Montreal's Society for Arts and Technology already kickstarted 2017 with a bunch of cool immersive films showcased in their iconic dome, Satosphere.
The debut of the season was with the immersive narrative tim, which was showcased a second time in part with the SAT Fest. The powerful and dreamlike film was put together by Nicolas Noël Jodoin and Joël-Aimé Beauchamp and gained a lot of buzz around the scene. If you missed out don't fret because there is some more to anticipate. SAT Fest just launched. and it is an exploration of the best immersive projects that are developped at the Society for Arts and Technology during the year.
From January 25th to February 24th, 7 immersive short films will be presented inside SAT's dome, Satosphere, featuring animation, architectural modeling, 360° film, and other artistic and technologic experiments. You can check out the screening schedule here.
We thought it'd be a bit boring to break it down with more text, so we decided to let you get an exclusive inside peak through the visual format. Scroll through the selected films/artists' teaser gifs below.
Sean Caruso (CA)
Bordos Lazlo (HU)
Flower of Afterimage
Baba Fusako (JP)
Eric Raynaud (FR) & Julius Horstsuis (NL)
Roman Zavada (CA)
Nicolas Noël Jodoin (CA) & Joël-Aimé Beauchamp (CA)
For tickets and more info: you can check out the screening schedule here.