Darren Aronofsky’s three-part virtual reality series Spheres: Chorus of the Cosmos is set to make its world premiere at this year’s Venice Film Festival.

Spheres made history as the very first VR project to be granted a seven-figure deal at the Sundance Film Festival, where second chapter (but first to screen) Spheres: Songs of Spacetime, narrated by Jessica Chastain was screened. The chapter takes you on a journey into a black hole, and is currently an Emmy finalist in the category of “Innovation in Interactive Media.”

Patti Smith narrated the second chapter to screen (third overall) Spheres: Pale Blue Dot, which debuted at 2018’s Tribeca Film Festival, which concludes the series with the big bang.

Millie Bobby Brown is narrating the actual first chapter of the trilogy, Spheres: Chorus of the Cosmos, which explores the sounds of the universe from Earth – and it is this instalment that will be premiered during this year’s Venice Film Festival.

It’s all a bit confusing, but the trilogy’s proper order is Chorus of the Cosmos, Songs of Spacetime, Pale Blue Dot – or if it’s easier, it goes Brown, Chastain, Smith.

Following its Venice premiere, Spheres will be available on Oculus this fall.

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