Apple Films 5-Hour-Long Single-Shot Video in Hermitage

In the light of the new coronavirus pandemic, we’re suddenly unable to travel and find ourselves stuck at home. But the good thing is that we have the internet and more things than ever available to us if we know where to look.

If you love exploring museums, Apple just released a single-shot video filmed in Russia’s biggest museum (second biggest in the world), Hermitage. Located in St. Petersburg, Hermitage features an impressive collection of art not just form Russia, but from all around the world. The video will show you 45 galleries and 588 works, as well as a live ballet performance.

“This video to me is all about connection through time,” said Axinya Gog, the filmmaker, for ArtNet. “Art that is timeless meets modern life and state-of-the-art technology.” Watch the video below.