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Louvre Abu Dhabi to premiere its first-ever short film

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Louvre Abu Dhabi announced the screening of its first-ever short film, The Pulse of Time, coinciding with the museum's third anniversary on 11th November, 2020. The 40-minute audio-visual journey brings the story of humanity to life through an exploration of works of art from the museum's collection.

The film take viewers on a voyage via the 12 chapters of the Louvre Abu Dhabi's galleries, exploring the history of human creativity through 15 selected artworks. The Pulse of Time is available in three languages- Arabic, English and French -and is narrated by internationally known artists: Emirati actor, producer and TV presenter Saoud Al Kaabi, narrates the Arabic; British actor, screenwriter and film director Charles Dance, narrates the English; and French-Swiss actress Irene Jacob, narrates the French.

The film will premiere on YouTube on 11 November, 2020 at 7 pm in Arabic, 8 pm in English and 9 pm in French (Gulf Standard Time).The Pulse of Time will be available to stream for free on Louvre Abu Dhabi's website starting November 12.

The Pulse of Time adds to the collection of Louvre Abu Dhabi's digital programs, which includes the 'We Are Not Alone' podcast, Anghami's curated playlists of soundtracks inspired by the museum's collection, virtual exhibition tours, highlights from the museum's online collection, as well as online activities for families and children available on Louvre Abu Dhabi's website and mobile application

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