Bjork and Michel Gondry working on ‘scientific musical’

'It's like a 40-minute IMAX project in 3D,' director Gondry says

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Bjork is to team up with Michel Gondry to work on a new 3D film project, the director has announced.

Gondry, who has produced music videos for Bjork in the past, told music/film blog Theplaylist.blogspot.com that the project would be a “science musical” utilising three-dimensional visuals.

“We have a very ambitious project, a sort of scientific musical, but maybe more for museums,” he said. “Like a 40-minute IMAX project in 3D.”

In the past Gondry has worked on music videos for The White Stripes, Paul McCartney and Foo Fighters.

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