Documentary, 14’, Germany, 2019
Director: Jörg Courtial, Maria Courtial
Synopsis: Legendary Footprints – A breathtaking journey into space following in the tracks of the Apollo missions, from the rocket launch up to their return on earth.
Documentary, 9’, Denmark, 2020
Director: Robert Fox
Synopsis: Morocco. M’Hamid Oasis has experienced his childhood oasis being covered with sand because of desertification. Visiting Nomads of Sahara he comes up with an idea to win over the Sahara.
Fiction, 13’, USA/Greece, 2020
Director: Dimitris Tsilifonis
Synopsis: The quest of a self-deprecating man exploring different suicide methods inside a lifelike videogame simulation.
Animation, 7’, USA, 2019
Director: Brian Andrews
Synopsis: Against a landscape of X-ray imagery and wild anatomical reimagination, a mother and her children struggle for survival. This experience follows an Arachnid Hominid, an intelligent creature with human and spider physiology.
Animation, 11’, Spain 2020
Synopsis: Paradoxa is a virtual reality video about time travel. It portrays a journey showing different elements of the past, present and our idea of the future. Thanks to these powerful images, the audience experiences the sensation of travelling through different periods of time.
Fiction, 14’, South Korea, 2020
Director: Sngmoo Lee & Youngyun Song
Synopsis: Based on a personal writing of Thura, an alien worker from Myanmar in Korea. Thura depicts social inequalities and discrepancies against alien workers while sharing his poetic comments on the glamour and dark sides of the modern capitalist society.
Documentary, 13’, USA, 2018
Director: Cassandra Evanisko
Synopsis: Before a witness recantation led to his immediate exoneration and release, Rickey Jackson spent four decades in prison for a murder he did not commit. A 360° portrait of one of the longest-serving exonerees in U.S.history in his surreal, new life post prison.
Documentary, 10’, Italy, 2019
Director: Milad Tangshir
Synopsis: VR Free explores the nature of incarceration spaces by portraying slices of life inside a prison in Turin, Italy.
Documentary, 15’, Switzerland/USA, 2019
Director: Sam Wolson
Synopsis: 360-degree experience pushes past traditional documentary tropes to evoke the reality and emotional gravity of life in Fukushima, ten years after the 2011 nuclear disaster.
Animation, 9’, USA, Ethiopia, 2020
Dirección: Ainslee Alem Robson
Synopsis: Ferenj is a visual dialogue between memory, reality, and the digital. This immersive graphic memoir is crafted from the director’s reconstructed memories questioning the meaning of home and identity as a mixed-race, Ethiopian-American growing up amidst cultural dissonance.