Using Live Screen Graphics for Movie Production

Using Live Screen Graphics for Movie Production

Befores & Afters published an article describing live screen visual effects made for the cast of the French submarine tale Le Chant du Loup (also known as The Wolf’s Call).

Befores & Afters published an article describing live screen visual effects made for the cast of the French submarine tale Le Chant du Loup (also known as The Wolf’s Call).

When watching a movie we all could notice some actors pointing at, clicking or tapping a screen. Usually, in these situations, people are looking at simply nothing wondering how this would be like when the movie is finally released.

This did not happen with Le Chant du Loup. The cast had an opportunity to interact with the graphics made by Territory Studio. Therefore, it was a lot easier for the actors to plunge into the atmosphere of the underwater drama.

“My first inspiration for this film came from when I embarked on a submarine myself,” notes director Antonin Baudry. “I was surrounded in the room by all these sounds and visual representations of sounds, and I found it beautiful. And I really wanted to give the audience the same feeling I had.”

“I didn’t want these screens to be part of visual ‘post-production’ effects,” adds Baudry. “I wanted them to really see and act and interact with what they were seeing because the sounds that they’re perceiving in the submarine are the sound of threats, or in a way, the launch action. So it was important for me to have them interacting with something that was real.”

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