"The ancient Greeks had two words for time: Chronos and Kairos. Kairos means the opportune moment for the accomplishment of a crucial action. The « supreme » moment." K A I R O S is a visual poem exploring the concept of time perception. It's an allegorical vision of the French Open final 2016. After trying for years to succeed in Roland-Garros, Novak Djokovic triumphed at last to become the eighth man in history to complete the career Grand Slam.

written and directed by Neels Castillon

narrated by Johnny B.A.N.G Reilly
production company • Motion Palace
producer • Ariane Cornic
music & sound design • Yann Rouquet
cinematography • Pierre Jouvion, Neels Castillon
colorist • Nicolas Guibert @Mikros Image
sound supervision • Benjamin Desplanques, Grégoire Musso @Benzene
voice recordist • Bruce Keen
re-recording mixer • Loic Cavenet
editor • Neels Castillon
production coordinator • Sandrine Laveau
production assistant • Sébastien Rouquet
camera assistant • Arthur Turpin
camera provider • RVZ
special thanks • Mathieu Janneau, Jean-Lin Roig
supported by Fédération Française de Tennis