There is a quite popular and original type of exhibitions in Europe, where the multimedia, lighting, scenery, graphics and special effects allow the visitor to get involved in the exposition, whether it be a wild dinosaur park, an anthill, a battlefield or a theatrical stage in times of Moliere. Recently we translated several quite voluminous press releases from French, which contained comments and reviews of some projects of a French company, running a scenography, museography and multimedia production business.
Stage scenery can be built in both open and indoor area. It lets you, for example, observe a pack of wolves with a participation effect! Such amazing experience becomes possible thanks to the 3D image projection and to the true story of a wolf called Ligabue, which GPS collar allowed to trace its route. We also translated from French the project overview, which says that the stage scenery occupies an area of almost 700 square meters, and the performance duration is one hour.
Another exposition invites you to the age of alchemy. This project occupies six halls and offers its visitors to enjoy the atmosphere of a Creuse-style café and a distilling plant with its true spirits! Creuse is a department in central France. The adjective `creusois` means that it is related to Creuse department or an eponymous river, which flows along the area. So that`s why the expression `un café creusois` could be translated as a Creuse café. The translation also mentioned a curious fact about the Creuse pie (gâteau creusois) — a signature dish of this French department, which is traditionally served in local restaurants. Its recipe has been translated from the Old French of XV century and kept as a secret: there are only 31 members of the Creuse association of pastry chefs, who have the right to bake and sell this delicious pie with a hazelnut filling.
The French scenographic company offers Russian entertainment companies to purchase these stage sceneries as well as full multimedia projects. The already available languages for the projects are French, English, Spanish and German. We are hopeful that these conceptual projects would be of interest to our fellow citizens and our agency could continue working on the French-Russian translation of this ambitious project.
to read it in Russian.
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