18 Months In The Making: Bioluminescent Cacti Come To Life In Stunning Short “Dry Lights”

by • May 27, 2015 • MoviesComments (0)612

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Experimental filmmaker Xavier Chassaing is the newest member of groundbreaking visual label Antivj, and his stunning new short film, Dry Lights, is taking the world by storm. The Creators Project writes: “‘I literally spent a year and a half alone in a cold desert at night trying to bring billions of cacti to life in an intricate choreography,’ Chassaing says in the project’s press release. ‘And with 3D rendering, nothing exists on its own, there are no happy accidents. I had to navigate through a lot of painfully disappointing images before getting to what I love about 3D — its endless potential for creation.'”

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