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IRISH PREMIERE

TOBY COFFEY, ERFAN SAADATI, RUFUS NORRISS/UK/FRANCE, 2016, 7 min

This film is part of a larger VR series, Home that was shot over a seven-month period between August 2015 and March 2016 on location in the refugee camp dubbed ‘The Jungle’ in Calais, France.

The narrative is based on an interview with a 22-year old Sudanese refugee, escaping the threat of murder, who’s been renamed Aamir in order to protect his identity.  This film is created in association with Surround Vision and Room One, and is a project from the National Theatre’s Immersive Storytelling Studio.

Directors: Erfan Saadati, Rufus Norris, Toby Coffey

Producers: Richard Nockles, James Hedley and Johanna Nicholls

Lead VFX Artist: Jack Howard

Thursday 4th-Sunday 7th August  (11am-7pm)

Guth Gafa VRroom, Headfort House

(Age: 13+)

Tickets available at box office.

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