Cave of Forgotten Dreams (2010) directed by Werner Herzog

A trailer for the 3D film which brings to life cave art that is 32,000 years old
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Director Werner Herzog and his team gained exclusive access to film inside the Chauvet caves in the South of France, which contain some of the earliest known cave paintings and evidence of Late Stone Age life. In Herzog's film Cave of Forgotten Dreams (2010), the breath-taking scenes underground, with towering stalagmites and extraordinary cave paintings dating back 32,000 years, are brought to life in 3D.

 

Cave of Forgotten Dreams is released in the UK on 25 March 2011.


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