New Trailer for Malick's Extended Doc 'Voyage of Time: Life's Journey'
"The past… the present… the future… A journey from the birth of the stars through the origin of humanity." Whoa. I can't wait for this, it looks so enchanting. Empire has released a trailer for the alternate full-length version of Terrence Malick's long-awaited documentary Voyage of Time. This version is called Voyage of Time: Life's Journey, a 90-minute feature extended from the separate Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience which runs 45 minutes (see the trailer for that one) and is narrated by Brad Pitt. This version is narrated by Cate Blanchett, who you can hear in this trailer, and features all of the same footage with even more shots of the stars forming, and Earth being created, and life starting and evolving over millions of years of time. The score is by Simon Franglen & Hanan Townshend. You need to see this for yourself.
Here's the first trailer for Terrence Malick's doc Voyage of Time: Life's Journey, found on YouTube:
The unfolding of the universe takes place before your eyes, in this experience for the senses, mind and soul. A labor of passion by director Terrence Malick (Days of Heaven, The Thin Red Line, The Tree of Life), Voyage of Time: Life’s Journey is an exploration into our planetary past and a search for humanity’s place in the future. Humming with the energy of nature itself, the film melds innovative special effects with awe-inspiring footage from around the globe, in search of what lasts, what endures through time’s changing scenes. There are two versions of Malick's new documentary - an IMAX experience that has a running time of 45 minutes, and this full-length version titled Voyage of Time: Life's Journey. Terrence Malick's Voyage of Time will be initially released in IMAX theaters starting October 7th later this fall, but we're not sure when the full version will arrive (after it premieres at TIFF & Venice). Stay tuned for updates.
Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
this will be my second IMAX adventure... can't wait
kitano0 on Aug 19, 2016
It looks like an IMAX from before they started showing features in IMAX theaters.
DAVIDPD on Aug 19, 2016
It looks like it's more of a visual pleasure than any real source of new knowledge. Which could be a treat for some, I guess ...
shiboleth on Aug 20, 2016
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