Friday, 13 July 2007

The Voyeur Project

The Voyeur Project from BBDO New York forHBO looks to be an interesting proposition employing the real time techniques of Mike Figgis Timecode with transparent walls. Each floor was filmed separately with its own clock for timing the interaction between each set and the entire collection was then composited by VFX house Asylum. This promotion was directed by Jake Scott of RSA.

Here is the trailer in Flash format. The Quicktime version is available HERE.


Here is Michel Gondry's video for Massive Attack's Protection which makes use of transparent walls though in this case, it was all created in-camera:



Then there's Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window which didn't employ open walls but did make use of a massive, real time set:



The Story Gets Deeper
HBO Voyeur Quicktime
HBO Voyeur YouTube
Motionographer article
FEED article
Asylum FX
Protection YouTube
Rear Window YouTube

1 comment:

Pastry Artist said...

This is an interesting concept and using today's standards, as opposed to Alfred H.'s movie, we're in for an eye-full. Should prove to be interesting.

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