I post-produced this intensely detailed homage to cinema, style and briefcases
that was the brainchild of noted visual artist Marco Brambilla who brought his celebrated brand of surrealism to play. I managed a team of Flame artists led by the fantastic Colin Stackpole over several months to create the foundation of an interactive experience in which the viewer had the ability to change what they saw at any given time by tilting their head. The finished spot eventually was chosen as an FWA Site of the Day. The version shown here is not interactive but still pretty nice looking.
The shoot took place at a stage in Berlin and was essentially a giant greenscreen element capture to provide the jigsaw puzzle pieces that we composited together into the final film. One of my favorite pieces of footage was one of birds shot with a strobe light to provide tracking information – a quietly mysterious moment.
|Post Producer||Barry Gilbert|
|Production Company||Light of Day|
|Executive Producer||Amy Taylor|
|Line Producer||Mungo Maclagan|
|Lead Compositor||Colin Stackpole|
|Additional Compositors||Elsa Tu, Mark Wilhelm, Jenna deAngelis|
|2D Lead||Justin Barnes|
|Color Grade||Andrew Martin @ Light of Day|