From 9 - to 12 of April 2018 films included in Russian VR Seasons are presented at the Innovation Hub within the largest TV&Film market in the world MIPTV.
"Lake Baikal: Winter Spirit" by MediaCombo and PROSENSE, "Between Petrov and Vodkin" by "Cultural Revolution" and "The spacewalker" by CGF LLC might be watched in a dedicated area of the market alongside with the major VR companies in the world.
You can learn more about the VR/AR activities at MIPTV on their web site -

"The spacewalker VR"
4 min. 22 sec., animation, Russia, 2017
Director: Alexander Gorokhov
Production: CGF Studio, Bazelevs
VR short film lets you experience the first human walking in space The film immerses audiences in the experience of Leonov and his fellow cosmonaut Pavel Belyaev during their flight on the Voshod-2 on March 18-19, 1965
"Lake Baikal: The Science and Spirituality of Extreme Water: Episode 1. Winter Spirit"
7 min. 22 sec., documentary (360 3D), USA, Russia, 2016
Directors: Michael Owen, Georgy Molodtsov
Production: MEDIACOMBO (USA), VRability (Russia), PROSENSE (Russia)

Cinematic virtual reality will transport viewers to Lake Baikal in Siberia during winter 2016 and introduce them to the dramatic landscapes and the local customs and spiritual traditions of people who live around the oldest, deepest and most voluminous body of fresh water on Earth – 20% of all the liquid fresh water on our planet.The participant of IDFA Crossmedia Forum 2016
International premiere - Dubai International Film Festival
Tampere International Film Festival - DDD60 VR Cinema Program
"Between Petrov and Vodkin"
3 min. 40 sec, animation, Russia, 2017
Directors: Denis Semionov, Natalia Severina

The first part of the immersive trilogy "Cultural revolution" focuses on the year of 1912. Through the history of one painting, the VR-movie tells about the highlights of that year, which have taken place on the cultural scene of the Russian Empire. Thanks to new technologies in cinema production, a viewer gets an opportunity to find himself in retro footage of the pre-revolutionary Russia and then to immerse into the most prominent picture of Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin "Bathing of a red horse".
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