We are happy that tx-reverse 360° will be shown at Sundance Film Festival 2020 / New Frontier (Park City, USA), 23 January to 2 February 2020. So far the film has received 53 invitations to film festivals and won 8 international film awards!
Back in the 1990s, Martin Reinhart invented a film technique called "tx-transform", which exchanges the time (t) and space axis (x) in a film. Normally, each individual film frame represents the entire space, but only a brief moment of time (1/24 second). In the case of tx-transformed films, however, the opposite is true: each film frame shows the entire time, but only a tiny part of the space – in cuts along the horizontal spatial axis, the left part of the image thus becomes the "before", the right part the "after".
20 years after Martin Reinhart and Virgil Widrich used this film technique for the first time in a short film ("tx-transform", 1998), they again deal with the question of which previously unseen world arises when space and time are interchanged, aptly in a cinema and at full 360°: at the Babylon Kino in Berlin they filmed with the OmniCam-360 about 135 actors and calculated the short film "tx-reverse" from this material.
Concept and direction Martin Reinhart, Virgil WidrichMusic and sound design Siegfried Friedrich
Film distribution Sixpack Film/Aug & OhrDistribution 360° VR Lemonade Films