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Trailer from All That Remains (Clip)
Date: February 8, 2008
Running Time: 00:06:00

All That Remains is an intricate mosaic of sequences of animated abstract images and musical passages that create a chaotic yet tightly choreographed portrayal of figurative matter in perpetual decomposition. The sound consists of dynamic and evolving patterns of musical textures and phrases. Dense masses of granular “particles” often converge to create progressive patterns of movement, which alternate with recurring looped vocal passages. 
The animated imagery was created through a multitude of experimental processes, including video ‘rephotography’ of direct-on-35mm-film animated sequences (painting and etching imagery direct on 35mm clear and black film stocks), object animation, handmade animated mattes, and ‘animated rephotography’ of live action sequences. The imagery was composited and edited in digital post-production.
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