Phoenix Interact Labs resident and virtual reality filmmaker Alex Rühl presents her short VR film Keyed Alike
By London riverside railings, covered in love locks, two very different women meet by chance. They argue and tease each other about love; one is desperate to move on (Eve, played by Natacha Karam, NBC's The Brave), the other is stuck in the past and unwilling to let go (Coley, played by Gemma Whelan, HBO's Game of Thrones)
Alex Rühl is a VR creator and founder of CATS are not PEAS, a boutique immersive storytelling studio. Prior to that she worked as a TV producer for the likes of BBC, Sky and ITV Studios. She picked up her first 360 camera in early 2016 and hasn’t looked back since.
"She is a pioneer of the 360 medium, unafraid to try new genres and create new IPs for immersive tech" – Samantha Kingston, Virtual Umbrella
The event will be facilitated by artist filmmaker Ben Fredericks, who works with narrative, moving image, VR and installations.
Dir: Alex Rühl