You’ll experience arts in reality and virtual reality.
An interactive storytelling event using traditional cinema, 360 film, and virtual reality, featuring media from a diverse range of Canadian artists. Bonus – a workshop on Aboriginal traditional painting from Heiltsuk artist Ben Houstie.
We will also have some short films screening –
From Vancouver Asian Film Festival – Philip Planta’s “Final Wishes” A father-son story starring #talesbeyondthebar star Lee Shorten
From Vancouver Web Fest – Benoit Lach’s Fluffy Marky- featuring a man transformed into a puppet. (French with subtitles)
From National Film Board of Canada Daniel Frenette’s “Lost Dreams” where Kateryna Ewanchuck, a young Ukrainian in 1919 Manitoba, fights for justice against the oppression her people face.
And lastly from the East Van Showcase, Linnea Ritland’s “Violet & June”. A partially animated tale about a girl head over heels in love with her best friend, and the boyfriend that stands in between them.
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