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MISSION

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- Your local professional implementing two approaches -

MISSION

"A good fixer is someone who is also a producer and a travel advisor" said one of my past work partners.

That is why I am a fixer, a producer and a travel advisor.

A fixer is a local guide for diverse industries. He or she will lead you to what you need to achieve your films, documentaries, news, articles and stories.

Thus, I work in both industries at the same time: in the audiovisual industry as Hisanori Tamura, and in tourism/promotion/consultant (discovery) as Nomad Souls' Inn.

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Fixing


FIXING

by Hisanori Tamura

Fixing


FIXING

by Hisanori Tamura

From TV stations to production companies, I am available not only for fixing individual journalists or production companies, but as a producer and a screenwriter myself, I can find you subjects, topics and themes for your fictional and non-fictional films, documentaries, news and articles.

Currently I have gained work experience with not only individual Anglo-Saxon and French filmmakers and journalists, but also mainly with French medias such as TF1, France Télévisions (F2, F3, F4, F5), Canal +, TV5 Monde, M6, France 24, RMC Découverte, Voyage, Planète and J-One.

I have also worked with international medias such as BBC, CNN, Al Jazeera and Japanese medias such as NHK World.

I have worked with the following production companies, some being my faithful clients: Tokyo Productions, Carron Film Productions, Grain Media, Galaxie Presse, Twenty First City, Piranha New York, Hikari Productions and Blink.

In the written press, I have worked as a fixer for Newsweek and Madame Figaro, and as a journalist, I have written articles for Korea Times and Japan Lifestyle.

In photography related mission, I have been a personal fixer for renowned photojournalists and photographers such as Nicolas Datiche, Pierre-Emmanuel Delétrée, Sébastien Bruzzo and Paul Giggle.

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Travel Advising


TRAVEL ADVISING

by Nomad Souls' Inn

Travel Advising


TRAVEL ADVISING

by Nomad Souls' Inn

Artists and filmmakers need inspiration to create. And getting out from your cultural sphere by travelling or living abroad would make you more creative. New sounds, smells, language, tastes, sensations, and sights spark revitalization of the mind.

Artists, writers and thinkers have long felt the creative benefits of international travel. Artists such as Thomas Hirschhorn, Nil Yalter, Esther Ferrer, Barthélémy Toguo or Yan Pei-Ming have all fled the confining norms and lifestyles of their home countries to search for inspiration abroad. Fitzgerald and Hemingway left a trail of expat glamour along the left bank that still beckons smitten American intellectuals today. Aldous Huxley, the author of Brave New World, moved from the U.K. to the U.S. in his 40s to branch out into screenwriting.

For Artists and Filmmakers, as well as customers who are passionate about films, fictional writings and art, we propose you tailor-made itineraries and we are available for any creative advices.

One of the best parts of being a documentary filmmaker or being a journalist, is having the ability to capture people, places, and ideas that might otherwise go unseen, and then sharing them with the world.

Ron Fricke, the director of Baraka and Samsara, has made films with no narrative, only a swelling, reverent score, leaving the viewer to add her own commentary. In Baraka, he has shown us from the opening scene in which you can almost touch the steamed, matted fur on Japanese snow monkeys in their alpine bath, it gives you a front-row seat to our planet’s diverse happenings. The chill of Auschwitz’s rusted chambers is palpable, as is the warmth of breaking dawn on a lone street sweeper in Durbar Square, Nepal. And then, you have Life in a Day by Kevin Macdonald and Loressa Clisby, the Baraka of the YouTube era, with 80,000 video submissions from all walks were whittled to an intimate 90 minutes, filled with everyday moments - sizzling eggs at breakfast, a man admiring a woman on the subway - and extraordinary ones; a Japanese boy praying to his dead mother’s shrine, a young gay man coming out to his grandma. We all eat, sleep, communicate, and get around, but Life in a Day reminds us of the myriad ways in which these universalities take shape. The greatest documentaries have been created by talented documentarians and journalists after their multiple voyage to the foreign lands.

For Journalists and Documentarians, as well as customers who are passionate about history, social reality and issues, we propose you tailor-made itineraries and we are available for any journalistic advices.

Monique Péan loves to go to Colombia. Amy Smilovic gets inspired by Tokyo. And Derek Lam becomes more creative in Bhutan. ‘Travel is the biggest inspiration for fashion designers’ says a Canadian-British Imran Amed, the founder and CEO of The Business of Fashion. He found creativity in tiny, offbeat places and the Hong Kong hotel won his heart. Travel is probably the single-most acknowledged inspiration for fashion designers, many of whom take abstract, and sometimes very literal, cues from artists, architecture, uniforms and even vintage clothing that they discover on their trips.

Many designers travel for inspiration, and the destinations that inspired are far and wide, from the countryside of Japan (Joseph Altuzzara), to the sands of the Sahara desert (Chloé), to Sicily in all its ancient Greco-Roman glory (Dolce & Gabbana). Menswear designer Kim Jones’s recent collection was inspired by the royals of Rajasthan. Proenza Schouler’s Jack McCullough and Lazaro Hernandez usually cite a trip they’ve taken somewhere for each of their collections and last time, it was Cuba. 

For Creators and Designers, as well as customers who are passionate about design, architecture and trend, we propose you tailor-made itineraries and we are available for any tendency advices for a unique journey to the development of your insporation.

Not only we have guided individual clients, we also have worked with Le Club de l'Histoire leaded by the renowned Belgian TV presenter, Patrick Weber, Evaneos, Big Holiday International and Creator of M, our most faithful partners.