screaming synth and dissonant chords, the music video grips viewers with its dynamic imagery and momentum.

French director Chanez has directed commercials for both the European and American markets, winning several awards for projects including Tommy Hilfiger Fragrances “True Star,” featuring Beyonce Knowles, and “Flower by Kenzo.” Utilizing a multi-faceted approach, Laurent finesses imagery and aesthetic for clients as diverse as Nike, Mastercard, Gucci, Nintendo, L’Oreal, Benetton, Hyundai, Orange, Volkswagen and Lexus.


Director: Laurent Chanez
Music: Thomas Azier
Producer: Magali Selosse
Editor: Fabrice Rouaud

Camera Work:
Kaname Onoyama
Mathieu Plainfosse
Franck Tymezuk
Simon Coull
Laurent Chanez

Camera Crew:
Bob Ragozzine
Kazim Kara
Dan Kack
Anouk Stiegler
Sylvain Chaux
Amandine Nolin

Post Production: Mikros Technicolor
Quentin Martin
Fabrice Damolini

Telecine: Jacky Lefresne

Sound Design: Stephane Guyot

With The Participation Of:
Sompheth Chaleun
Deng Chaleun
Delphine Dores
Richard Mettler
Lou Bishop
Liam Bishop
Lydie Alberto
Slate Hemedi / Crazy Alliance Crew
Constant Buisson
Antonia Salvucci
Steve Ramos

Additional Help:
Gilles Guerlet
Leila Ligougne
Kevin Bago
Gretchen Killmon
Clement Price-Thomas
RVZ Paris