Stuff we DIDN'T use for the making of this video (but would if we had it, Santa...):
Zacuto Scorpion DSLR Rig
Chrosziel Matte Box
Redrock Micro Follow Focus
Kessler Oracle with Camera Control Module
Vinten Vision 250 stand & head
A women walks in the Musée du Louvre, alone.
The museum is completely empty.
We follow this young woman in her dreamlike journey through the different rooms of the museum, between amazement and beauty, art and poetry.
The woman : Eve Claudel
Director : Florent Igla
DOP : Benjamin Ramalho
Steadicam operator & Camera : Aymeric Colas
First AC : Sonia Bisch
Editor : Camille Guyot
Color Grader : Arthur Paux
Flame Artist : Gregg Langlois
Smoke Artist : Bruno Beaudouin
Production Company : O.I.
Client : Musée du Louvre de Paris & Nintendo
Music : Sigur Rós - "Suð Í Eyrum"
This a director's cut version of a movie I've made for clients Musée du Louvre and Nintendo.
This a personal version.
There's no and there'll not commercial exploitation with this movie.
Commissioned by Trapcode to showcase Mir. Made by POTEMKIN.
POTEMKIN notes: "This low poly semi-epic child hood tribute space saga called EXODUS was born when Peder Norrby asked us to make a short film using Trapcode MIR. We accepted the challenge, made up a multi part narrative and went to work, letting the plugin affect both our creative, narrative and technical results.
This is the first part of a space epic, establishing the protagonists and a fragment of the universe as well as the timeline in which EXODUS takes place."
Music and visuals by Magnus Östergren
Production management by Thomas Oger
Produced by POTEMKIN
Commissioned by TRAPCODE / Peder Norrby