Virtual Reality Experience Room

Virtual Reality Room, SFDFF 2019

Immerse yourself in dance as you virtually step inside the frame with this exhibition of 360°/VR films. SFDFF’s 2019 VR Experience Room features five films including the World Premieres of both our Co-Laboratory film, Into the Neural Forest, and Post:Ballet’s Come Out to Lavender Country. Additional films from Taiwan, Finland, and United States round out the program.

For an in-depth look at the process involved in the creation of Into the Neural Forest, attend our VR Panel Presentaion with guests Bhautik Joshi & Jodi Lomask on Sunday, Nov. 10 @ 5pm. MORE INFO HERE

VR HOURS

Thursday, November 7 | 6:30-7:30pm

Friday, November 8 | 2:30-8:30pm

Saturday, November 9 | 1:00-5:00pm & 6:30-8:30pm

Sunday, November 10 | 2:30-6:30pm

Sunday, November 10 | 5:00pm
Special VR Presentation: Into the Neural Forest Behind-the-Scenes

free program

Open daily from 11/7 through 11/10

Brava Cabaret

Free

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Program Films

Into the Neural Forest, SFDFF 2019
Dance Film SF’s 2019 Co-Laboratory film, Into the Neural Forest, is an intimate encounter putting you inside a choreographic model …
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A film by Jodi Lomask and Bhautik Joshi
Jodi Lomask
United States

Into the Neural Forest

Come Out to Lavender Country
Singer/songwriter Patrick Haggerty is credited for writing America’s first gay country music album, Lavender Country. Released in 1973, this album …
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Robert Dekkers
Vanessa Thiessen and Robert Dekkers
United States

Come Out to Lavender Country

Afterimage for Tomorrow
In Afterimage for Tomorrow, director Singing CHEN collaborates with choreographer Shou-Yi CHOU to perform the ineffable in memories. This metafiction …
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Singing CHEN
Shu-Yi CHOU
Taiwan

Afterimage for Tomorrow

Wombsong
Wombsong is a virtual dance experience. It’s a study of the nature of expecting life to be born and the …
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Hanna Västinsalo
Meeri Lempiäinen
Finland

Wombsong

Mantle
The narrative of this VR film is conceptually based from the idea of a relationship to ones center, and the …
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Theo Stanley, Cynthia Stanley
Cynthia Stanley
United States

Mantle

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