On the Move

2017 Festival

Sun, Oct 2, 2016 @ 7:30 pm - GPLT

The 5 films in this package feature characters on the move, either on foot or virtually via an insect drone’s camera during flight. Rated 14+ (Coarse Language, Sexual Content), this package includes 3 award-winning films including FlySpy which is a hybrid of traditional film and virtual reality. It has two different versions: one for a traditional screen shown as part of this package and one for VR headsets. Enjoy the VR version (among other VR experiences) during the drop-in Virtual Reality Experience (presented with PRIMAA) from 6:00pm to 8:30pm on Fri, Sep 30 at the Muskoseepi Pavilion.

Films in this package

As a young couple arrives in Los Angeles after a cross-country road trip with all of their belongings, their car is commandeered in a police chase. They set out on a quest to get it back, but their relationship is strained to the breaking point in the process. Can they recover what they had ……

This inspiring documentary follows the journey of a Stage 4 cancer patient who dreams of walking the 500-mile Camino de Santiago across Spain. Told by his doctors that he can’t make the trip, he does the next best thing. He creates his own camino behind his house. Won the Audience Award for Best Documentary at…

While staying with her aunt at a Norwegian campground, a Romanian teen fantasizes about having a carefree summer with her new friend, but expectations are pushing her into the same line of work as her aunt. Won Best International Short under 15 minutes at the 2016 Festival Internazionale Milano. Website Trailer

A genius deviant uses a wirelessly controlled robotic fly with a camera in its head to spy on his ex-girlfriend. FlySpy is a hybrid of traditional film and virtual reality with two different versions: one for a traditional screen and one for VR headsets. Won Best Dramatic Short Film at the 2016 Arizona International Film…

In a snaking queue line at airport immigration, a man spots a beautiful stranger. Does he dare say something? Express his true feelings aloud? Can so much passion be conveyed any other way than in song?