This film was part of the 2017 Camden International Film Festival
A Shared Space (VR)
A SHARED SPACE is a virtual reality film which tells the story of friends Hilowle and Shuab, who grew up in Dadaab, Kenya– the largest refugee camp in the world. Today, both have started families and call Lewiston, Maine home. Raising children in the country’s least diverse state in the wake of Trump’s Muslim Ban and rising nationalist sentiments has created challenges neither expected. Can Maine become a shared space?
|Title:||A Shared Space (VR)|
|Director:||Daniel Quintanilla, Shuab Ahmed Mahad, Hilowle Aden|
What do a radical Islamist, a Christian cult member and a white supremacist have in common? DEPROGRAMMED takes
the user on a virtual walk through the world of indoctrination. Told through the voices of three characters, it describes how they became completely enveloped by extremist ideologies.StoryformsThe Documentary Camera
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