Syndrome Studio creates crowds for Fall Out Boy "Centuries"

We are really proud to announce that Syndrome Studio used Golaem Crowd to achieve numerous crowd shots, for the latest Fall Out Boy music video "Centuries".

The video takes place in an ancient Roman-era city and tells a kind of "David & Goliath" story. Syndrome had to populate both the city and the coliseum, as always in a short period of time. They met the challenge with great sucess!

Syndrome is an award-winning design and live-action directing studio. Syndrome was launched as an art and installation-driven collective in 2002, in the heart of Los Angeles, by artists Micah Hancock, James Larese, and Mars Sandoval. Along with executive producer Monica Blackburn they evolved into an innovative and bold collaboration of creative synergy. There diverse experience working in multiple forms of media allows them to serve creative agencies, production companies, major networks and studios. 

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