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Inni From Sigur Rós is a Film Set to Premiere at the Venice Film Festival

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By: Spacelab Research Staff
August 14, 2011
 

A mysterious new Sigur Ros video appeared online last week, with the title Inni, and it turns out that it's a new Sigur Ros movie set to premiere at the Venice Film Festival. Inni is a film about Sigur Ros by director Vincent Morisset, and so far the details behind Inni are a big secret, but the Inni video above at least sets a tone for the movie. It's from YouTube, has all of the same visual aesthetic as last week's video, and the YouTube user only features two Sigur Ros live videos from a concert. The footage is exquisitely shot, edited and rendered, a Morisset trademark.

"The Venice Days’ official selection will be enriched with the addition of two new titles, which have been finished at the very last minute in hope of finding a space on Venice’s programme. The Venice Days’ two new very special events are INNI by Vincent Morisset (http://sigur-ros.co.uk ) and ORO NEGRO, second instalment of the dyptich “Tierra Sublevada”, directed by the undisputed master of Argentinian cinema, Fernando “Pino” Solanas," reads the announcement on the Venice Film Festival web site.

The Vincent Morrisset web site is fairly vague as well, only offering "Inni, my film on Sigur Ros, will be premiered at the Venice Film Festival." Morrisset also did the fantastic Arcade Fire documaentary “Miroir Noir.”

Sigur Ros revealed the Inni video in a completely mysterious way, through the Sigur Ros mailing list and web site, with the video being the only offering and no description. The next day we found out that it was a film at the Venice Film Festival

In other Sigure Ros film news, singer Jonsi was just tapped to score the Cameron Crowe film “We Bought A Zoo.”

 
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