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Sunday, June 11 • 11:00am - 6:00pm
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Step into the world of immersive 360/VR storytelling with these 8 fantastic stories curated by Kim Voynar and Nathaniel Pinzon of  WonderTek Labs. 

Free and open to the public. 

Short Films
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Eagle Bone

One of the first VR pieces ever created by a Native American filmmaker, Eagle Bone (CH’AAK’ S’AAGI) is a collective step in a new direction of visual storytelling rooted in being unapologetically Indigenous. Through freestyle spoken word and lush Pacific Northwest scenes, we enter into a VR journey of remembrance and reflection on the lessons of the old ones. Teachings that remind us that we are all individual vessels of spirit and change yet inextricably connected. 5 min / Oklahoma Premiere | Director: Tracy Rector Director Bio: Tracy Rector is an award-winning filmmaker, indigenous activist, and youth mentor living in Seattle. She is the director and founder of Longhouse Media and youth program Native Lens, organizations that teach indigenous people and communities to use media as a tool for self-expression, cultural preservation, and social change. Most recently, she collaborated with VR... Read More →
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Syzygy- Paul Taylor Dance Company

Syzygy in 360 is an in-depth look into the choreography of Paul Taylor. Mixing rehearsal and onstage footage, the film gives viewers a unique immersive perspective on the work and a viewpoint they can only get through the use of 360° film techniques. Narration by dancers who were in the company when Paul Taylor created the work 30 years ago gives additional insights into what was behind the creation of the dance. The film pushes the boundaries of how dance is viewed in... Read More →
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Potato Dreams

A surreal VR autobiographical doc that tells the story of Little Potato's journey growing up gay in the Soviet Union before and after the fall of communism, his mother's struggles to create a better life for them both, and their eventual escape to America via her becoming a mail-order... Read More →
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Behind the Fence

Behind the Fence profiles Abul, a husband who does everything he can to try to help his sick wife, Barbulu, a twelve-year-old boy whose future is diminished due to the constraints of living in this open air prison, and U Wirathu, the Buddhist leader of the 969 movement who stokes public support for restrictive laws that have rendered the Rohingya stateless in their own... Read More →
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The Giant

We follow a girl's strange journey as she grows endlessly, eventually dissolving into the music of the universe. In a 360-degree animated environment, the story is narrated in a single unbroken shot, taking the viewer on a thrilling experience unlike any other. | | 3 min/ Oklahoma Premiere | Directors: Mike Anderson, Ryan Dickie, Abigail Horton Director Bios: New Media Ltd is a directing trio of Mike Anderson, Ryan Dickie and Abigail Horton. Based in Brooklyn, NY, New Media Ltd was recently named in... Read More →
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Haunt

A short virtual reality film about presence, experienced through the eyes of a ghost. She floats in the places she used to be, invisible except for the moments where someone looks straight at her (you), as if they can feel her presence. She dwells in her memories, watching her past-self try to live in the present. Now she just wants to... Read More →
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Say Our Name

This immersive hip-hop dance piece was filmed on the streets of New York City, engaging the viewer to look into the eyes of the people that brutality is happening to everyday on streets throughout America. We must remember and say these names.   4 min/ Oklahoma Premiere | Director: Stina Hamlin Director... Read More →
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La Sorcellerie

A girl discovers her magical powers. | | 3 min / Oklahoma Premiere | Director: Jess Kantor | | Director Bio: Jessica Kantor is an LA based director, producer and interactive storyteller. 


Sunday June 11, 2017 11:00am - 6:00pm
21C Museum Hotel 900 W Main St, Oklahoma City, OK 73106

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