"Excerpt" from the 7 hour 20 minute long trailer for Ambiancé the 720 hour long film. / by JoFF Rae

Ambiancé by Anders Weberg This is a short excerpt from the 7 hour and 20 minute long trailer for the 720 hour long film Ambiancé by Anders Weberg The trailer was filmed in one take October 31, 2015 at (Hovs Hallar) in the south of Sweden. It is the same beach where (Ingmar Bergman) filmed the chess scene from (the Seventh Seal). The trailer is based on the chess game from Bergmans film and life and death is played by Swedish peformance artists Niclas Hallberg and Stina Pehrsdotter. Trailer music is by German composer Martin Juhls. More info about the project at http://www.thelongestfilm.com I love to hear what you think so please like/dislike, share or leave a comment. Ambiancé 720 hours/30 days. On December 31, 2020 the Swedish artist Anders Weberg end his 20 plus years relation with the moving image as a means of creative expression. After more than 300 films he puts an end with the premiere of what will be the longest film ever made.Ambiancé is 720 hours long (30 days) and will be shown in its full length on a single occasion syncronised in all the continents of the world and then destroyed. In the piece Ambiancé space and time is intertwined into a surreal dream-like journey beyond places and is an abstract nonlinear narrative summary of the artist’s time spent with the moving image . A sort of memoir movie . (Film memoir ) . This in the visual expression that is constantly characterized the work throughout the artists career. This will be Anders last film he will ever make. As a small tease until the premiere in 2020 shorter teaser/trailers will be presented at different occasions. 2014 – Short teaser which is 72 minutes long and that has the intent to convey the mood and tempo from the full piece. (The teaser was online between July 4 and July 20 2014 and had amazing view counts. 1,622,147 views.) 2016 – The first short trailer with duration 7 hours 20 minutes. 2018 – Longer trailer with duration 72 hours. http://thelongestfilm.com #ambiance2020 http://weberg.se http://twitter.com/andersweberg http://facebook.com/artist.anders.weberg http://instagram.com/andersweberg

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Ambiancé is a 720-hour film over six years in the making.

It's described on IMDB as a film in which "space and time are intertwined into a surreal, dream-like journey," and for Weberg, it comes to stand as something between a memoir and a career retrospective, fused with the energy of a fever dream. When pressed for a synopsis, Weberg is at something of a loss. "This is the most asked question," he says. "How do you one explain a 30-day-long film?" Instead, he uses a variety of big abstract themes to describe the project: life, quest, power, death, escape, rest, love.