Asian VR

Just a few years ago, virtual reality films were perceived as gadgets, interesting novelties for gamers and tech enthusiasts. Today we already know that VR is an extremely creative tool, allowing artists to develop new concepts of storytelling, which engage and entertain the audiences, but also providing a space for deep reflection and unique emotional sensations. VR experiences have made their way into the biggest film festivals and the most important modern art institutes.

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dir. Qing Shao
China 2019, 12’
Available for the whole festival period.
dir. Gina Kim
South Korea 2017, 12’
Available for the whole festival period.
dir. Dorian Goto Stone
Japan 2020, 23’
Available for the whole festival period.
dir. Song Youngyoon, Lee Sngmoo
South Korea 2020, 14’
Available for the whole festival period.
dir. Jonathan Hagard
Indonesia, Japan, Germany 2020, 12’
Available for the whole festival period.
dir. Cooper Yoo Sanghyun
South Korea 2020, 5’44’’
Available for the whole festival period.
dir. Cheng Pu-yuan
Taiwan 2018, 8’
Available for the whole festival period.
dir. John Hsu
Taiwan 2017, 10’
Available for the whole festival period.

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