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Raveyards 'Remember' by Charles De Meyer

David Knight - 28th May 2012

Awesome visual effects work by Belgian CGI master Charles De Meyer for Raveyards' Remember, following thee passage of a businessman on a street who happens to undergoing a remarkable and painful transformation, to the general indifference of passers-by...

Awesome visual effects work by Belgian CGI master Charles De Meyer for Raveyards' Remember, following thee passage of a businessman on a street who happens to undergoing a remarkable and painful transformation, to the general indifference of passers-by... "The band wanted a story and look that was creepy and dark, so I focused on conveying a mood and a feeling rather than tell a "proper" story," Charles explains. "The lyrics speak of painful memories, and what stood out for me was that notion of incessant pain that slowly builds up. We tried to do something very visceral, but without resorting to gore. I honestly am not much of a horror-film fan." Its the first video by Charles (aka Chuck Eklectric) since his <em>tour de force</em> of photorealistic CGI for Amon Tobin's Esthers a couple of years back, and he will shortly be represented by Monodot's new label, Wrong. More information on that coming soon...

"The band wanted a story and look that was creepy and dark, so I focused on conveying a mood and a feeling rather than tell a "proper" story," Charles explains. "The lyrics speak of painful memories, and what stood out for me was that notion of incessant pain that slowly builds up. We tried to do something very visceral, but without resorting to gore. I honestly am not much of a horror-film fan."

Awesome visual effects work by Belgian CGI master Charles De Meyer for Raveyards' Remember, following thee passage of a businessman on a street who happens to undergoing a remarkable and painful transformation, to the general indifference of passers-by... "The band wanted a story and look that was creepy and dark, so I focused on conveying a mood and a feeling rather than tell a "proper" story," Charles explains. "The lyrics speak of painful memories, and what stood out for me was that notion of incessant pain that slowly builds up. We tried to do something very visceral, but without resorting to gore. I honestly am not much of a horror-film fan." Its the first video by Charles (aka Chuck Eklectric) since his <em>tour de force</em> of photorealistic CGI for Amon Tobin's Esthers a couple of years back, and he will shortly be represented by Monodot's new label, Wrong. More information on that coming soon...

Its the first video by Charles (aka Chuck Eklectric) since his tour de force of photorealistic CGI for Amon Tobin's Esthers a couple of years back, and he will shortly be represented by Monodot's new label, Wrong. More information on that coming soon...

Awesome visual effects work by Belgian CGI master Charles De Meyer for Raveyards' Remember, following thee passage of a businessman on a street who happens to undergoing a remarkable and painful transformation, to the general indifference of passers-by... "The band wanted a story and look that was creepy and dark, so I focused on conveying a mood and a feeling rather than tell a "proper" story," Charles explains. "The lyrics speak of painful memories, and what stood out for me was that notion of incessant pain that slowly builds up. We tried to do something very visceral, but without resorting to gore. I honestly am not much of a horror-film fan." Its the first video by Charles (aka Chuck Eklectric) since his <em>tour de force</em> of photorealistic CGI for Amon Tobin's Esthers a couple of years back, and he will shortly be represented by Monodot's new label, Wrong. More information on that coming soon...

David Knight - 28th May 2012

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Director
Charles De Meyer
Production Company
monodot / wrong
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Director of Photography
Manu Alberts
Focus Puller
Benjamin Morel

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Art Director
Nicolas Vander Biest

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Koen Timmerman
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David Knight - 28th May 2012

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