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Kobold

Venice Virtual Reality

Director:
Max Sacker, Ioulia Isserlis
Production:
AnotherWorld VR (Ioulia Isserlis)
Running Time:
20’
Language:
English
Country:
Germany
Main Cast:
David Bredin, Nick Holaschke, Garry Lane, Ioulia Isserlis
Screenplay:
Ioulia Isserlis, Max Sacker
Music:
Takuro Sakamoto
Sound:
Takuro Sakamoto, Wisa Boribun
Notes:
Stand Up

Synopsis

KOBOLD is a new kind of horror experience that blurs the line between cinema and VR gaming. Step into the shoes of an urban explorer investigating the mysterious case of a missing boy. Pick up your flashlight and discover the secrets of an abandoned villa in the middle of a dark forest.
Immerse yourself in true, cinematic realism, explore an interactive universe, pick up clues and dare to venture deeper into a mystical world where your actions can have grave consequences.
With its intensely realistic visuals captured with photogrammetry, free movement and intuitive interactions, KOBOLD is a unique room scale VR experience that will entice and terrify...

Director’s Statement

KOBOLD intends to push the boundaries of what is possible in VR: the world was scanned from real locations and the characters were captured with photogrammetry and Mo-cap. Meticulous attention was paid to atmospheric design and compelling, experimental narrative inspired by pagan mythology and the claustrophobic environment of 1970s East Germany.

Producers/Distributors

PRODUCTION: AnotherWorld VR
Brunnenstr. 4
10119 – Berlin, Germany
Tel. +49 3035524366
info@anotherworldvr.com
http://www.anotherworldvr.com

WORLD SALES: Paul Bouchard - Diversion cinema
373, rue des Pyrénées
75020 – Paris, France
Tel. +33 626626300
paul@diversioncinema.com
http://www.diversioncinema.com
http://facebook.com/diversioncinema/http://facebook.com/diversioncinema/

PRESS OFFICE:
Jessie Cohen PR and Consulting
Jessie Cohen
United States
Tel. +14156230150
jessie@jessieiscohen.com


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