Dal 14 al 16 Ottobre al Museo del Cinema di Torino sarà messa gratuitamente a disposizione del pubblico una selezione ufficiale delle 30 opere in realtà virtuale provenienti da 20 paesi diversi.

FILM 360

Strands of Mind by Adrian Meyer – DE 2021


A cinematic VR experience to explore a world beyond the bounds of our human perception. A world full of mystery, of beauty and darkness. A trip into the woven nature of existence.

Noah’s Raft by Joel ‘Kachi Benson, Tal Michael Haring – NG 2021

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Noah Shemede after going to a school in the city, he returns with a dream - to use education to transform the lives of the children living in Makoko. Noah with a team of volunteers, he sets on a mission to change his community through education.

Replacements by Jonathan Hagard – JP 2020

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“Replacements” depicts a Javanese family routinely observing their neighborhood day after day, generation after generation, replacement after replacement, it is a VR story about roots, time and change.

Red Eyes by Sngmoo Lee – KR 2021

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Secretly developed chemical weapon leaked and turned people into mutants, “Red Eyes.” Two special forces agents volunteered to explode the antidote tank inside a factory occupied by thousands of Red Eyes.

VR Interactive

Madrid Noir by James A. Castillo – ISR 2019


A young woman arrives in Madrid to empty the apartment that her uncle left after being declared dead. Lola is soon compelled to dig into her memories, where she'll pick up her uncle's shadowy trail and attempt to piece together the puzzles of the past.

Paper Birds di German Heller, Federico Carlini – RA 2020

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Paper Birds is the story of a short sighted child with an exceptional talent for music. He must find his way through the world of darkness to bring back his sister, taken away by the shadows.

DiMoDA 4.0: Dis/Location di Christiane Paul, Alfredo Salazar-Caro – USA 2021

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Dis/Location explores the feeling of displacement or disturbance from a proper, original, or usual place or state in various contexts, from gentrification and evolution to perceptions of space afforded by technologies and racial trauma.

Namoo di Erick Oh – KR/USA 2021


A narrative poem brought to life as an animated VR film, Namoo (meaning “tree” in Korean) is an ode to a grandfather’s passing and follows the journey of a budding artist and his tree of life from beginning to end.