Tate Modern ‘Dalí & Film’
Dalí & Film was the first exhibition ever to focus on the close relationship between the paintings and films of Salvador Dalí.
Held at Tate Modern in June 2007, Dalí & Film screened seven of Dalí’s films including classics L’Age d’or and Un Chien andalou, made with fellow surrealist Luis Buñuel and featuring the infamous image of an eye being cut by a razor. Also screened was his dream sequence in Alfred Hitchcock’s Spellbound and his collaboration with Walt Disney on Destino, shown for the first time in the UK.
We encoded the films and created the DVDs for exhibition from the source material. We later created NTSC versions in both QuickTime and DVD as the exhibition toured to Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Salvador Dalí Museum, St Petersburg, Florida in 2007 and 2008.