The Film Stage just posted this 72-minute-long trailer for Ambiancé, a film that, when released in 2020, will be the longest ever made at 720 hours (30 days). Here’s more from The Film Stage.
Only available until July 20th, this 72-minute preview highlights what is described as “space and time is intertwined into a surreal dream-like journey beyond places.” Said to be “an abstract nonlinear narrative summary of the artist’s time spent with the moving image,” Weberg indicates it will be his last film and after a single, global screening in all continents of the world in 2020, it will be destroyed.
So this is basically a Tibetan sand mandala of a film, right? The story also reports that there will be a 7 hour and 20 minute trailer released in 2016 and a 72 hour, final trailer in 2018.
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