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Vallée Duhamel

Montreal-based duo Julien Vallée and Eve Duhamel, or as they’re more widely known, Vallée Duhamel, continually surprise and delight by directing complex narratives that combine art direction, design, and hand-rigged objects with high-end production techniques.
Their pieces for Google and Hermés and their last independent short film Strangers showcase their synthesis of techniques: sometimes stop-motion, sometimes very basic visual effects (in the style of George Méliès), sometimes CGI.
The secret of their style lies in freeing themselves from the limit of some techniques and rather using them as a toolbox to employ depending on each idea.

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