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A generative network of nodes starts to grow exponentially, ultimately flowering into an ashcolored bushel of weightless tentacles. The Dress, an abstract fashion film made by Saint-Louis, a team of French post production experts and visual effects specialists, opens up on a dark cavernous planet—a barren desert with mountain ranges that look like piles of grounded up charcoal. Actress Gwendoline Christie, who some of you may know better as Brienne of Tarth, stars as the films protagonist, becoming increasingly consumed by the organic materials around her.

Director: Barnaby Roper
Concept: Barnaby Roper & Iris Van Herpen
Starring: Gwendoline Christie
Music: Salvador Breed & Stijn van Beek
Executive producer: Elisabeth Fabri
Director of Photography: Baptiste Chesnais
Editor: Matt Nee
VFX supervisor: Sylvery Bolotte
Compositing supervisor: Gaston Marcotti
VFX AD: Vincent Chazal
Concept artists: Boris Coyère, Christobal de Oliveiras
CG artists: Vincent Malizia, Yves Bosson, Thierry-Quentin Chiche
FX artists: Thomas Lefèvre, Jean Lamoureux, Malik Nahassia
Compositing artists: Fabrice Fernandez, Jeanne Loyer, Léo Verdier, Mathieu Caulet, François Gilguy, Sofi Vaillant, Pénélope Vandecave
Compositing assistant: Alexia Ascione
VFX editor: Goulven Jouret
Grading: Sylvain Canaux
Post-producer: Jean-Marc Raygade
Coordinator of post-production: Rachel Hue
Engineering services: Pierre Masseran, Arthur Georget
Production: Premiere-Heure / U-Turn / St-Louis

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Comment by The Justified Sinner on November 11, 2016 at 9:51am

WOW!

Breathtaking.

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