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Brief Published: 16 Oct 2012

Eran Amir: Black & White (In Colour)


US-based filmmaker Eran Amir uses visual trickery and clever choreography to transform black-and-white video into colour without using any digital post-production editing.

The two-minute film Black & White (In Colour) first appears as a colourless breakfast scene viewed through a black-and-white lens, and is gradually revealed as a considered paint job as vibrant colour is reintroduced to the image.

Check out the video below, as well as the making of this video here.

Eran Amir

Art & Design