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25 February 2019 à 14:43

French VR honored in Montreal

A stand-out at the latest Venice International Film Festival , The Horrifically Real Virtuality installation is exhibited at the Centre Phi until April 28, 2019 in a new and augmented layout.

After generating enthusiasm at the last Venice International Film Festival and recently awarded at Future of Storytelling in New York (Best Innovation in Storytelling), the VR experience The Horrifically Real Virtuality lands for its Canadian premiere. From March 2 through April 28, the Centre Phi in Montreal offers the Canadian public an opportunity to discover the new creation by DVgroup in a layout specially conceived for the Quebec cultural institution. On this occasion, a lounge and store inspired by the film's world – and in homage to the director Ed Wood – have been conceived to accompnay the temporary exhibition.

An atypical work at the crossroads of cinema and immersive theater, The Horrifically Real Virtuality offers a unique use of virtual reality technologies. Now simultaneously visible to 10 spectators, the film lasts nearly an hour and sessions are offered in French or English, depending on the session time.

Reservations are obligatory. More information can be found here.

Author : Communications

Latest update : 28 February 2019 à 14:43 CET

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Venice International Film Festival - 2019

Type : Feature film and short film festival

Theme : All films