Creative Storytelling in VR with OZO

Wednesday, January 25, 3:00–4:30 p.m.


500 Main St.

Nokia’s OZO Camera and VR creation software suite was purposely built to empower creative professionals and visionary storytellers to bring truly immersive, compelling, and accessible virtual reality experiences to audiences worldwide. Join respected filmmakers and content creators to take a look at the programming produced in 2016 utilizing OZO, including the Sundance Film Festival installation Heroes, OneRepublic’s music video Kids, and The Argos File. Presented by Nokia

Hal Kirkland, OneRepublic "Kids" director
Josema Roig, The Argos File director
Justin Brukman, The Moving Picture Company
Melissa Painter, "Heroes"

Csilla Kozma, Head of Content Relations, Nokia OZO

Panels are open to all Festival credential holders on a space-available basis.


Csilla Kozma
Hal Kirkland
Josema Roig
Justin Brukman
Melissa Painter
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