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Igloo Vision at the BFI

We’re thrilled to welcome back our friends from Igloo Vision, who are bringing an amazing package of 360 content for Future Film Festival ticket holders to experience in their pop-up 360 Igloo cinema.

Thursday 21 - Sunday 24 February 2019
FREE for ticket holders throughout the Festival

Image from BFI Future Film Festival 2018

Igloo Vision design, develop and deliver immersive 360° domes, cylinders and all of the enabling technologies.

Stepping inside an Igloo immersive space is a bit like stepping inside a giant VR headset. And, unlike a VR headset, is always a shared experience.

Check out the timetable of screenings and events you can drop into for free throughout the 12th BFI Future Film Festival.

Thursday 21 February
10am–11am

  • Drop in sessions: Watch some of the latest and greatest 360° VR documentaries and short film experiences in a shared VR environment.

12:30pm–13:30pm
  • Discussing the implications of 360° video and shared VR in the future of the industry – Hosted by Theo Penty and Jessica Cooper of Igloo Vision.

14:30pm–16:30pm
  • Drop in sessions: Watch some of the latest and greatest 360° VR documentaries and short film experiences in a shared VR environment.

 

Friday 22 February
10am–11am

  • Drop in sessions: Watch some of the latest and greatest 360° VR documentaries and short film experiences in a shared VR environment.

12:30pm–13:30pm
  • Critical analysis of Racing the King Tide, a 360VR film that shows what life is like on the islands of Tubigon, Bohol, Philippines that become flooded even during normal high tides. Coming face-to-face with a hundred years’ worth of sea-level rise as a result of earthquake-induced land subsidence in 2013, these communities show a glimpse of the real impacts of climate change on small low-lying islands around the world. At the same time, the film shows how life goes on in these communities despite all the challenges they face – Hosted by Chadwick of The HatchTV, LJMU and a fellow of the HEA Academy.

14:30pm–16:30pm
  • Drop in sessions: Watch some of the latest and greatest 360° VR documentaries and short film experiences in a shared VR environment.

 

Saturday 23 February
10am–11am

  • Drop in sessions: Watch some of the latest and greatest 360° VR documentaries and short film experiences in a shared VR environment.

12:30pm–13:30pm
  • Discussing the implications of 360° video and shared VR in the future of the industry – Hosted by Theo Penty and Jessica Cooper of Igloo Vision.

14:30pm–16:30pm
  • Drop in sessions: Watch some of the latest and greatest 360° VR documentaries and short film experiences in a shared VR environment.

 

Sunday 24 February
10am–11am

  • Drop in sessions: Watch some of the latest and greatest 360° VR documentaries and short film experiences in a shared VR environment.

12:30pm–13:30pm
  • Critical analysis of Racing the King Tide, a 360VR film that shows what life is like on the islands of Tubigon, Bohol, Philippines that become flooded even during normal high tides. Coming face-to-face with a hundred years’ worth of sea level rise as a result of earthquake-induced land subsidence in 2013, these communities show a glimpse of the real impacts of climate change on small low-lying islands around the world. At the same time, the film shows how life goes on in these communities despite all the challenges they face – Hosted by Chadwick of The HatchTV, LJMU and a fellow of the HEA Academy.

14:30pm–16:30pm
  • Drop in sessions: Watch some of the latest and greatest 360° VR documentaries and short film experiences in a shared VR environment.

 


Image from BFI Future Film Festival 2018


Image from Igloo logo



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