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Climate short films – Illuminate dome screening

Tuesday, November 23

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Join us for a series of Climate focused immersive films, screened as part of Illuminate 2021

Climate Crimes

Climate Crimes is a large-scale immersive fulldome video installation, which explores the complex relationship between global air pollution, climate change and human migration. Featured in the Future Starts Here exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, Climate Crimes is a collaboration with Dr Adrian Lahoud with Max Crow of NSC Creative, architect Kamil Dalkir, sound designer Mike Wyeld and technical partners GaiaNova.

Climate Crimes was awarded ‘Best Short Film’ at the 13th Fulldome Festival (2019) at the Zeiss Planetarium, Jena, Germany. Climates Crimes is included in ‘Official Selection’ at the DTLA Film Festival (2019) and DocLab IDFA (2019)

Read more about Climate Crimes.

To Protect A Paradise

To Protect A Paradise is a stunning 360 live action short film, shot above and below the water, exploring the challenges faced by local people in the Aeolian islands in Italy and their plans to establish an effective marine protected area and a low-impact, sustainable local fishery.

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Résonances Boréales

This 360 degree breath-taking show creates a visual environment in full symbiosis with Roman Zavada’s piano compositions and the Northern lights. This unique immersive experience brings the audience straight into the heart of the boreal forest above the 60th parallel. The stunning real-time images of the aurora boralis combined with the piano performance make for an unmissable immersive experience.

Learn more about the screening

Tickets here.

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