A surreal video with characters moving around in the same space. Video by Vallée Duhamel.
Strangers is a short film by Vallée Duhamel that tells the surreal stories of characters moving around in the same space in a complex choreography of interlaced paths. The tight human pattern they weave often comes really close to overlapping, yet they remain invisible to one another.
An hommage to Oscar-winning 1982 film “Tango” by Zbigniew Rybszynski.
Directed by : Julien Vallée & Eve Duhamel
Produced by : Sailor Productions
Cinematographer : John Londono
Choreographer : Isabelle Boulanger
Music by : Pressure by Milk & Bone
Post-Production : Mels & Erik Gagnon
Girl waking up : Wensi Yan
Guy jumping : Daniel Alwell
Girl reading a book : Lydia Weber
Girl with the ball : Kimberly Bittner quinn
Giant girl : Amanda Van Der Siebes
Dancer girl : Brontë Poiré-Prest
Giant guy : Theodore Pellerin
Girl in the window : Solène Buxo-Marti
Makeup and hair artist : Maïna Militza
Makeup and hair assistant : Josianne Morin & Josianne Cournoyer
Stylist : Tinashe Musara
Clothes are courtesy of :
Laugh by Lafaille
1st camera assistant : Kevin Corvellec
DIT / Video Assist : Daniel Lacasse
gaffer : Jackson Girard
Best Boy Electrician : Julie Martel
Electrician : Alexandre de Ernsted
Vallée Duhamel is a studio founded by Julien Vallée and Eve Duhamel. It specializes in high quality lo-fi videos, visuals, and installations, favouring a playful and experimental approach toward work.