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8th Edition Feb 28 – Mär 03, 2024 Innsbruck, Austria

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VR VirtualReality-Station

04.03.2023, 15:00 BRUX Buero, Maria-Theresien-Straße 49a, Durchgang Landhausplatz Genaue Öffnungszeiten beachten (siehe unten) • kostenlos

VR VirtualReality-Station

Brille angeschnallt, Kopfhörer aufgesetzt, Realität abgedreht! Werft einen Blick in die Zukunft von gestern und taucht in immersive VR-Geschichten ab. Die VR-Station ist diesmal im BRUX Buero (Maria-Theresien-Straße 49a, Durchgang Landhausplatz, Google Maps ) angesiedelt – kostenlos und schön!

Öffnungszeiten für VR im BRUX Buero:

• Sa 04.03.: 15–19 Uhr

• So 05.03.: 15–19 Uhr

Keine Anmeldung notwendig!

VR-Filmprogramm

PAAR

Carly Lave • DE 2022 • 8min • VR360 • enOF • Österreichpremiere

PAAR is a VR dance film split between a physical and virtual world. Filmed in the historic GDR-era Tieranatomisches Theater at Berlin Charité hospital, PAAR uses 360 video together with motion capture technology to follow a journey of discovery between linked bodies and theaters.

Cast Sean Nederlof, Yasmin Schönnman • Producers Carly Lave, Christian Stein • Editor Valentin Nino Hanau

Reimagined Volume I: Nyssa

DJulie Cavaliere • US 2022 • 15min • VR360 • enOF • Österreichpremiere

Enter into a virtual reality surrealist allegory, where the viewer explores themes of suffering and transformation.

Cast Sean Nederlof, Yasmin Schönnman • Producers Carly Lave, Christian Stein • Editor Valentin Nino Hanau

KINDRED

Bambou Kenneth • UK 2022 • 9min • VR360 • Österreichpremiere

The remarkable true story of one aspirational parent’s groundbreaking journey through the adoption process in the United Kingdom. Kindred is an animated VR story, driven by first person narration by Syd—an aspirational parent who navigates the various stages of adoption, experiencing first-hand the highs and lows of a dream shared by so many. Syd is an outsider who has struggled for acceptance in mainstream British society. After deciding to become a parent, Syd navigates the adoption system. The bandwidth of acceptable children is wide; Syd is willing to adopt children from all walks of life. After numerous close calls and more than 150 rejections, one child comes to the fore, a gender questioning child called Ollie. After a “bump in” meeting engineered by the adoption agency, parent and child strike a meaningful connection. The wheels are put in motion. Eventually, Syd and Ollie’s relationship is solidified legally by the courts and the parent-child relationship is created—in one moment they are bonded and in the process redefine the meaning of the family in the United Kingdom forever. (Biennale Vendedig)

Screenplay Bambou Kenneth Main Cast Ki Griffin Music Anil Sebastian Sound Jose Luis, Lara Romero Production Electric Skies (Tessa Ratusynska, Lee Harris)

Castle of Unknowing

Damian Thorn-Hauswirth • US 2022 • 6min • VR360 • Österreichpremiere

Enter into a virtual reality surrealist allegory, where the viewer explores themes of suffering and transformation.

MuVi: Pulverin – Blad Dracula

Magdalena Salner • AT 2023 • 5min • VR360 • MuVi • Weltpremiere

The music video for BLAD DRACULA takes viewers on an spellbinding and absurd journey. The run-down Villa Shapira serves as the backdrop for the gloomy scenario. The vibrant visuals feature experimental and trippy effects, creating an peculiar aesthetic. A haunting voice in a foreign language seems to summon the spirit of Dracula itself. The chanting and the visuals enhance the tense atmosphere and rip open the surroundings to a parallel realm.

Cinematography, Editor Magdalena Salner Music, Cast Pulverin; Ottó Horváth (voice, trumpet, trombone), Daniel Schatz (mixette)

The Smallest of Worlds – A Social Landscape Of Collected Privacy

Uwe Brunner, Bettina Katja Lange, Joan Soler-Adillon, AT/DE/ES 2020 • 20min • Room Scale VR

THE SMALLEST OF WORLDS - A LANDSCAPE OF COLLECTED PRIVACY is an immersive archive composed of people’s most personal places and intimate moments during their home quarantine and self-isolation. Our living spaces are not only places of refuge and comfort, they also serve as our archives, preserving our stories and precious memories.

The Smallest of Worlds – A Landscape Of Collected Privacy was developed during CPH:LAB, part of CPH:DOX Documentary Film Festival 2021 and funded by Pixel, Bytes + Film 2021, BMKÖS (Federal Ministry of Arts, Culture, Public Service and Sports, Austria), and Deutscher Künstlerbund, Neustart Kultur.

Collaborators Developer: Burkart Schwaighofer; Sound Composition: Juan Carlos Duarte Regino; Contribution Webpage: Macario Ortega