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U2‘s live concert film ‘U2 3D’ is to be released worldwide in selected cities on January 25.

The concert film, shot on U2’s ‘Vertigo’ tour in South America is the first-ever live action film to be shot, edited and shown in 3D.

The National Geographic film was produced by innovative company 3ality Digital and directed by Catherine Owens and Mark Pellington.

The 92 minute film features 15 tracks, collated from over 700 hours of film footage from seven different shows which was shot on nine pairs of Sony CineAlta 3-D cameras.

Owens has been U2’s visual content director for more than 15 years, while Pellington directed the band’s ‘One’ video.

For more information and to watch the trailer, click here for www.u23dmovie.com

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