Nemo Sandman

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Nemo Sandman
Nemo at the Imaginales 2011.jpg
Born (1966-04-22)22 April 1966
Paris, France
Years active 1989present day

Nemo Sandman is a French composer, film director and illustrator. He is best known for his controversial musical videos on MTV for New Model Army,[1] Lustral,[2] Ten Mother Tongues, M.I.E.L,[3] Gabriela Arnon, End of Orgy,[4] Rise and Fall of a Decade and his arty commercials for Virgin France.

Nemo Sandman also produced and directed international award-winning video,Riding The Rafale featuring the Jet Fighter Rafale made by Dassault with François Robinaud. He pursued his collaboration with Justin Sullivan co-signing the music and Joolz Denby on screenplays.

As a composer, for the German label Black Rain, Nemo Sandman signed the symphonic remixes (track 2 Tchetcheny My Love and track 11 Don't Save The museum - Urban Remix) on the CD Tribute to a Friend from the double album Love it or leave it by the Rise and Fall of Decade.[5] He also produced and directed the musical video of Don't Save The Museum - Urban Remix [6]

As an illustrator, Nemo Sandman signed the successful French version of Jeffrey Lord's Richard Blade Series since December 2007.[7]

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