Mathieu Gérard created “Steel Life” for his master thesis at Arts et Technologies de l’Image. There isn’t really a tangible narrative to the film. It is more a work of abstract realism utilizing imagery inspired by nature.

The soundtrack, composed by Mathieu Alvado and performed by the Star Pop Orchestra, is really amazing and does a lot of work to create a really compellingly grand sense of scope and drama. As an abstract piece, it is really beautiful.

The film will be screened at this year’s F5. festival (I so wish I could be there).

You can also check out the inner-workings in Gérard’s making-of film.

All of this found by way of the almight Motionographer.

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3 Responses to “Steel Life”

  1. Gotecki Says:

    a bit pointless…

  2. Christopher Says:

    Pointlessly beautiful.

  3. Patrick Says:

    I really enjoyed watching this while drinking my morning coffee :)
    I kind of feel it would have caught me attention more if it was accompanied with some type of electronic music, but still this is a beautiful piece of digital art. I might just share it on my blog 😉

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