Watch This: Mesmerizing Sci-Fi Short Film 'EVE' Made by Eric Gandois
Time to finally see an impressive short film I've been waiting years to feature here on FS. This short is called EVE and is made by a French concept artist turned filmmaker named Eric Gandois, making a strong first impression with this work. I originally got see the short in full two years ago, but it has been kept off the internet until now. The film stars Delphine Chaneac, seen in Vincenzo Natali's Splice, as a woman living in a future where there's barely any oxygen left and most of life on our planet has died off. It's entirely dialogue free and uses visuals and her performance to tell the story. I love discovering great work like this and featuring it, as this could be the beginning of an exciting filmmaking career for Gandois. Watch below.
Found on Vimeo. Description: A 3D movie set in a futuristic & poetic universe without any dialog. The last moments of humanity on earth before nature resumes his duties. Eve is a short film shot and imagined in 3D with a professional filmmaking team, including Joséphine Derobe as the 3D stereographer, who worked on Pina by Wim Wenders. It's both written and directed by French filmmaker Eric Gandois, who was a storyboard artist on Lucy and From Paris with Love. Featuring cinematography by Antoine Monod, and VFX by La Maison. This was originally made and finished a few years ago, playing at festivals all over the world, but is just now available online. For more info on the short, visit Eric's official site or their Facebook.