What Immersion Of The Mindtm Videos Really Look Like
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What Immersion Of The Mindtm
Videos Really Look Like
What makes 2D video immersive theater even possible? And how does AAlchemy propose to achieve this Immersion Of The Mindtm?
Immersion Of The Mindtm 2D video process turns the filmmaking process on its head. Performers themselves become main collaborators in directing how camera and post-production people must have – and use – a deep knowledge of the artistry that they are recording, and how they must position the camera during filming and do the editing in the cutting room.
Imagine what would happen if camera people didn’t have a feel, or had no knowledge of music or dance while filming “The Nutcracker” or a revival of “West Side Story” or “Chorus Line”. Most and perhaps all of what is compelling in those stories would be lost in the video.
See for yourself how real viewer immersion is achieved in 2D. Each video listed on the right (below if you’re using a smartphone) shows how viewer immersion is achieved when performers are on the team directing the process of 2D filmmaking.
See For Yourself.
Sample These Immersive Videos
By AAlchemy Creative Partners
Each of these leaders is way ahead of the rest, purposefully marrying advanced 2D cinematography and the performing arts to immerse viewers deep into the story without ever needing VR.
Jamiel Laurence, Glasgow and London, UK
Robin Cantrell, New York City
Ina Broeckx and Walter Matteini, Pisa, Italy and Global
Just two short years after its founding in 2009 by Ina Broeckx and Walter Matteini, Imperfect Dancers Company had already been chosen as the resident dance company of the Pisa Opera and Ballet Theatre in Italy. That says a lot.
But there’s more: in the years that have followed, imPerfect Dancers Company has met with acclaim in Italy, all over Europe, in Africa, in the United States and Canada, in Asia and in South America – five continents and counting!
Here: immerse yourself in this snapshot of how Imperfect Dancers created its compelling “Anne Frank, Words From the Shadows“, now presented in over 20 countries including the US.
Julie Magneville, Cannes, Paris, New York
Alison Cook-Beatty, New York City
Isabelle Nelson, New Zealand and The Netherlands
Power is anchored in the mind and movement of choreographer / dancer Isabelle Nelson. Her creative drive reaches way beyond brilliant performance on stage and screen to the magic of inspiring filmmakers, sound artists, musicians, festivals and more, all to collaborate in producing the near-impossible: wordless storytelling where performer and audience alike are carried away from the here and now to a moving world of emotion, intimacy, and desire.
Your opportunity to escape to Nelson’s world? Her one minute preview of Mana Ōrite, originated for the Tanzart Ostwest Festival 2019, “…a work exploring connection with my homeland, ‘tangata whenua’ [people of the land, the Māori], and oneness of self and the environment. Film by Fynn Roovers.
Madison Elliott, South Dakota and Beyond