Home is a series of 360° films exploring the meaning of home through the stories of refugees living in the Calais Jungle. Home: Aamir profiles the story of a 22 year-old man who ends up at the Calais Jungle after escaping persecution in Sudan.
If Not Love sets the viewer inside a pulsing dance clubwhere a shooter prepares to carry out a mission for the Lord. Inspired by VR’s potential to convey multiple perspectives, If Not Love explores whether a simple act could change the course of history.
Hard World For Small Things (2016)
*Parental Advisory Explicit Content*
Lead Artist: Janicza Bravo
Producers: Emily Best, Eve Cohen, James Kaelan, Natasha Pearson, Han West
Hard World for Small Things places the viewer in the middle of the events surrounding an accidental shooting to explore issues of identity, empathy, and how a single event can come to define an entire life.
Notes on Blindess: Into Darkness (2016)
Lead Artists: Arnaud Colinart, Peter Middleton, James Spinney
Notes On Blindness: Into Darkness is an interactive VR project based on British writer John Hull's experience of going blind. The project draws on over sixteen recorded hours of audio journal that Hull recorded over three years and uses binaural audio and real time 3D animations to create a fully immersive experience in a ‘world beyond sight’. The project won the Storyscapes Award at Tribeca Film Festival and the Alternate Realities VR Award at Sheffield Doc/Fest.