On Wednesday, August 17, 2012 360 Screenings, a new series in Toronto, promises an evening of total film immersion. This is no ordinary film screening. They take elements to create a physical space to make you feel as if you’re “stepping into the film.” The screening will also be paired with a live performance that compliments the film. However, to keep this experience as pure as possible, 360 does not reveal the location of its event until 24 hours before, and will not reveal the film until you arrive into it. If this seems like a daunting concept to imagine, they have a video recap of their last event: their May 25, 2012 screening of Ghost.
Tickets for the experience, starting at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, August 15, 2012, are $60 for regular admission and $40 for students or Culture Seekers. There aren’t any details about the film or whereabouts of the screening, but here is an ambiguous preview to whet your appetite:
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