The show Mozart, the rock opera, the rights for which have been sold across the whole world, will soon have a second life on the big screen, and in a 3D version.
The show was filmed at the start of the week by a South Korean team for 3D showings in cinemas across Asia…
Euro Media France assisted the filming with OBtruck XXL3 (741) and the outside broadcasting
Some 70 technicians from Seoul, a 3D OBtruck and over 12 cameras (6 3ality 3D cameras) of the same model as those used and set up by James Cameron for Avatar were needed for this project, filmed at the Palais des Sports in Paris.
All their equipment was delivered to the Euro Media France premises in Bry sur Marne and a team of technicians set up the rigs last Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with the assistance of Julien Schneider and Alexandre Vignesoult.
Euro Media France provided the screens, the recorders and all equipment necessary for the “stereographic” area set up in the hall of the Palais des Sports.
The filming was supervised by Mark H. Weingartner, special effects supervisor for Matrix and Inception. SK Télécom, the leading mobile phone operator in South Korea, produced the filming.
Currently showing in the capital until 9th January, the show will tour throughout France from 29th January.
In total, it has already had over 1 million audience members and 700,000 albums have been sold.
Produced by Albert Cohen and Dove Attia, Mozart will also travel to the United States, Canada, the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
Many thanks to Julien Schneider, Alexandre Vignesoult, Gaël Tanguy and Florence Boudier, who made this event a big success.
This 3D filming also enjoyed good media coverage and allowed us to end 2010 very well!