A vineyard with a rich history


Images during the production process

Scenography images

©Cité des Climats et des Vins de Bourgogne – Antoine Martel

A project to celebrate the vineyards and climates of Burgundy, through a spectacular 9-minute film, the viewer discovers the history of Burgundy. The immersion begins 200 million years ago with the times of the Earth and the geological phenomena that formed the specific subsoil of this region. Then comes the time of men and the discovery of centuries of wine exploitation from antiquity to the present day.
On this device, we created the animated sequences that populate the landscapes of the film. It is a sober animation aesthetic, only in sketched white line that was chosen to be superimposed on the richness of the filmed images. The key frame animations (frame by frame drawing) and motion design were made with Grease Pencil (Blender) and After Effect. The Museum are made-up of 3 sites: Mâcon, Chablis and Beaune. Our group (Drôle de Trame representative) was in charge of audiovisual and multimedia production for Chablis and Mâcon. The film was edited in 2 versions to adapt to the scenographies of the two places.



Owner: Bureau interprofessionnel des vins de Bourgogne

Lead contractor in the consortium: Drôle de Trame

Director: Corinne Planchais (Drôle de Trame)

Les Fées Spéciales
Artistic director: Marie Saby
Design: Léa Cluzel
Animation: Maxime Labate, Jean-Baptiste Marchand, Julien Delwaulle, Léa Cluzel
Conformation & rendering: Lucile Le Boullec, Alexis Poinot, Damien Picard et Aimée Boutet
Technical director: Flavio Perez

Production Manager: Natalène Darfeuille
Developers: Baptiste Delos, Valentin Braem
Studio: Sophie Marron, Eric Serre