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REFRAME IRAN

Reframe Iran takes you into the intimate studio spaces of Iranian artists in exile. Meet modern masters who fled the country in the wake of the 1979 Islamic revolution, offering an uncommon perspective into contemporary Iran. The project premiered at Kaleidoskope VR festival in 2014 and was awarded “Best film” prize at World VR festival in Crans Montana, Switzerland in 2016.

 

FEATURED ARTISTS

Shahram karimi, Navid Azimi Sajad, Nicky Nodjoumi, Afrouz Amighi, Taravay Telepasand, Icy and Sot, Shirin Neshat, Farkondeh Shahroudi, Parviz Tanavoli

The REFRAME series uses VR to understand the social and political forces that shape our world with emotionally transformative experiences.

FUTURE SCREENINGS:

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18 April 2018,

New York,

USA

7-10 June 2018,

Crans-Montana,

Switzerland

21-24 March 2018,

Dubai,

United Arab Emirates

REFRAME SAUDI

Reframe Saudi is a CULTURUNNERS  VR documentary directed by Matteo Lonardi and produced by the Reframe VR team shedding light on a pioneering generation of artists who have carved a creative space within Saudi Arabia. As the country enters a new phase socially and economically, the film transports you to the studios of artists between Jeddah, Abha and Riyadh. Each of them, through their work, reflects on a different aspect of this transformative historical time.

www.reframesaudi.com

FUTURE PROJECTS

Reframe Refugee is a 10-minute cinematic VR experience that looks at the refugee crisis through the point of view of a group of displaced visual artists across Africa and the Middle East.

 

The Wall is a VR documentary that follows former Palestinian special forces soldier turned artist, Khaled Jarrar, as he investigates two of the most contested and controversial border crossings in the world the one between Mexico and the United States and the one between Israel and Palestine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Reframe Russia is a journey inside the studios of Russian contemporary artists in VR. The goal of the project is to provide a timely historical document looking at Russia through the point of view of its artists.