Interactive Social Action: How Virtual Reality is Being Used to Educate and Empathize
Interactive Social Action: How Virtual Reality is Being Used to Educate and Empathize

Three new VR projects, all of which premiered at the2016 Sundance Film Festival, demonstrate the immersive platform's storytelling capabilities.

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PLAZA DE LA SOLEDAD Director Maya Goded Intimately Tackles Sexuality and Aging In Sundance Doc
PLAZA DE LA SOLEDAD Director Maya Goded Intimately Tackles Sexuality and Aging In Sundance Doc

Photographer turned documentarian Maya Goded follows several veteran sex workers in Mexico City as they share candid stories about their on-the-job experiences.

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Character Actor Adrian Martinez Defies Latino Stereotypes in the NYC-Set WHITE GIRL
Character Actor Adrian Martinez Defies Latino Stereotypes in the NYC-Set WHITE GIRL

Elizabeth Wood's directorial debut, which has been making noise at the Sundance Film Festival, crosses the intersections of white privilege, power dynamics, and a love story with few apologies.

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In the Wild ANTIBIRTH, NYC Indie Queen Natasha Lyonne Dominates Midnight at Sundance
In the Wild ANTIBIRTH, NYC Indie Queen Natasha Lyonne Dominates Midnight at Sundance

Because having a baby wasn’t already scary enough, imagine motherhood getting the Cronenberg treatment set to an offbeat mixtape of horror movie classics.

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FURIOUS 8 Hoping to Be the First Hollywood Movie to Shoot in Cuba Since the 1960s
FURIOUS 8 Hoping to Be the First Hollywood Movie to Shoot in Cuba Since the 1960s

If any movie franchise can break through the embargo that's prevented Hollywood from accessing Cuba for more than 50 years, it's Vin Diesel's car-loving, foolproof box office titan.

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What We Learned About Contemporary Cuban Film at the International Festival of New Latin American Cinema