The Basca Theater and Stageon invite you to watch TURNUL #urmatorulnivel, the first production on the border between theater and film, in VR format, from Timișoara.
The launch event will take place on December 17, from 18.00, at the FABER cultural center.
On December 18 and 19, the production can be viewed for free on the platform www.stageon.ro
In the following days, between December 18 and 22, the public is invited to AMBASADA to watch the TURNUL #urmatorulnivel. The organizers provide 2 pairs of VR glasses and headphones on the spot. The duration of a viewing is approx. 45 minutes and a maximum of two people can be booked per hour (for the 2 pairs of VR glasses).
Six characters who are not looking for an author. They may be looking for a way out, though, given the pandemic outside, they have doubts. In fact, they have doubts about everything. They are in purgatory and are questioning a life for which they have not found the right perspective in the past. They now have time, in the intermediate space between heaven and hell, to ask the fundamental questions about the meaning of their passage through existence.
In TURNUL #urmatorulnivel we focused on multiple angles, detailing or distancing, panoramic vision or zooming in, focusing on the individual or group dynamics, and 360 ° filming allows the viewer to see in a unique way how the six characters analyze their lives.
with: Niko Becker, Robert Copoț, Alina Ilea, Giorgiana Rancov, Costa Tovarnisky, Ana-Maria Ursu
Directed by Alex Mihăescu
Screenplay: Ionuț Sociu & Alex Mihăescu & Teatrul Basca
Image director: Cristian Ilea
Image Editor: Mihai Lazăr
Sound Design: Uțu Pascu
Set design: Lia Pfeiffer
VR integration: Radu Cernescu
Photo: Adrian Danciu
Drone image: Valentin Solomie
Grip, lights, sound capture: Valentin Solomie, Pataki Farkas, Rafael Vasilcin
Climbers: Lăncrăngean Adrian-Marius, Rus Cristian-Laurențiu
A production by Basca Theater
Powered by StageOn
Project partners: Prin Banat Association
Media partners: TVR Timișoara, Radio Timișoara, Ianca.net, Best of Timișoara.
The production is part of the Homo Videns cultural project, co-financed by the National Cultural Fund Administration. The project does not necessarily represent the position of the National Cultural Fund Administration. AFCN is not responsible for the content of the project or how the results of the project may be used. These are entirely the responsibility of the beneficiary of the funding.
The Homo Videns project is carried out by the Solidart Association, with the support of the Timişoara City Hall and the Timişoara Local Council. The cultural program does not necessarily represent the position of the Timişoara City Hall and the Timişoara Local Council. The content of the cultural program and how its results can be used are the sole responsibility of the authors and the beneficiary of the funding. Timişoara City Hall and Timişoara Local Council are not responsible for the content of the material and how it may be used.