Exploring new technology trends
QUéBEC, Canada | 0 minutes | 2019
Using geometric shapes inspired by traditional Anishinaabe patterns, the territory is divided, reassembled and fragmented in a dynamic series of motions. The ages-old patterns are related to long-suppressed Indigenous knowledge. They represent unknown lands, invisible boundaries andtransitional spaces.Produced by the Partnership of Quartier des spectacles
East of The Rockies is an interactive narrative AR experience written by acclaimed Canadian author Joy Kogawa and told from the perspective of Yuki, a...
XR - extended realities
CANADA | 59 minutes | 2019
You play as Bob, a fisherman’s puppet trapped inside a strange world replicated inside out in an infinite recursive loop, full of mischievous characters...
FRANCE | 20 minutes | 2019
At the very end of the European Union, there is the prison of Botosani, where Cristian, Busliuc and Manix spend the last days of their penalties. They’ve...
GERMANY, ROMANIA | 38 minutes | 2019
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