ABOUT VR / 360 °
The virtual reality film Kinshasa Now is an experience where the viewer is immersed, thanks to a 360 ° VR headset, in the middle of the streets of Kinshasa while discovering the daily life of a street child.
The film is shot in a real setting, with real actors.
The experiment exists in a linear version and
in an interactive version with 60 minutes of film,
40 possible paths, the duration of which varies between seven and twenty-five minutes,
depending on the viewer's choices.
Indeed, during the film, proposals are made to the spectator who decides
itself from the rest of the story.
In selection at the Venice Film Festival
Visible on site and remotely in the institutions of Hangzou, Geneva, Moscow, Paris, Barcelona, Taiwan, Berlin, Modena, Piacenza, Copenhagen, Montreal, Portland, Amsterdam and Istanbul
Brussels Palace Cinema
In September 2020
UNICEF Headquarters in Brussels
On the occasion of open days.
Wallonia-Brussels Center in Paris
At the 29th Francophone Cinema Fortnight, during an event organized by the Wallonia-Brussels Center and the Francophonie Métissée Festival
Tour in the Democratic Republic of Congo - Postponed due to covid-19.
Broadcasts in 28 locations, four cities - Kinshasa, Goma, Mbuji-Mayi and Lubumbashi for 31 days