After experimenting with his form of boundary-pushing, cinema-as-memory films to great, succesful lengths with his last three narrative features–not to mention Voyage of Time, which we’re still awaiting an actual U.S. release for–Terrence Malick
will return to more of a traditional script with his WWII drama Radegund
, hopefully releasing later this year. But first, after splicing in avant-garde and experiential touches with his last few films, he’s making the natural step into virtual reality.
Premiering at South by Southwest Festival–where he gave a rare public talk last year–on March 13 is the Vr experience Together, which is directed by Malick and shot by cinematographer Rodrigo Prieto
, The Wolf of Wall Street
, Brokeback Mountain
). Clocking in at 5 minutes and 46 seconds and featuring music by Simon Franglen
, see the synopsis below, as well as the first look above.
” is a Vr experience about the power of human connection.