Category: Entertainment, Strategy
Client: Independent Project
This project is in pre-production and needs further funding.
In 2015, murphy+alzner traveled to Cambodia with the generous support of USC’s Peter Clarke Grant to begin the process of capturing an underdog story about how the smallest of creatures are helping eliminate the largest of problems – landmines.
What we saw in Cambodia was hard to experience and simply unforgettable. Communities are paralyzed. Just outside their doors are old, leftover explosives putting the lives of their children, themselves and their communities at daily risk.
We realized we couldn’t tell this story just traditionally. We needed a more immersive medium. We wanted viewers to experience the palpable and deafening feeling of standing on uncertain ground. We decided to wait and tell this story in Virtual Reality when the technology hit mainstream.
Virtual reality has finally arrived! We can move out of the world of frames into the world of encounters.
Please contact us for detailed information on treatment, budget and filming schedule.
CURRENT SUPPORTING PARTNERS. THANK YOU!
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