Leading interactive studio’s latest VR experience is released today; first-ever live virtual reality red carpet premiere for the short was the ultimate socially distanced event, with attendees using Oculus Quest headsets to interact in real-time as avatars.
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A free program of 55 pieces, selected by the Tribeca Film Festival, Veer VR and Positron, including 23 in the Development Showcase, will be open to VR users through the Museum of Other Realities.
‘Bonfire,’ Baobab Studios’ interactive VR experience voiced by comedian Ali Wong, and ‘A Voice is All You Need” are among animation standouts at this year’s awards.
Digital event, running June 24-26, will bring together XR artists, traditional filmmakers, tech companies, indie producers and investors to help shape the future of immersive entertainment.
Free 10-day digital festival, featuring 100 films, including DreamWorks shorts and Annecy animation selections, begins May 29 on YouTube.
In the face of COVID-19, the Tribeca Film Festival partners with Oculus to feature 15 VR films in four online programs running April 17-25.
Studio’s new short, directed by Taylor Meacham, with character designs by Nico Marlet, is latest entry in the DreamWorks Shorts program started back in 2017.
International collaboration of artists and sponsors, including Artella, Autodesk and Foundry, come together, helping writer/director Carlos Baena achieve his chilling creative vision.
Animated documentary VR experience produced by Ado Ato Pictures and directed by Tamara Shogaolu to have its world premiere as one of five projects in Tribeca Immersive’s select Storyscapes competition.
Sixty-three narrative, documentary & animated shorts selected from a record 5,131 submissions to compete across 11 competition programs at the 18th annual Tribeca Film Festival.
More than 30 virtual reality projects to be presented at the Virtual Arcade and Tribeca Cinema360 at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival.
Fest assembles a wide selection of top directors, actors, producers and storytellers to recognize the best work.
Created by Anishinaabe artist Lisa Jackson, the project imagines a future reclaimed by nature and connected to the past via indigenous language.
The studio’s first female-directed short will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival and play in front of ‘Incredibles 2’ when it’s released June 15.
Virtual Arcade lineup includes 21 world premiere VR, AR experiences and five projects selected for Storyscapes competition.
Norwegian production by producer-director-writer Kristin Ulseth screened as a part of the Shorts: Animated Shorts Curated by Whoopi G program.
Tribeca Immersive’s 2017 lineup set to transport audiences to new worlds with 23 Virtual Arcade projects and six Storyscapes selections from VR filmmakers, developers and studios spanning six different countries from around the globe.
Latest installment of the Google Spotlight Stories series from the Academy Award-winning director of Disney’s ‘Feast’ is now available for both Android and iOS.
Google and Patrick Osborne’s ‘Pearl’ leads a number of VR projects showcased at festival’s Virtual Arcade.
360-degree version of the film available for preview at the Tribeca Film Festival’s 2016 Interactive Playground.
Interactive animated short from Oscar-winning director of ‘Feast’ is set to have its world premiere as part of the ‘Rock and a Hard Place’ shorts program at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Titmouse Animation Studio’s R-rated animated feature written by Andrew Kevin Walker and directed by Chris Prynoski is set to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 14.
Animated shorts program curated by Whoopi Goldberg includes ‘The Orchestra,’ directed by Mikey Hill; ‘Lucens,’ directed and written by Marcel Barelli; ‘Fear,’ directed by Dawn Dreyer and Andrea Love; ‘Violet,’ directed by Maurice Joyce; ‘Short Story of a Fox and a Mouse,’ directed and written by Camille Chaix, Hugo Jean, Juliette Jourdan, Marie Pillier and Kevin Roger; ‘I am a Pencil’ (Je suis un Crayon), directed and written by Joe D’Arcy; and the U.S. premiere of Bill Plympton's ‘The Loneliest Stoplight.’