A Film Festival Screening In Vr? ‘Ask No Questions’ Documentary Is Trying It, And Here’s How It Will Look

A Film Festival Screening In Vr? ‘Ask No Questions’ Documentary Is Trying It, And Here’s How It Will Look
The filmmakers behind this year’s Slamdance documentary Ask No Questions saw their film’s festival run waylaid this spring by the industry’s coronavirus shutdown. Now they are teaming with San Francisco’s DocFest, where the pic was headed next, in an effort bring the fest screening experience to audiences in their homes.

It’s the latest effort from the indie film industry to survive in a world suddenly without access to its lifeblood: festivals like the shuttered SXSW and Tribeca and specialty theaters nationwide.

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The idea is an interesting one: Beginning April 28, Lofty Sky Pictures will screen Ask No Questions, a 2D film, in a 3D virtual theatrical environment dubbed Vr Movie House,
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