Virtual reality

Virtual reality and human rights showing

Festival's Information Office (Victoria Eugenia Antzokia)
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April 5-7 / 11:00 – 14:00 / 16:00 – 20:00

For the second year running, the Human Rights Film Festival presents this selection of short films à la carte. Virtual reality and immersive experiences have become hugely powerful audiovisual tools for denouncing human rights infringements all over the world and for generating empathy. This selection looks at a new way of addressing human rights with fourteen pieces representative of what has been done in this field.

Curator: Zacarías de Santiago Areizaga

Asignatura Empatía (2017). Aitor Gutiérrez. Spain. 6 min

Bloodless (2017). Gina Kim. South Korea. 12 min

The Curse of Palm Oil (2018). Viktorija Mickute, Drew Ambrose, Sarah Yeo. Malaysia. 7 min

The Day the World Changed (2018). Gabo Arora, Saschka Unseld / ICAN. USA. Interactive

La historia de Aisha (2018). Ignacio Marín / Save The Children. Mauritania. 4 min

Home After War (2018). Gayatri Parameswaran, Felix Gaedtke / GICHD. Germany-USA-Switzerland-Irak. Interactive

La huida del lago Chad (2019). Anna Surinyach, Amaia Esparza / MSF. Spain. 5 min

iANIMAL (2016). José Valle / Igualdad Animal. Spain-Italy-Germany-Mexico-UK-USA. 5 / 6 / 7 min

My Africa (2018). David Allen. Conservation International. Kenya-UK. 9 min

Rainbow Warrior in Taiwan (2018). Yves Chiu / Greenpeace, Taiwan. 2 min

Sense of Home (2018). Janus Heiberg / Red Cross. Denmark. 5 min

Through My Eyes (2019). Walter Alabarcez, David Gomis / Amref Salud África. Spain. 7 min

The Umbrella Movement – Four Years On (2018). Cathy Chu, Hana Young / Amnesty International. Hong Kong-China. 3 min

You Are There: On the Road to Making Polio History (2016). Peter Collins / UNICEF. Kenya. 5 min