This film was part of the 2017 Camden International Film Festival
Funeral for a 747 (VR)
Each year, hundreds of airplanes reach the end of their lives and are crushed for scrap metal. At a facility in Arizona, a group of “undertakers” carries out this final act for a Boeing 747. The workers there endure blazing temperatures and dangerous conditions to disassemble the colossal machines, ripping apart jets most people only ever see flying safely through the sky.
Witness this spectacular destruction and rebirth of an airliner in 360-degree virtual reality, directed by two-time Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker Marshall Curry.
|Title:||Funeral for a 747 (VR)|
|Producer:||Gary Hustwit, Jarrard Cole|
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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