‘Voyage Of Time’ Producers On Why The Terrence Malick Film Was Shot In IMAX – Featurette

Denise Petski
Deadline

Terrence Malick’s Voyage of Time documentary was decades in the making, a realization of a vision and a goal for the filmmaker — an exploration of the universe and all creation, billed as a look into our planetary past and a search for humanity’s place in the future.

There are two versions of the film, one a 90-minute version which premiered to rave reviews at the Venice Film Festival and a shorter, 45-minute IMAX version narrated by Brad Pitt, described as a more explanatory version. In his review of the 90-minute version, Variety’s Chief Film Critic Owen Gleiberman called it “a mystic love poem to the unfathomable splendor of the natural world.” In the film, Malick expands on the birth-of-the-universe sequence from his own Tree Of Life and shows an array of never-witnessed natural phenomena — celestial and terrestrial, macroscopic and microscopic — in a variety of new ways.

In this featurette, (click above to watch), the film’s three main producers, Nick Gonda, Sarah Green and Sophokles Tasioulis, discuss why they chose to shoot the film in IMAX and they share some new behind-the-scenes footage of how of the shots were put together.

Watch the clip above and let us know what you think.

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