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February 2018

In the second installment of “The Art of Filming LARP” we look at Eric Dubé‘s work with Bicolline. Eric’s work as a videographer and photographer have made him famous in the LARP community, and today we highlight one of his greatest short films to date.

Filmed in 2013, this amazing piece of filming and editing highlights some of the most beautiful and exciting aspects of “The Grand Battle of Bicolline”, the location’s largest and most prestigious event. With thousands of players on the field of battle, and 7 days of fun, this LARP event is a beautiful example of a well developed LARP setting playing backdrop to some fantastic camera and editing work. Bravo!

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Thomas Miller

As Creative Director of LARPing.org, Tom's time is spent doing everything from research, design, development, writing and editing. This Detroit native attends LARPs all over the US, and enjoys everything from Post-Apoc to Modern Culture LARP settings. He currently sits as Lead Plot and Story designer for The Voyage North.

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