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    Q&A with Catherine Feltham - Director and Producer of Aftershock Aftershock: Nepal’s untold water story is the charity WaterAid’s first virtual reality film. It follows plumber Krishna Sunuwar, 58, as he works with his neighbors to repair the village’s water system after the 2015 devastating...
    March 26, 2017 · Interviews
    Louis Jebb is founder and CEO of immersiv.ly, a pioneering company in the production of news content in virtual reality (VR) since 2014. Jebb is an ambassador for Journalism 360, an initiative to share knowledge and best practices in immersive journalism backed by Google News Lab, Knight...
    ORAMA Festival is approaching and we are very pleased to introduce you to three-panel discussions happening during the week end. It will be an incredible opportunity to learn more about VR Journalism and Storytelling. If you want to learn more about the agenda , click here 1.The current...
    March 13, 2017 · Interviews,VR for Good
    Marisol Grandon is CEO of Unfold Stories, a British startup specializing in digital storytelling for international development and purpose led brands. Marisol spent 10 years in UK government including 8 years at Department for International Development as Head of Creative Content where she...
    Will McMaster is a Cannes award-winning documentary filmmaker and Head of VR at Visualise. Since joining Visualise, he has directed over 25 VR experiences, and oversaw the creation of dozens more. He obviously believe that Virtual reality is not just an hype , but it can be considered the...
    We have met for a quick chat with Mary Matheson Producer/Director of charity and NGO films. She made several award-winning films for international charities such as Plan International, Christian Aid and Save the Children. At ORAMA she will tell us more about Mamie's Dream her first VR film,...
    Greenpeace has been using technology to bring issues into public eye for a long time, encouraging viewers to learn about the challenges of humanity. We met with Pete Speller to discuss how Greenpeace have been using virtual reality, outlining opportunities and challenges of 360 degrees videos. ...
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