WATERSHED, WATERSIDE 2
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Insights and personal reflections on what filmmaker Avril Furness has learned during the indie VR filmmaking process, based on a case study of ‘The Last Moments’, her VR docu-drama.
This case-study will reveal: the inspiration behind the creative idea of ‘The Last Moments’; from script to set, the challenges faced; an overview of the technical process (production of the film); close look at audience reception; insights into the power of VR, and a brief look at Avril’s current VR project.
Motivated to tell compelling stories and inspiring ideas in immersive and or traditional mediums, Avril has a passion for performance driven narratives. Avril is an independent VR, 360 and Film Director, Writer, Producer.
‘The Last Moments’ was nominated for Best Director at UnderWire Festival, shown at London Short Film Festival, London Film Festival (part of LFF Education), and Websummit Lisbon. In her previous life before filmmaking and graduating from London Film Academy, Avril was a Copywriter and Art Director at London advertising agencies Fallon and Wieden+Kennedy.
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