Justice Teases 'IRIS: A Space Opera' Live Film to Premiere at SXSW

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If you never got to see the incredible Justice performance of Woman Worldwide, you still have a chance. The French duo has announced a film of the live performance, but just as the Grammy-nominated album isn't any old concert recording, IRIS: a Space Opera by Justice isn't any old concert footage.

Co-directed by André Chemetoff, a cinematographer by trade, and Armand Beraud, a visual effects artist, IRIS: a Space Opera by Justice is a 60-minute version of the tour performance recorded in an empty, invisible space sans audience. The film will make its world premiere at South by Southwest on March 13 as part of the 24 Beats Per Second screening in the Alamo Ritz at 5:15 p.m.   

"It revolves around a floating structure comprised of 13 independent moving frames, each one featuring four rotating panels of LEDs, mirrors and traditional warm lights which offer infinite combinations," according to the SXSW event description. "The structure is in constant evolution over the duration of the show and proposes several new visual landscapes on every track performed. The footage is captured with the precision and patience of a rigorous documentary about the cosmos."

Check out the official teaser image for IRIS: a Space Opera by Justice, and learn more at SXSW.com.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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