Ahead of the video game's release on May 24th, short-movie Ghost Recon Alpha, directed by François Alaux and Hervé de Crécy, produced by Ubisoft Motion Pictures and Little Minx will be screened in exclusivity on French Television W9 on thursday May 3rd and will be presented at FMX on Wednesday 9th.
Inspired by the video game Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Future Soldier, and novels by Tom Clancy, this film is totally driven by military action and opens up with a scene where an overtrained unit called "Ghost" is tracking down a dangerous arms dealer.
Ubisoft together with RSA, company owned by Ridley and Tony Scott and their subsidiary Little Minx, produced this short-action movie. Shot in 35mm in Czech Republic, the film was edited by Pietro Scalia.
Mikros image handled most of post-production : set supervision, grading color and visual effects. On the set, Nicolas Rey and Stéphane Richez collected many references that were helpful to design CG robots, absolute guest stars of the film.
35 vfx artists teamed up to complete 330 vfx shots with a huge phase on compositing to integrate Cg elements into shot sequences. CG Lead Antoine Carlon has prepared a behind the scenes that will be presented at FMX conference. Frédéric Groetschel and Nicolas Rey will be at Joëlle Caroline and Frédéric Thonet 's side to explain the challenges of this ambitious project.
Mikros image : mikrosimage.eu/
Exclusive screening on French Television : com.w9.fr/ghost_recon/
FMX : fmx.de/program/event-details/event/540/802/38/802/detail/Event.html