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24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Unrest VR
Unrest VR
Unrest VR
Unrest VR

Unrest VR

director: Jennifer Brea, Amaury La Burthe
original title: Unrest VR
country: United States, France, United Kingdom
year: 2017
running time: 20 min.

synopsis

A stunning rendition of the situation - a person tied by disease to a bed, based on documentation of neurosensory responses to pain or fainting. The viewer goes through difficult-to-imagine situations while experiencing the freedom of floating in their own inner landscape. 

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director: Jennifer Brea, Amaury La Burthe

other films in the section

Isle of the Dead
A virtual interpretation of a famous work by Arnold Böcklin, a Swiss symbolist painter, creates a fantastic world of the 1883 painting as a space of timelessness and a poetic existence during the boat trip with Charon the ferryman. The musical accompaniment is Rachmaninoff's symphonic poem inspired by the same painting.

Isle of the Dead

Benjamin Nuel
France / 2018 / 8 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Unframed – The Intimacies
A visually unique presentation of woodcuts by Swiss artist Félix Vallotton. The woman portrayed in his works reflects on the way the scenes from a story of love and betrayal are depicted. This work is an essay on intimacy and its portrayal.

Unframed – The Intimacies

Félix Vallotton
2018 / 6 min.
section: Virtual Reality
The Great Ocean (Debris) - Venice
A hybrid documentary about climate change and polluting plastics and their effects on the oceans.  The viewer follows the water cycle in Venice, where the sea level is rising. It’s not just an exploration or an enlightening experience - the consumer must change the environment for the better in this world. 

The Great Ocean (Debris) - Venice

Michael Geidel
Germany / 2018 / 25 min.
section: Virtual Reality
World Premiere
The Argos file
A combination of various narrative techniques portrays the world as it might look in 2029, when Argos builds personalized realities using neural technologies, and nearly a third of Earth’s population is addicted to uploading and sharing their memories – somehow very similar to today’s reality. 

The Argos file

Josema Roig
United States / 2016 / 4 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Daughters of Chibok
In 2014, members of the Boko Haram terrorist group kidnapped 276 adolescent girls from the Chibok farming community in Nigeria, and 112 of the girls have still not returned home. The film looks at the tragedy, contemporary life, and women’s rights through the characters of the girls’ mothers.

Daughters of Chibok

JOEL BENSON
Nigeria / 2019 / 11 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Ghost Fleet VR
This harrowing documentary account of modern slavery on Indonesian fishing ships interconnects unique footage shot at the ships with the story of Tun Lin from Thailand who was kidnapped  at the age of 14 and worked as a slave on a ship for 14 years until he was saved by a humanitarian organization.

Ghost Fleet VR

Shannon Service, Lucas Gath
United States / 2018 / 8 min.
section: Virtual Reality
In the trenches of World War I
A reconstruction of the tumultuous events of 1916, when Russia is torn by war, its economy in ruins, and countless soldiers die every day on the front. People yearning for peace, dissatisfied with the current authorities, start thinking about revolution. 

In the trenches of World War I

Eduard Chizhikov
Russia / 2017 / 2 min.
section: Virtual Reality
The Scream
Norwegian painter Edvard Munch created three versions of The Scream, one of the most important Expressionist paintings, between 1893 and 1910. Here it’s the starting point for a suggestive spatial and interactive examination of darkness, inspirations, and interpretations of this embodiment of internal and external terror.

The Scream

charles ayats, Sandra PAUGAM
France / 2019 / 15 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Zurich 2.0
An interactive video, created using 3D scans of streets and buildings, that constructs a hyper-realistic excursion through fragments of the Swiss city of Zürich, which the viewer sees from the perspective of freely floating in space while the city falls to pieces and builds itself up again in new impressive ways. The screening was supported by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia.  

Zurich 2.0

Dirk Koy
Switzerland / 2015 / 3 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Beyond the Wall
This film shows the living conditions of hundreds of thousands of migrants when they made their escape from gangs, drug cartels, and criminality in Central America. A harsh account with concrete testimonies, such as a young woman in Honduras whose two daughters were kidnapped and murdered by a gang.

Beyond the Wall

Mikkel Cantzler, Mikkel Keldorf
Denmark / 2018 / 7 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Through the Masks of Luzia
A celebration of Mexican culture based on the famous Cirque du Soleil show leads the viewer through Mayan ideas about life after life, a celebration of the Tarahumara people, spectacular wilderness and exuberantly imaginative images.

Through the Masks of Luzia

Paul Raphaël, Félix Lajeunesse, Francois Blouin
United States, Canada / 2017 / 14 min.
section: Virtual Reality
Home After War
The story of a father who returns to his home in the Iraqi town of Fallujah, where all around are makeshift explosives. When his son dies tragically, it shows the home as a place where you are afraid.

Home After War

Gayatri Parameswaran, Felix Gaedtke
Iraq, Germany, United States / 2018 / 20 min.
section: Virtual Reality
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