Kaleidoscope VR Film Festival

Posted by on Aug 18, 2015 in Events, LoVR | 3 Comments


Those lovely folk over at Kaleidoscope have selected LoVR to be part of their North American touring VR film festival.

The festival is travelling to 10 cities in US & Canada: Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Denver, Montreal, Toronto, New York City & Austin.

I’ll be attending the New York City event in October and presenting some of the thoughts and ideas behind LoVR.

Films in the 2015 festival are slated to include the following:

  • Butts (U.S.), directed by Tyler Hurd
  • Bright Shadows (U.S.), directed by Michael Catalano
  • Clouds Over Sidra (U.S.), directed by Chris Milk and Gabo Arora
  • Colosse (Israel, U.K., U.S.), produced by Joseph Chen
  • Der Grosse Gottlieb (Netherlands), directed by Daniël Ernst
  • DMZ: Memories of a No Man’s Land (South Korea), directed by Hayoun Kwon
  • Evolution of Verse (U.S.), directed by Chris Milk
  • The Last Mountain (U.S.), directed by Avram Dodson
  • LoVR (U.K.), directed by Aaron Bradbury
  • The Archer (U.S.), directed by Jessica Kantor
  • The Nepal Quake Project (U.S.), directed by David Darg
  • The Night Cafe (U.S.), directed by Mac Cauley
  • Sightline: The Chair (Czech Republic), directed by Tomáš Mariančík
  • Surge (Netherlands), directed by Arjan Van Meerten
  • Tana Pura (U.S.), directed by Mike Tucker
  • Way to Go (Canada), directed by Vincent Morisset
  • Welcome to Aleppo (U.S.), directed by Christian Stephen

This is one of the first film festivals in the world to feature ONLY virtual reality films. Celebrating the best artists working in the cutting edge field right now.

The tour has already started to make waves in the press. Check out the following articles:

New York Times
Los Angeles Times





  1. Devon Copley
    August 18, 2015

    Congrats Aaron! It’s a well-deserved accolade and I hope this brings your film a lot more attention. Consider coming out for the SF event as well, I’d be happy to buy you that beer I promised 🙂

  2. Charity
    October 1, 2015

    I had the pleasure to screen this gem at the VRFF in Boston where I was a volunteer. I have decided that THIS is the film that I will use to introduce people to VR. Thank you for your phenomenal work! As someone who is interested in creating VR experiences myself I find you inspiring.

    Can’t wait to see your next work!


  3. Aaron
    October 2, 2015

    That’s lovely. Thank you! If you need any help with your own VR endeavours, I’m always willing.

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