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BLUEROCK CUTS 'U2 3D'

May 24, 2007
BLUEROCK CUTS 'U2 3D'

Wicki also served as editor on the full-length version of the film, cutting it in 2D before it was put through the 3D process.

U2 3D documents the band's successful "Vertigo" world tour. Using 3D glasses, audiences can experience what one of U2's shows is like. The film, directed by Catherine Owens and Mark Pellington and produced by 3ality Digital, Los Angeles, includes 15 songs drawn from over 700 hours of footage. It will debut in the fall of 2007.

Bluerock's sister facility, design and effects house  Spontaneous, New York, also contributed toward U2 3D.  Creative director John Leamy designed the film's opening title sequence, logo and movie poster. He also edited the U2 3D trailer. Spontaneous is also enhancing the 2D tour visuals that were originally designed for "Vertigo" for use in the film's 3D environment.