About

On a winter’s night, musician Eminem and journalist Sway Calloway cruise around Detroit, Michigan, discussing Eminem’s creative process, the idea of a hometown, and music. In Marshall from Detroit, viewers ride along in the backseat, gleaning a new understanding of these famed cultural figures. This captivating 360-degree VR work is a lyrical and atmospheric study of place and how it can shape you.

Screens with VR Cinema Program 2

YEAR 2019

CATEGORY VR Experience

COUNTRY U.S.A.

RUN TIME 21 min

COMPANY Felix & Paul Studios

WEBSITE http://www.felixandpaul.com

EMAIL festival@felixandpaul.com

PHONE (514) 331-7001

Credits

Lead Artists
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Executive Producers
Visual Effects Supervisor
Vr Technology
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Artist Bio

Caleb Slain

Caleb Slain first premiered work at SXSW and Telluride at age 20. Since then his collective works have received millions of internet views and six Vimeo Staff Picks and have been used as teaching materials at USC, NYFA, and USF. In 2016, Slain released his experimental writing app Flowstate, which garnered praise in Wired, The Verge, GQ and dozens more publications. His latest film, Demon, was awarded Best Narrative Short at the Austin Film Festival.


Félix Lajeunesse

Félix Lajeunesse is an Emmy-winning filmmaker and visual artist. After work as a director of film, commercials, and immersive-video installations, he teamed up with Paul Raphaël and developed award-winning stereoscopic 3-D films and large-scale multimedia installations.


Paul Raphaël

Paul Raphaël is an Emmy-winning filmmaker and visual artist. With a passion for cinematic storytelling, visual effects, and technology, he teamed up with Félix Lajeunesse and developed award-winning stereoscopic 3-D films and large-scale multimedia installations.