In the brief, fast-paced trailer, the group showcase the intricate production behind their latest tour. From the complicated choreography to elaborate sets, the trailer previews how the film will capture the immersive experience of the K-pop band’s colorful show.
The concert film will be the first fully original production for DramaFever, a site that streams international TV series and movies. It will be available to all users for free, though a sneak peek is now available for premium users.
Mark Haney, the director behind shows for Rihanna and Britney Spears, helmed the production for BIGBANG. The film will explore the tour both onstage and off, showing the hefty production that filled massive venues like Madison Square Garden.
“The ability for music to cross barriers and transcend culture is undeniable,” DramaFever president Suk Park said in a statement. “It’s one of the reasons K-pop has become a global phenomenon. As one of the biggest and most unique acts, BIGBANG has set itself apart as the vanguard of the genre. This is why BIGBANG: Made 2015 Concert is our first foray into original programming.”
DramaFever currently features a primer on the boy band, comprised of members G-Dragon, T.O.P., Taeyang, Daesung and Seungri. Episodes of the documentary BIGBANG: The Beginning about the band’s roots are now available to stream on DramaFever.
BIGBANG formed in 2006, though their 2015 LP Made is the group’s first album in three years. The Made World Tour was the boy band’s second world tour and launched in April. They’re currently on its final leg in Asia and will wrap up the trek in February.