Even though 2020 is still four years away, the people creating the Lovaganza festival are preparing to release an event that will span four months, and it will bring all of the world’s cultures together. In this event, there will be films on display, such as the in-house movies that the festival is currently curating. The films will be out in 2018, but their much-anticipated festival will be two years after it. Along with the theme of bringing all of the world’s cultures together, the Lovaganza festival is also a bohemian-themed event, and along with cultures, incorporate all races as well.
What can only be described by looking at the various trailers for this event, there seems to be a repressive element that leads to a world of opening experiences. First, there is a man, who appears to be a priest, but as the trailer goes on, he appears to free his seemingly-repressed life to live in a world of exciting possibilities. Along with the theme of repression being unleashed, the films also look like they take place in the first half of the twentieth century, so there is sure to be a lot of material there.
Along with these trailers, there is a concept that is currently being culminated with the 2020 event. First, there will be all-around entertainment experiences that will immerse the audience into a world that he they have never seen before. The event of Lovaganza was originally scheduled to be held in 2015, but was delayed due to the changing of the technological layout of the festival. The new layout of the cinema will feature a technology called “IMMERSCOPE.” This technology will allow the people who view these movies to have them be seen in a 180-degree viewing space that is on gigantic glassless screens. This technology is a new form of the old panorama films that were supposed to immerse the audience in the films, but that technology never fully was adopted. The panorama films were deemed to be too expensive, and every movie theatre would to adapt to this technology in order for it to work. The technology exists now though; these films will be in full display at the Lovaganza festival in 2020.
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