Exploring new technology trends
| 6 minutes | 2017
A gym teacher aspires to make sports accessible to two sisters who have muscular dystrophy. In a surprising twist, students without disabilities soon ask for wheelchairs to play basketball with them. What emerges is a movement of reverse inclusion that expands to an entire community, where the majority adapts to the minority.
As part of PARCOURS GRANDE PLACE VIRTUELLE
The spectator finds himself in conversation with four actors at four points of the compass. Everyone is jealous and wants the viewer’s attention....
CANADA | 6 minutes | 2017
IN COMPETITIONCan we still live together? Abitibi360 explores ties of identity and culture in the Abitibi region. When settlers came to clear the harsh...
Travel to Canada’s Banff National Park, and into the life of Bear 71. Originally launched in 2012, Bear 71 VR is an acclaimed interactive multi-user...
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