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24th Ji.hlava International Documentary Film Festival

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Zurich 2.0
Zurich 2.0
Zurich 2.0
Zurich 2.0

Zurich 2.0

director: Dirk Koy
original title: Zurich 2.0
country: Switzerland
year: 2015
running time: 3 min.

synopsis

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.

 

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director: Dirk Koy

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