7 December 2017, 8:00 PM
Muranów cinema, ul. Andersa 1
Interactive cinema: no one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark. Watch Docs Festival opening event
How to relay the refugee crisis through digital media, virtual reality, immersion and interaction? The screening session, led by new media curator Paulien Dresscher (NL), will showcase:
An interactive documentary animation about a Syrian refugee camp in northern Iraq, presented at MoMA in New York. The makers brought to life its inhabitants and places in a multidimensional mix of sound, drawings, photo and film. Scroll through audio-visual narratives and meet some of the camp’s residents.
The Netherlands, 2014
Author: Dirk Jan Visser, Jan Rothuizen, Martijn van Tol
Producer: Submarine Channel
Team: Aart Jan van der Linden, Christiaan de Rooij, Jorgen Koolwijk, Yaniv Wolf
Developers: Aart Jan van der Linden
Designers: Christiaan de Rooij
12 days on Lesbos
First Polish Snapchat film – a work of reportage by two female journalists produced by Gazeta Wyborcza daily newspaper.
Concept and creation: Aleksandra Hirszfeld, Karolina Sulich
Amongst the gunfire and falling bombs, Mohammed Kteish dreamt of a better future for his city. On the rooftop of his ravaged building, he started turning that dream into reality by visualizing and then constructing a cityscape of his own. A Virtual Reality Experience.
Architect: Mohammed Kteish
Creative Technologist: Andy Overton
Producers: Zahra Mackaoui, Alex Pearson and Marshmallow Laser Feast