ALL KINDS OF LIMBOS, by National Theatre’s cutting-edge VR has been selected for Sundance Film Festival 2021.
Its international premiere at New Frontier exhibition (an esteemed part of Sundance Institute) will be held from the 23rd of January to the 2nd of February 2021.
After being a part of New Frontier exhibition in 2016, this marks the return of The National Theatre’s to Sundance Festival.
The New Frontier exhibition has showcased brilliant fiction, non-fiction and hybrid projects at the Sundance Festival since 2007.
In June 2019, ALL Kinds of Limbo first opened at The National Theatre’s Wolfson Gallery.
Nubiya Brandon takes us through a 10 minute worth music work reflecting the historic influence of West Indian and black culture on the UK music front.
All Kinds of Limbo was developed with The National Theatre’s Partner for Innovation, Accenture.
Rufus Norris, Director of The National Theatre, stated that he felt honoured the project made it to Sandance VR movies and is delighted for it to be shared with the U.S. audience.
Additionally the Immersive Storytelling Studio provided support for Atomu – selected for Sundance movies for the New Frontier exhibition. Atomu, a virtual reality, dance and music platform was mentored by Toby Coffey.
He further added, “All Kinds of Limbo was created with the idea of a relatable impression to connect with the audience and leave them feeling as if they were a part of VR experience.
The lyrics and musical was endured to take the audience through distinct musical genres. I can’t wait for U.S. audience to enjoy the original work in a VR experience”.