"bethlehem" premieres at true/false fest
A new VR doc by Jesse Epstein and Andrea Rollefson will premiere at the amazing True/False documentary film festival, March 1st to 3rd. Bethlehem explores the once booming steel mill in which workers fabricated the materials for the Empire State Building and the Golden Gate Bridge. The sprawling Bethlehem Plant has since been converted into a casino. This poetic exploration of a changing city confronts the past and future of the American workforce.
The National: Something Out of Nothing
Scenic director Marshall Curry has collaborated on a new VR documentary with The New York Times about the band The National. Join them onstage during an epic performance in Copenhagen and in their Hudson Valley recording studio as they create their new album, “Sleep Well Beast.”
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”inside the biennale”
Scenic and Artsy have collaborated to bring you a behind-the-scenes VR documentary series about the world's most influential art exhibition, the 57th Venice Biennale of Art. New episodes of this 9-part series are being released weekly. You can watch these 3D 360° videos now in your browser or VR headset.
this is what the future looked like
This Is What the Future Looked Like, directed by Sam Green and Gary Hustwit, explores the philosophies and work of futurist architect Buckminster Fuller. Featuring stunning 360° views of Fuller's geodesic domes that are only possible with VR, and an original score by Yo La Tengo, this new VR piece is currently being shown at film and VR festivals. Wider release details soon.