Louvre Abu Dhabi announced the launch of its first-ever short film, 'The Pulse of Time'.
It will be screened on November 11 to mark the third anniversary of the museum.
The 40-minute audio-visual journey will take viewers on a voyage via the 12 chapters of the museum’s galleries exploring the history of human creativity through a selection of 15 artworks.
The film will premiere on YouTube on November 11 at 7:00 pm in Arabic, 8:00 pm in English and 9:00 pm in French.
The Pulse of Time will be narrated by internationally known artists. Emirati actor, producer and TV presenter Saoud Al Kaabi, known for his role in City of Life (2009), narrates in Arabic; British actor, screenwriter and film director Charles Dance, known for playing the role of Tywin Lannister in HBO's Game of Thrones, narrates in English; and French-Swiss actress Irène Jacob, known for her role in Three Colours: Red (1994), narrates in French.
The script has been developed by French author and playwright Stéphane Michaka.
The Pulse of Time will be available to stream for free on Louvre Abu Dhabi’s website from November 12.