Switzerland |2021|19’|Albanian Premiere| Director: Carlos Isabel García

The 19-minute film accompanies experienced cave explorer and mountaineer Lea Odermatt on her tours beneath the surface of the earth, in claustrophobic passageways and gigantic caverns and chambers usually only accessible to spe- cialists. Thanks to 360° Experience it is possible to convey to a wide audience in both physical and emotional terms how it feels to crawl through narrow passages, to hang in dizzying shafts, to observe with amazement from very close quarters the fascinating halls hidden underground. In a cave, trapped in the darkness, the audience can only see places where there is light. This makes it possible to create precise narration in 360°spaces.


Japan|2021|13’|Albanian Premiere| Director: Keisuke Itoh

In Clap the protagonist is the target of applause, and the story unfolds from the point of view of a person clapping. “Thread Man”, the protagonist, lacks self-confidence, and feels so intently that he has no redeeming features that he has shrunk to a thread-like existence.


Croatia|2020|8’|Albanian Premiere| Directors: Veljko Popovic, Milivoj Popovic

The VR experience Dislocation takes a look at an absurd moment of disbelief and fear. It examines the internal processes that develop and offers a visual depiction of a person forced into extreme circumstances – a moment of dislocation. We follow the protagonist along a beach in Greece, the Texas desert and a Slovenian forest and journey into his mind where the memories of his lost home slowly decay.


Denmark |2020|12’|Albanian Premiere| Director: Vibeke Bryld

Hush is an immersive Virtual Reality experience rooted in the Northern myths of the merpeople, who lured sailors and longing souls to the sea. In Hush you will be taken on a meditative journey to the bottom of the sea. Like the lost ones of the past, you begin by the seaside. The world around you dissolves as you hear the calling from the sea, and you are submerged in a suggestive underwater world, where the distinction between reality and imagination, man and nature, disappears.


South Korea, USA |2021|12’|Albanian Premiere| Director: Gina Kim

Tearless does not tell a story; instead, it brings the viewer into the experience of a place called Monkey House. Following the Korean War, roughly 25,000 US soldiers per year have resided in the US military bases in South Korea, occupying nearly one fifth of the nation’s habitable land.