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The Starry Sand Beach

A Short film by Nina Barbier, Huang Hsin-chien

Produced by Lucid Realities

Production year : 2021

    Synopsis

    The Starry Sand Beach is a scientific fairy tale about the starry grains of sand found on multiple beaches across the East China Sea, and the legend that surrounds them. 

    The experience is divided into three parts: the legend, the underwater forest and the exploration of the Earth’s ancient geological memory. All throughout the experience and along with the foraminifera, you witness signs of the many threats to the marine and coral microorganisms, embodied by a sea serpent symbolizing the acidification of the oceans.

     

    Production and distribution (2)

    Executive Producer :

    Lucid Realities

    Full credits (10)

    Spatial mixer :

    Franck Weber

    Screenwriter :

    Nina Barbier

    Sound Recordist :

    Vincent Joinville

    Sound Editor :

    Franck Weber

    Artistic Director :

    Huang Hsin-chien

    Executive Producer :

    Chloé Jarry

    Voice-overs :

    Anna Flori Lamour, Sharon Mann

    Production manager :

    Alessandra Bogi

    Music Composer :

    Armand Amar

    Sound mixers :

    Armand Amar, Vincent Joinville

    Technical details

    Short film

    Genres :

    Documentary, Animated film

    Sub-genre :

    Immersive work, Immersive work, Virtual Reality, Fairy tale, Research - Experimental

    Themes :

    Environment, Politics, Ocean

    Production language :

    French, English

    Production country :

    France

    Original French-language productions :

    Unspecified

    Nationality :

    100% French (France)

    Production year :

    2021

    Runtime :

    15 min

    Production formats :

    Computer generated images

    Color type :

    Color

    Aspect ratio :

    VR 6DoF

    Audio format :

    3D

    Rating restrictions :

    None