Virtual Reality productions are an increasingly important element of film experience. Submerge yourself into the live-action 360 degree VR Bloodless by the Korean documentary maker Gina Kim, about the murder of a Korean sex worker, during the IDFA festival. The 12-minute long documentary received the Best VR Story Award at the Film Festival of Venice. Tickets are available online or possible to pick up at the EYE-counter.
Virtual Reality productions are an increasingly important element of the contemporary film experience. Eye has created a new programme, Xtended, to focus on VR. In Xtended, you’re not confronted with the flat surface of a film screen. You move around virtually in 3D through a designed space that surrounds and immerses you on all sides.