PHI VR TO GO Kicks Off 2021 With New Program!

PHI VR TO GO Kicks Off 2021 With New Program!
Focused on imaginary tales, the series of short films selected by PHI transports you this time into eclectic, creepy, and hypnotic universes where you meet atypical characters.


Since last Spring, PHI has launched an initiative that allows you to experience the cinema differently thanks to a rental of a virtual reality headset. 


While the first program allowed you to travel from Everest to China through space, this one immerses you in imaginary stories where zombies, hallucinogenic plants, and 1970s punk meet for a movie night as different as it is fun


The works:

The program includes 9 short films including two series with nearly two hours of viewing.

- Gloomy Eyes Episodes 1-2-3
(France, Argentina, USA, 3x 8 minutes, English and French, 2020)
Written and directed by Fernando Maldonado, Jorge Tereso, co-written by Santiago Amigorena, produced by 3DAR and Atlas V with music by AHRE Studio

When the sun got tired of the humans, it decided to hide and never rise again. The darkness awoke the dead from their graves. A zombie kid called Gloomy and a mortal girl called Nina fall in love and immerse in a deep connection that not even the most powerful man in town can destroy.

Official Selection, Tribeca Film Festival, 2019


- BattleScar Episodes 1-2-3
(United States, France, 3x 10 minutes, 2018-2020, English and French)
Created by Nico Casavecchia and Martin Allais, produced by Atlas V, 1stAveMachine and Fauns, in collaboration with ARTE France and Kaleidoscope

A story of initiation that takes us to the heart of New York's punk scene in the 1970s, in the footsteps of Lupe and Debbie, two young women wanting to set up a rock band.

Festival du nouveau cinéma Innovation Grand Prix, Montreal, 2018


- Ayahuasca
(France, Luxembourg, 20 minutes, no dialogue, 2019)
Directed by Jan Kounen, produced by Atlas V, a_BAHN and Small

A spiritual journey through the realms of medicinal plants, led by an indigenous Shipibo traditional healer in the Amazon rainforest.

Winner, Geneva International Film Festival, 2019


- Vestige
(UK, France, USA, 13 minutes, French, 2018)
Directed by Aaron Bradbury, produced by Paul Mowbray, Antoine Cayrol, Jill Klekas Basmajian and, Atlas V

Vestige is a creative documentary that uses volumetric live capture to take the viewer on a journey into the mind of Lisa as she remembers her lost love, Erik. Within an empty void, fragments of past memories of their life together appear.

Best Immersive Work, Geneva International Film Festival, 2018


- Ex Anima
(France, 13 minutes, no dialogue, 2019)
Directed by Bartabas and Pierre Zandrowicz, produced by Antoine Cayrol and Théâtre Équestre Zingaro, Arte France, Atlas V and MK2 Films

Within an empty void, horses start to appear. They emerge from darkness, blowing, exhaling. Their mighty carcass is slowly moving.

World Premiere, Venice Biennale, 2019


    You will now have a choice between the two different programs. You will be able to rent one or the other of the proposed series or double the pleasure by renting two headsets!

    To learn more about PHI VR TO GO or to rent a headset, visit their brand new website.

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