Ghost Fleet VR

About

At 14, Tun Lin was kidnapped from Thailand and sold into slavery. He spent the next 14 years on a ship, forced to fish without pay. With the help of a humanitarian agency, Tun Lin escaped and returned home—but many are not so lucky.

Ghost Fleet VR offers epic storytelling and takes us to the ships, ports, and seas where the slave trade takes place, exposing these injustices and their relationship to the lucrative fishing industry.

Screens with VR Cinema Program 1

YEAR 2018

CATEGORY VR Experience

COUNTRY U.S.A.

RUN TIME 8 min

COMPANY Catovia

WEBSITE http://www.catovia.com/

EMAIL lucas@catovia.com

PHONE (917) 238-0425

Credits

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Artist Bio

Lucas Gath

Lucas Gath is a filmmaker from Buenos Aires, Argentina. In the past 12 years, Gath has worked as a cinematographer in over 80 countries, shooting feature films, documentaries, virtual reality films, music videos, and commercials. His recent projects have screened at the Sundance Film Festival, SXSW Film Festival, and Cannes Film Festival and on HBO, BBC, and Netflix.


Shannon Service

Shannon Service is an independent reporter and filmmaker whose work has appeared in the New York Times, on BBC, and in the Guardian. She focuses on crimes at sea, but her stories cover everything from the ravages of war to the intimacies of heartbreak. In 2012, Service and Becky Palmstrom broke the story of slavery on Thai fishing boats. Service won several reporting awards.