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Trail of Angels

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M.K. Čiurlionis paintings in the film!

Throughout the film, the environment changes in response to the viewer’s gaze. The surroundings become more detailed when observed carefully, as if you are becoming immersed into the paintings.

With this VR film, you are invited to get acquainted with 60 famous, and some less-known paintings by Čiurlionis, including: Serenity, Angels, The Altar, The Angel, News and The Sun.

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VR Film "Trail of Angels" review by Darius Polikaitis. Director of the Dainava Lithuanian Chorale

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Trail of Angels (2018)

“For this experience, it was important not only to transfer the paintings into the realm of virtual reality, but also to convey the related emotions – to allow the viewer to experience what the artist wanted to present in his work. As many as 60 paintings were used for this interactive experience (with the most famous ones being Serenity, Angels, The Altar, The Angel, News and The Sun). Some of them are only fragments – elements of the background, certain objects, details, lights, the sky, the earth and so on. We never became bored or weary while creating this VR film, even though we spent so much time immersed in the artist’s work, because we always felt his positive energy. It’s no surprise to us that after seeing the film, everyone says ‘I want to come back again, as it felt really good’,” said K. Buožytė and V. Žukas.

Genre: Art VR film

Director: Kristina Buožytė

Prodiucer: Vitalijus Žukas

Film Duration: 25 min

Organizer: VR SPOT

Partners: National M. K. Čiurlionis Art Museum



The project not only impressed the audience at the Venice Film Festival in 2018, but also won the prestigious Lumen Prize for Art and Technology in the UK in 2019, as well as receiving the prestigious Silver Crane award for Professional Mastery in Lithuania in 2020.