CalArtians VR Film Shown at Cannes Film Festival

Filmmakers are turning to VR to create new cinematic experiences, changing the ways audiences relate to onscreen action. As a tool, VR not only allows for full immersion, it also opens the door to interactive films that give viewers control over the video’s timing as well as where to move and look in a 360-degree frame. However, these advancements in entertainment come with complex technical and creative challenges, so the number of interactive VR narrative films is still quite small.

These barriers to entry did not stop filmmaker Celine Tien and her creative team, which includes CalArts alumna Narae Kim (Theater MFA 17), from creating one of the world’s first immersive VR hybrid, live-action film experiences.

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CalArtian VR Film Shown at Cannes Film Festival

2017-06-12T12:26:39+00:00 June 12th, 2017|Around Town|