Human rights and activist filmmakers talk about how VR can be a powerful tool to force underreported or forgotten issues into the public consciousness.
Rowan Pybus's virtual reality film reveals the inspirational radio project seeking to change the way homeless youth in the DRC capital Kinshasa are seen.
As protests against the Olympics and corruption have exposed Brazil’s ruptures for the world to see, a pioneering collaborative art project between British and Brazilian artists digs into São Paulo’s dividing lines.
After fleeing Iran, Ash Koosha’s future-focussed productions blur the lines between music, film and virtual reality.
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Indie filmmakers at Sundance are using virtual reality to enhance hard stories on social conflict. But is VR just another gimmick?