From a safari reserve in South Africa to the Cathédrale de Saint-Ome in France via a Scandinavian forest, this session explores our emotional relationship with wildlife through film and the music of Mozart.
SafariLive 360: A Day in Djuma
Made by Biome Productions and WildEarth, South Africa, UK, Bristol
Come along on a real game drive and discover some of Africa’s most iconic and thrilling wildlife. Bringing audiences closer to the safari action than ever before, National Geographic presenters Jamie Paterson and Brent Leo-Smith take you into the heart of the African Bush, observing nature’s predators both day and night using 360 infrared cameras. This piece, made by the Bristol based Biome Productions is a world first.
Dir: Peter Pontikis, Sweden
A short yet powerful 360 video experience produced in Sweden, that places you in at the very centre of a deer hunt…
Mozart 360: Benedictus
Dir: Colin Laurent, France
Through immersive 3D sound and 360 video, Mozart 360’s Benedictus takes you into the heart of the piece’s performance in a gothic cathedral, with the world-class Insula Orchestra.
- The Wildlife and Mozart session is approximately one hour long and includes a selection of VR experiences followed by a post-show discussion with Catherine Allen, curator of The Limina VR Weekender.
- Tickets: £12:00 full / £10:00 concessions / 24 and under. You can buy tickets to a single session, each of which will feature two or three VR experiences exploring a particular theme. Get a 10% discount on the total if you book for two or more sessions.
- Please read our Guidelines and FAQs about taking part in a Virtual Reality session at Watershed.