TOMMASSINI, CRONENBERG AND REVENGE ROOM AT THE CENTER OF THE NEW VIDEOMAPPING SHOW ON THE MOLE ANTONELLIANA
24th June- 25th July 2021 - From 10:00 pm
Following last year’s great success, both at our live event and on social media, and with 1.500.000 views from all over the world, the immersive video mapping show on the Mole Antonelliana, produced in collaboration with Iren, is back for a new edition.
In a worldwide premiere, screening each night from Thursday 24th June to Sunday 25th July, the cupola of the building, a symbol of the city of Turin, will be brought to life with images conveying the emotions that only the spectacle of cinema can evoke. The show, lasting about 25 minutes, will be screened in a loop every night from 10:30pm to 00:30am.
The 2021 edition of videomapping will be divided in three sections in a worldwide premiere and the original soundtracks can also be enjoyed for the first time thanks to the MNC XR app (downloadable from the stores), produced by Synesthesia and the Politecnico di Torino.
Coinciding with the exhibition Photocall, on display at the National Museum of Cinema from the 20th July, the show Torino’s Dreaming Photocall, conceived and directed by Luca Tommassini, will also be displayed. This features the most well-known actors and actresses of Italian cinema, alternating with the most famous dance scenes in the history of cinema.
Exclusively on the evening of the 24th June, screenings will be accompanied by a vertical dance acrobatic show curated by Luca Tommassini, in which 8 acrobat-dancers will be performing on the four sides of the Mole Antonelliana, on original music and choreography.
An exclusive by director David Cronenberg, ‘Red Cars’ tells the story of one the of the most iconic relationships in the world of the cinema, i.e. the one between cars and cinema. A fast-paced montage of images and videos, edited with the creative genius of Donato Sansone.
Revenge Room will be screened for the first time on the cupola of the Mole Antonelliana. It was presented last year at the Venice Film Festival in a linear format and then in VR360 at the national premiere last 18th May at the National Museum of Cinema, to coincide with the inauguration of CineVR, dedicated to virtual reality. With the screening on the cupola of the Mole Antonelliana, Revenge Room, produced by One More Pictures and Rai Cinema, is the first transmedia project with a video mapping version developed by Direct 2 Brain.