You See Monsters Hits Adelaide Festival Big Screen
You See Monsters will screen at the Mercury Cinema in Adelaide on Thursday 19th April at 6pm as part of the Adelaide Festival. The film is presented as part of the Eleven exhibition Waqt al-tagheer: Time of Change. Eleven is a national collective of Muslim artists, many of whom feature in the You See Monsters documentary. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with artists Abdul Abdullah and Haneen Martin.
Inside Manus Heads To London Festival
Our VR documentary Inside Manus is packing its bags and heading to Blighty after being handpicked to screen at the Global Health Film Festival in London on 8-9 December 2017. The festival takes place at The Barbican, Europe’s largest mixed arts complex, and showcases films that provoke discussion and inspire change.
Inside Manus Wins Australian Producers Award
While we’re saddened by the events unfolding on Manus Island, we’re thrilled that our VR documentary, Inside Manus, co-produced with Hoodlum and Cutting Edge, won best Interactive Production at the 17th annual Screen Producers Australia Award. And we’re even more delighted that one of the three men featured in the documentary, Amir Taghinia, has safely made it to Canada to start a new life.
Inside Manus Selected For New York Festival
A festival exploring how storytelling is evolving in the digital age sounds like a ripper idea, so we’re pleased as punch that our VR documentary Inside Manus will be part of the Future of Storytelling (FoST) Festival to be held in New York City on 6-8 October, 2017.
Download Our Inside Manus VR Documentary Free
Big thank you to MIFF for hosting the world premiere of our VR documentary Inside Manus, which tells the stories of three men held in Australia’s offshore immigration detention centre. You can find Inside Manus on the SBS VR app. It’s free to download and is available on Samsung Gear VR, Apple iOS and Google Android devices from the link below: