The Key is an interactive VR experience taking you on a journey through dreams. Will you be able to unlock the mystery behind the Key without sacrificing too much?
Grand Jury Prize for Best VR Immersive Work – Venice Film Festival Storyscapes Award for Best VR – Tribeca Film Festival
Homogeneity and familiarity are replaced with spontaneity and creativity as you blink to create an increasingly colourful, expressive, and diverse world. It highlights how by creating a diverse and inclusive environment we can elevate creativity. Developed using HTC’s cutting edge eye-tracking technology.
Official selection Raindance Film Festival
The Sun Ladies VR experience is an in-depth look at the personal journey of the captain of the Sun Ladies, Xate Singali. From her roots as a famous singer in Kurdistan to her new life as a soldier fighting on the frontlines against ISIS, risking everything to stop the violence against her people.
Official selection Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, HotDocs and 60+ other festivals
Journey into the largest tract of tropical rainforest on our planet — the Amazon.
Narrated by indigenous guide, Kamanja Panashekung, and actor Lee Pace, this new virtual reality film by Conservation International and Jaunt VR takes you into the Amazon and urges the protection of world’s largest rainforest.
Take a tour of Shinola’s factory in Detroit through the lens of directors Andrew Wilson and Luke Wilson.
Lumiere Award for Best VR Branded Content
Experience the future of McDonald’s restaurants in this 360° video.
“Marriage Equality VR” is a recreation of the events leading up to the US Supreme Court’s Decision regarding the legality of same-sex marriage.
They learn karate to fight sexual aggressors in the shantytowns of Nairobi; participate in extreme survival camps in the Norwegian wilderness; patrol the streets of Delhi; and get concealed carry permits to protect themselves in the United States.
But what do all these women have in common? They have chosen to use force to defend their rights. The right to exercise their chosen profession. The right to use their bodies as they see fit. The right to live. “Fight Back” is a documentary series about groups of women who literally fight for their rights.
In 2014, ISIS invaded Iraq and targeted a religious minority called the Yazidis, capturing thousands of women as sex slaves. Men were executed and thrown in mass graves. In Yazidi’s history, this is known as the 74th genocide. Now, after 800 years of persecution, there are less than 1 million Yazidi left in the world. The documentary follows three Yazidi women in the aftermath of the war, from the refugee camps of Iraq to the suburbs of Germany.
In a distant dystopia, a traumatized group of four women survivors each with different stories, inner demons and agendas goes on a journey through enemy territory to reach a safe haven. Traveling through desolated landscapes, they must find supplies, support and more importantly, redemption.
Meet Eva. Eva is dying. Eva is remembering. Eva wants to know if she made the best possible choices in her life. You have to help Eva.
Slices of Life is an emotional journey into Eva’s story, who, at the dusk of her life, is tortured by “What ifs?” The participants are invited to help Eva understand her past choices and in the process, make peace with their own regrets.