But while everything at Sheffield is factual content, outside of the official selection of cinematic viewing, there was another strand that seemed more science fiction than reality. Called Alternative Realities, the program presented 14 immersive storytelling experiences, embracing technology devices like virtual reality (VR), artificial intelligence (AI) and gaming.
“We’re showing the work of artists who have chosen to make documentaries that aren’t primarily meant for television or cinema screens,” curator Mark Atkin tells The Creators Project. “They’re looking at other ways available to connect with audiences.”
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