Slow TV / by john cheng

Slow TV is apparently a new film genre. An event is filmed and then it's entirety is then broadcast at the exact same pace.

Ludovic Zuili and his production partner Simon Bouisson used this specific genre to create Tokyo Reverse, a 9-hour long production. To add another layer to this production, Zuili filmed the entire event walking backwards and then played it live in reverse. It definitely gives a strange surreal effect to the film. Check out the two excerpts of the video below.