This year’s Tribeca Film Festival will not only be remembered for its impressive array of films, but also for a number of controversial firsts. An airline commercial was pulled from showing, reporters were infuriated to find James Franco and Shai LaBeouf absent from a red carpet premiere, and the new Immersive Storyscapes feature allowed audiences to experience virtual reality in an all new way. As if all that wasn’t enough, the 2017 celebration wrapped with special showings and cast reunions for two of the biggest films in history: Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs and Francis Ford Coppola’s The Godfather. Continue reading →
This is absolutely absurd. These visuals create an immediate sensory overload upon viewing, and that is on a computer, not even live in person. The French duo, Moatik and Fraction, take technology to a whole new level with their fascination of science and our conception of time. The two have created one of the most interactive media experiences of all time with their latest experiment to visually alter time and space. Once you press play, I doubt you can keep your eyes off of this.