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Celluloid

Artjail teamed up with acclaimed video artist Marco Brambilla to create this short film that was acquired by Vera Wang and is currently installed in her flagship Beverly Hills store. The installation is an impressive 8 panel wall mounted version that plays as an offset reel of film. The film was originally shot on Red Camera then effected in Autodesk Flame. We created transitions stitching multiple takes into one seamless clip and digitally hand painted degradation techniques to the footage. Out of the Flame the footage was scanned to 35mm motion picture film, where it was further degraded in multiple passes using bleach and other photo chemical processes. Those results were then loaded back into the flame where we used elements of the multiple degraded film prints to create more specific degradation. The silhouettes and other visual cues were also something handled in Flame. Director: Marco Brambilla VFX: Artjail Creative Director / Lead Flame: Steve Mottershead Flame / Editor: Beau Dickson Flame Assist: Ben Vaccaro Music: Nicolas Jaar

Advertiser

Brand: Vera Wang

Music and Sound

Composer: Nicolas Jaar

Offline

Edit Company: Artjail

Editor: Beau Dickson

Post Production / VFX

2D Supervisor: Steve Mottershead

Executive Producer: Arthur Portnoy

Flame: Steve Mottershead

Flame Assist: Ben Vaccaro

Post Production House: Artjail

Production Company

Director: Marco Brambilla

Category: Clothing/fashion, Day/night wear

Genre: Digital, Experiential, Fashion & Beauty, In-camera effects, Luxury, People, Visual VFX