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01/25/2011 UPDATE www.ccbng.com The artists that created the "Fallen Angel" video have a new website. They call themselves CocoBongo, and they even have a mirror of the original "making of" website at the link that I posted. 10/08/2008 UPDATE www.fallenangelmakingof.com "Making of El Ángel de Campdevànol" includes photographs of the full makeup (including the wings) being applied, and even a directors cut of the film. Very cool! 12/06/2006 The first thing you should notice is that the video doesnt show us the entire span of time from 0:37 to 1:15, as evidenced by its timestamp that jumps forward several times. Either the camera was being turned on and off, or else the video was edited down later. Its probably safe to assume the latter because, out of the 38-minute period suggested by the timestamp, we only witness 60 seconds of it, which conveniently creates the videos succinct narrative of stumbling upon a fallen angel. First, we see the group surveying the forest (0:51), and then crossing a foot bridge (0:58). A few minutes later, they discover a white feather (1:03), and then, after a few more traveling shots during which one of them swears hes been hearing noises (1:06-1:14), we bear witness to their climactic discovery of the creature (1:15). After a couple seconds of the necessary running and screaming, the video cuts off abruptly. This clever editing suggests two things. 1) the group was relatively confident of the creatures identity (evidenced by the videos ...
PS: Hier findet man die neue Webseite mit dem "Making of": http://www.ccbng.com/#/work/20