The world premiere of Sir David Attenborough’s 3D Journey will be shown daily at CLiMAX Dome, in the Greenpeace field during this year’s Glastonbury Festival. The production will be shown on Ultra-D glasses-free 3D screens from Stream TV Networks.
The event includes previously unseen footage, behind the scenes material and clips from Attenborough’s new films, telling the story of seven projects in which Atlantic Productions, the award-winning naturalist and Sky 3D have collaborated.
“I’m delighted that our collaboration with David Attenborough can be shown to the Glastonbury audience on this exciting new glasses-free 3D television,” commented Anthony Geffen, CEO of Atlantic Productions.
Stream TV Networks CEO, Mathu Rajan, added: “We are thrilled that our Ultra-D glasses-free 3D technology will be used to showcase Sir Attenborough’s incredible 3D productions for the quarter million leading-edge music fans attending this year’s Glastonbury Festival. By creating an experience that captures the enthusiasm of festival goers, we hope to help raise awareness of Greenpeace and its many worthy causes.”
Colossus productions’ (a joint venture between Atlantic & Sky 3D) recent successes include: Galapagos 3D and the award-winning series Micro Monsters 3D. Colossus Productions’ latest film, David Attenborough’s Natural History Museum Alive, uses cutting-edge CGI to bring extinct creatures back to life, and won the BAFTA for Specialist Factual last month.