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How Darren Aronofsky Plans to Immerse Audiences in 'MSG Ball' First Production (Exclusive)

“We wanted to convey a rich taste of life, natural beauty and human achievement as broadly as possible,” said Aronofsky, creator, director and producer of Postcards From Earth. ‘ It was filmed with a newly developed camera and will open at the Las Vegas Arena this fall.

Darren Aronofsky’s postcard photoshoot in Parma, Italy, taken from Earth using the Big Sky camera system. Provided by Sphere Entertainment

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– credits include Black Swan, The Wrestler and Whale — will premiere next as the first immersive production MSG Sphere, the unique spherical venue will open in Las Vegas this fall. In the first interview about the inventive project, Aronofsky confirmed that he wrote, directed and produced From Earth while sharing new details about the production and his thoughts on Sphere’s potential The Hollywood Reporter .

“At its best, film is an immersive medium that can take audiences out of their everyday lives, whether into fantasy and escapism, another place and time, or another person’s subjective experience. “The Sphere is an attempt to enhance immersion,” Aronofsky told The Hollywood Reporter.

Expected Las Vegas Sphere — estimated to cost $2 to build. When completed, 10 Billion — has 175,-square feet, 16K-by-K wraparound LED displays, custom spatial audio system and 4D capability. Viewing this wrap-around high-resolution display creates a remarkable sense of immersion and wows those who experience the demo.

“I Thinking of Sphere as a great opportunity to pull people out of the glamor Aronofsky wrote about the potential he envisioned and why he created it

Postcards from Earth, which he described as “science” as our future generations reflect on our common home, the fi journey will go deep our future. Noting that the production has both narrative and documentary elements, he noted, “We designed it to convey the message we wanted to convey in an emotional way as effectively as possible, so it’s not about the genre, it’s about the audience experience.” “

making postcards from Earth , “We wanted to express as broadly as possible a rich taste for life, natural beauty, and human achievement,” wrote Aronofsky, who was nominated for an Oscar for directing Black Swan

With whose “Whale” Oscar-winning actor in a leading role for Brendan Fraser. To achieve this, filming took place across continents, including underwater in India, Italy and the Bahamas.

Oscar-nominated cinematographer Matty Libatique (a longtime Aronofsky collaborator) served as DP and Andrew Shulkind served as DP for Big Sky cameras on Sphere.

This is also the first production to use Big Sky, a custom camera system developed by Sphere Studios (the Burbank-based subsidiary of Sphere Entertainment that will produce content for the new venue). The single-lens camera has 18 Megapixels, 3″ x 3 Sphere Studios says it can shoot 2″ HDR Image Sensor 06K x Frames per second.

“The camera has incredible high resolution and a wide field of view. This was a positive for obvious reasons, but it also created a myriad of challenges,” Aronofsky noted. “As with anything, some things work especially well with Sphere, while others Things present new problems to be solved. As different artists use it, I’m sure they’ll find innovative ways to use it and impact audiences in different ways. ’ He added: ‘We just recently figured out how to shoot with a macro lens and captured a praying mantis perched on a branch. Imagine when we present the 16 story What it feels like to be high. “

postcard is currently in post-production as production tools and methods continue to evolve. “Every day we get out our cameras, we get better at making the best shots possible. It’s a learning process because this technology is new. The same goes for mailing,” Aronofsky wrote. “Delivering a half-petabyte movie — that’s 316, GB – used more than 175, The speakers are incredible. But honestly, every movie is a learning experience. You are always in the process of discovering the language of the film and unearthing the story with the tools at hand. Here’s how to make the beauty and fragility of our planet as powerful as possible. The tools in this movie may be slightly different, but the task is the same. ”

Postcard is scheduled to premiere at Sphere on October 6. It will be one of the first productions to debut at the Las Vegas venue, which will be in partnership with

U2’s resident show opened together.

Darren Aronofsky on location in Parma, Italy, framing a shot for Postcard from Earth with the Big Sky camera system.

Darren Aronofsky on location in Parma, Italy, framing a shot for Postcard from Earth with the Big Sky camera system. THR Newsletter 1235523381

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