USA｜2019｜ Interactive｜Colour｜11min｜No dialogue｜Animation｜2 Seat | General Audience
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★ 2022 SXSW, VR Cinema Jury Award – Best Interactive
★ 2021 Sundance Film Festival
Runnin’ pushes the boundaries of what is possible to bring you on a journey of musical expression. Creative duo Reggie WATTS and Kiira BENZING leverage state-of-the-art technology, inviting the user to engage, interact, and play! Get in the mood, drumming to your own beat in our record store before being transported to a retro-future dance party. Show off your moves alongside a troupe of dancers, Reggie and his musical collaborator, DJ John Tejada. The first VR experience to showcase Intel Studios’ volumetric video, don’t miss the chance to join the dance. This takes “music video” to the next dimension.
Reggie Watts is an internationally renowned Musician/Comedian/Writer/Actor who currently stars as the bandleader on CBS’s The Late Late Show with James Corden. He’s known for his multiple specials on Comedy Central and Netflix. His VR credits include working with pioneers like Chris Milk. Personal projects include the Sundance hit Waves, produced by Wevr, and multiple live performances via altspace VR.
Kiira Benzing is a multi-dimensional director crossing the mediums of theatre, hybrid cinema and virtual reality. She is the founder of Double Eye Studios which specializes in VR Theatre, live events and virtual production. VR credits: Finding Pandora X (VR Theater –Best VR Immersive User Experience, Venice Film Festival 2020; Virtual Cinema Audience Award SXSW 2021), Loveseat (VR Theater - Venice Film Festival 2019), Runnin’ starring Reggie Watts (Sundance 2019, Jury Award for Interactive at SXSW 2019), Cardboard City (XR Documentary, NYFF 2016, Samsung Gear VR) and Metropoles (multiplayer VR). Film credits: Diptych (Dance on Camera 2018), Hilda (Tribeca Film Festival 2017).