Virtual Reality Section

FEBRUARY, 25 | OK16

With the support of VR Gallery.


ARTIFICIAL WORLD

Bas Jansen (Netherland, 4 min)

In a World in which humans destroyed the planet and thereby killing almost all living organisms, the humans that are still left, dicide to create to create an Artifical Intelligence computer to restore the balance on earth. The purpose of the computer is to create a new world. The computer gets more power and is acting like a creator. Do we want this? Is there still a place for humans? And do we trust the judgment of a machine?


THE TRAIN HAMASEN

Lai Kuan-Yuan (Taiwan, 8 min)

People from different cultures and ages wait for a train to start a journey through time and space.


SIMON SAYS

Trevor  Hawkins (Australia, 7 min)

A visit to the world of artist Simon Mclean as he contemplates the meaning of art.


VISIONS — BURANO

Daniele Pugni, Maja Wrońska (Italy, 3 min)

Have you ever been inside a paiting? The idea is to show places through the artist’s eyes in VR. Maja Wrońska has drawn 7 different paintings within straight perspective lines which has been stitched together and animated omnidirectional. This a no budget project, we could made it possible thanks to Foundry, which granted us the software for the production time.


SHEPHERDS.IVAN

Igor Strembitskyy (Ukraine, 13 min)

Raw embrace of Ukrainian nature and timelessness in the lives of modern carpathian shepherds. Deep and sensitive
portraits of men, who exemplify the ancient connection of humakind to the planet, their daily routine and hard work.


SHEPHERDS.MYKOLA

Igor Strembitskyy (Ukraine, 14 min)

Raw embrace of Ukrainian nature and timelessness in the lives of modern carpathian shepherds. Deep and sensitive
portraits of men, who exemplify the ancient connection of humakind to the planet, their daily routine and hard work.