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nesta', the Signature Sketch collection of caricature filmic moments in the festival community.

nestaart provides a visual narrative of film and celebrity on the film festival circuit and with her experience in production of storyboards, the design of film and tv sets.

Nesta's sketchbooks are full of the character and environment settings of both cinema and literary worlds, they are an original storyboard collection of festival travel sketches, with pen and paper.

Nesta's Sketch Collection commenced in 2007 covering The Berlinale Talent Campus, Edinburgh Film & Literature Festival, Cannes Film Festival, Venice Film Festival, Viennale Festival, London BFI Film Festival, Discovering Latin America Film Festival, Hay on Wye Literary Festival at Hay ... the International Film Festival Summit talks and the fictional San Lorenzo Festival... aswell as various Key London cultural events, Millers Academy of Arts and Science, Intelligence Squared, YouGov and TED Salon talks.

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RUST AND BONE wins BFI London Film Festival Award for best film, Sketch by Nesta 2012

I saw Rust and Bone during the Cannes Film festival, in the company of a bone doctor. His intrigue was medical, and mine artistic.

I composed a drawing through the film, which seems to me, Audiard's description of a key scene:

The film's treatment of a key scene for Cotillard's character, Stéphanie, is a central moment to the story; a chaotic, dream-like sequence, slowed down to the point of abstraction. "We start out very realistic," Audiard says. "We shoot the marine show just as it is, very natural then we go outside the point of view of the character: what we make is more like a fantasy. It could be an image a child dreamed, after the story was told to him."


RUST AND BONE wins BFI London Film Festival Award for best film, Sketch by Nesta 2012
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