May 09, 2009

Le Sens Propre: A new short film shot with RED + CS4

Working on a commission from Adobe, Brazilian director Cisma* recently created “Le Sens Propre,” rather surreal story about “a dream-like voyage in the universe of a little girl.” Cisma & team used a RED camera followed by an exclusive Adobe CS4 Production Premium workflow (no non-Adobe products touched the film–no 3D software, etc.).

Adobe’s Scott Morris writes,

Several high-profile artists have been commissioned by Adobe to do work using the various CS4 toolsets, to really show off what the products can do. Le Sens Proper now joins work from other artists and graphic designers including John Kelly, Nando Costa, Genevieve Gauckler, and Erik Natzke.

Check out their work on the new AdobeArtists.com. For a Q&A with the director plus production stills, check out this piece from Motionographer.

* According to the Adobe Artists site, “Cisma” (aka Denis Kamioka) took his name from the Portuguese word for “strong and irrational conviction.” My kind of guy.

Posted by John Nack at 10:30 AM on May 09, 2009

Comments

  • Mark Thomas — 3:40 PM on May 09, 2009

    Its curious all the hoopla being raised over the RED when the truly groundbreaking camera is the three-layer Genesis.…

  • Steve Howard — 7:27 AM on May 10, 2009

    oh! It’s QT! What’s wrong with Flash video?
    :-)
    [FWIW, the film streams in Flash video on the Adobe Artists site. I just wanted to spread the love to the site where I originally found the piece. --J.]

  • Mike Hedge — 9:47 AM on May 10, 2009

    loved it

Copyright © 2014 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved.
Terms of Use | Privacy Policy and Cookies (Updated)