First Images from Werner Herzog’s CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS; And He Shot it in 3D!

     August 17, 2010

With the Toronto and Venice Film Festival’s getting ready to begin in the next few weeks, tons of new images and trailers from upcoming movies are about to get released.  I’ve already been sent a lot of great stuff and over the next few days you can expect to see tons of new images from some of the biggest films playing at these Festivals.

To start things off…how about the first images from Werner Herzog’s first 3D movie Cave of Forgotten Dreams!  While some filmmakers slow down as they get older, Herzog is operating at a whole other level with amazing results.  Hit the jump for the images and more info on the film:

According to the official synopsis via TIFF:

Werner Herzog gains exclusive access to film inside the Chauvet caves of southern France, capturing the oldest known pictorial creations of humankind in their astonishing natural setting. He puts 3-D technology to a profound use, taking us back in time over 30,000 years.

As you’ll see in the images below, Herzog shot the movie in 3D, which means I’m even more excited to check it out.  Expect a lot more Festival related stuff very soon.  Until then, enjoy the images:

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