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Club Palace: Short Film by Caravane Studio

Published Jun 12, 2018

Creative director Camille Boyer worked in collaboration with cinematographer Nik Mirus and Caravane Studio to create ‘Club Palace’, a surreal short film featuring a gorgeous set that looks computer generated.

“Shot entirely in camera combining live action with stop motion, no CGI was used in the making of this film.

Club Palace is more than a place or a destination; it’s an all-encompassing experience that takes the viewer on a dreamlike journey through numerous dimensions. A journey to surreal spaces where light, sound and gravity play tricks with our senses. Moving from small confined spaces to an imaginary open world, Club Palace is all about exploration, curiosity and embracing the unknown.”

Produced by: L’Éloi

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