Directed by Keith Wilson
RESCHEDULED The Stories We Will Tell: Interactive Media and Placemaking
February 1, 2019 7:00 pm
GANGWAY is an immersive live documentary piece about a recently shuttered San Francisco gay bar, The Gangway, site of police raids, queer community organizing and early AIDS activism. Combining archival material, 3D models and performance, the immersive piece explores new models for experiencing lost places and future narratives.
The Stories We Will Tell: Interactive Media and Placemaking
Resheduled events, Multimedia Performance, Live Documentary, 360 Video Documentary, SFUFF 2018, Documentary, Shorts / 150 minsVirtual reality, 360° video, performance, and live cinema offer the possibility of expansive interactive documentary storytelling that is uniquely spatial. But what blind spots exists when mediamakers and audiences adopt these immersive technologies? How can cities and communities use of these emerging strategies to increase civic participation and greater dialogue? This night starts with a gallery of interactive and VR film experiences, followed by the performance of new work from Vero Majano, Keith Wilson, and a collaboration between City Hope resident Heather Escandon and Adam Snell, followed by a lively panel discussion on the role of interactive media in the future of urban documentary. This event was postponed due to bad air quality. It has been rescheduled to Feb 1, 2019. Your ticket is transferable to the new date. We also offer refunds. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
In This Program: BETHLEHEM 360°, City of Sparkles, Gangway, Real Refuge, Remember Los Siete: Chapter 1, ¡Viva La Evolución!