Virtual Reality

Discover the dark side of virtual reality is this modern tech thriller

By Anton Bitel

Yedidya Gorsetman’s 2018 film Empathy, Inc explores themes of identity, alterity and technophobia.

Are short films the future of virtual reality?

By Justine Smith

As VR continues to grow, shortform storytelling looks poised to re-enter mainstream cinema.

How long before virtual reality takes over from film?

By Jack Godwin

An extraordinary new film called Dear Angelica sees the young medium take a giant leap forward.

How interactive storytelling is shaping the future of cinema

By Andreas Kirkinis

The gap between movies and video games is closing. But what will happen when the viewer has control over the script?

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