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20 December 2018 à 16:39
French VR at the forefront of an exhibition in Montreal
Until January 20, 2019, the Phi Center in Montreal is presenting a new exhibition of virtual reality works focusing on the theme of the universe.
Since September 25 this year, the Phi Center in Montreal has hosted an exhibition of VR works titled "Echo: the Sound of Space," which aims to tell the story of today's world through the timeless vibrations of the universe. With this show, this leading cultural institution in Quebec invites viewers to connect to our contemporary world through reflections, parallels, and distant echoes. The program reflects the best in recent virtual reality creations and places a deliberate emphasis on stories that resonate within all of us.
Of a total of thirteen works presented, five are French productions or co-productions:
- The Real Thing (selected notably at Melbourne and Montreal; award winner at Paris NewImages)
- SPHERES (acclaimed at Sundance; award winner at the Venice Film Festival)
- Vestige (presented at Tribeca; winner of the Reflet d’Or Award at the Geneva Film Festival)
This exhibition once again highlights the predominance of the studio Atlas V in the sector of immersive productions. One of its creations, Vestige, is now available with a soundtrack featuring the voice of Marion Cotillard, and is distributed outside France in the USA (Ryot) and in the UK (Other Set).
The exhibition will continue until January 20, 2019.
You can find the complete program here.
Latest update : 27 December 2018 à 16:39 CET