The Gold of the Pharaohs exhibition embraces more than 150 masterpieces from the Cairo Museum, some which have never left Cairo before. The exhibition itself is stunning, the icing on the cake is the short film created by the Paris company Fleur de Papier. It is a beautiful, engaging short story of the people behind the objects, what they were like, and what was important to them. The film is purposely created for the exhibition and I was intrigued to find out who was behind the creation.
How did you get involved in the exhibition?
We had worked with the Grimaldi Forum teams on the previous exhibition “The Forbidden City in Monaco”. They contacted us again this year to imagine a new experience.
Have you created short films before similar to this?
The Fleur de Papier agency has been around for almost 10 years. We have made many films for exhibitions, but this one is the most gigantic. The size of the screens, their number, the skylight and the spatialized sound make it a unique experience that goes beyond the screen. You have to be in the room to live it
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