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General Elektriks 'Different Blue' by Arno Salters
Arno Salters' fifth video for General Elektriks - the musical project led by his brother Hervé Salters - makes the most of Hervé and his band's totally wired energy by multiplying it numerous times, through the magic of motion control.
Created in a huge warehouse-like space in Berlin, Arno worked with UKMVA-nominated cinematographer Cezary Zacharewicz and motion control operator Heiko Matting of Berlin-based Mastermoves to shoot the video, with Paris VFX studio Mathematic providing the Flame, Nuke and grading work that stitched the different takes together.
The result is a mesmerizing, brilliantly visual tour de force. It's buzzing. Here's the making of.
|Executive Producer||Nils Schwemer|
|Production Manager||Justus Toussaint|
|Director of Photography||Cezary Zacharewicz|
|1st AC||Alan Smithee|
|2nd AC||Alina Albrecht|
|Other credits||Motion Control: Mastermoves Operator: Heiko Matting Operator Assistant: Pascal Rossow Executive Producers: Guillaume Marien, Rebecca Rice Post Producer: Gouna Logan Grade & Vfx Supervision: Anthony Lyant 3D supervision: Jehan Bouazza, Julien Lambert Flame operators: Rime Murday, Fred Brandon, Martin Nuke: Maeva Sol, Sylvette Lavergne Offline: Vincent Martin Art Department: Marie Patzer Art Department Assistant: Max Zahl 1st AC: Alan Smithee DIT: Jeremie Pujau V TR: Daniel Böse Gaffer: Jens Thurmann Best Boy: Sebastian Zinburg Electricians: Tom Sperling, Kevin Klein, Sascha Görlich, Ronald Deter, Sina Blume MakeUp: Elena Schmerberg Catering: Niklas Strauss Runner / Driver: Kira Pohl, Assad Rajab, Bastian Faralisch, Tibor Toussaint, Ben Lucchesi Special Thanks: Arena Berlin, Arri Rental Berlin|
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