Critics who say virtual reality has hit a brick wall aren’t making it to the film-festival circuit much.
The Tribeca Film Festival, which kicked off in New York earlier this week, unveils its annual VR-heavy Immersive program to the public Friday, and it’s the biggest yet.
“We have 33 [projects], two more than we’ve ever had, and that was not intentional. I was going for less,” Loren Hammonds, one of the curators of the festival’s Immersive program, said in an interview this month. “But there’s so much good work.”
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