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I Saw The Future

I Saw The Future is an experimental 3D virtual reality film that immerses viewers in the sound and visual matrix of Arthur C. Clarke's visionary predictions about the digital age, transhumanism, and interstellar travel.

Produced by

Jeremy Sahel (Da Prod)

Directed by

François Vautier

Project Description

In 1964, Arthur C. Clarke revealed his vision of the future to the BBC cameras. Famous for having collaborated with Stanley Kubrick on 2001: A Space Odyssey, the British author projected with astonishing precision the mutations brought about by the advent of the digital age. He glimpses the Internet, artificial intelligence, transhumanism and extends his vision far into space through future interstellar travel. By revisiting the signal transmitted by these first cathode-ray images, this experimental film in 3D virtual reality literally plunges us into the sound and visual matrix at the heart of this archive. I Saw The Future immerses viewers in a three-dimensional space that echoes the futuristic predictions of a visionary humanist scientist.

About the Director

François Vautier is a multidisciplinary artist whose passion for images has led him to explore new frontiers in filmmaking. With a background in visual arts and audiovisual design, François has carved a unique path in the industry, combining sensory immersion and innovative graphic forms to create captivating experiences.

From music videos to commercials and experimental shorts, his extensive filmography showcases his talent and creativity. François' recent films, including "I Saw The Future" and "Recoding Entropia," have garnered critical acclaim and been selected for prestigious festivals.

Follow François Vautier on Facebook and Instagram for a glimpse into his visionary world of filmmaking.

Screening Details

Project Runtime


Programming Block

Visionary Realms: A Journey Through Artistic Innovation

Screening Day & Time

May 03, 7:30 PM

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