Andrew Adamson’s film [pictured] opens the 25th Tokyo International Film Festival tomorrow night (Oct 20).
Leading provider of 3D cinema technology RealD have announced that they will be launching limited edition 3D glasses for Paramount’s world premiere of Andrew Adamson’s Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away, which opens the 25th Tokyo International Film Festival tomorrow night (Oct 20).
Adamson’s film features performances from Cirque du Soleil productions and tells the story of a young couple who become separated and must search through dreamlike worlds to be reunited. To mark its world premiere, RealD will be providing collectable 3D glasses in film-themed orange and yellow colours, complete with World’s Away branding.
Joe Peixoto, president of worldwide cinema, RealD, commented: “Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away is a unique and visually stunning feature created from the vision of pioneers Andrew Adamson and James Cameron. By utilising RealD’s brightest 3D projection technology, audiences are guaranteed a realistic and fully immersive experience, made all the more lasting with a pair of exclusive customised glasses as a keepsake.”