High-res version

Outside In is a non-profit IMAX art film currently in the making. It’s composed entirely of still photographs taken by the Cassini-Huygens satellite when it flew by Saturn and its several moons.

The movie is being made by filmmaker Stephen Van Vuuren who’s working straight from his own basement, putting together hundreds of thousands still photograps into a seamless video. This video really has to be seen as it shows an amazing view of one of the biggest planets in our solar system in a way you never experienced it.

If you pay close attention you can also spot one of Saturn’s moon’s which features a striking likeness to a certain Death Star. The film will feature music by Ferry Corsten, William Orbit and Samuel Barber and will take the audiences on a journey of the mind, heart and spirit from the big bang to the near future.

(More info below:)

“Outside In is a film that’s both personal and universal, experimental and sincere, science and spirit , non-narrative and documentary. The goal is to use large screen imagery, synchronized to powerful but moving music, to create an experience for those who see it, hear it and feel it.

Using hundreds of thousands of still images manipulated to create full motion, using “2.75D” photographic fly-through technology. The film will be presented in IMAX quality 5.6K resolution on massive screens and concert-level surround systems with a synchronized light show to audiences in planetariums, museums, galleries and limited IMAX release.”

Read more about Outside In at http://www.outsideinthemovie.com/