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FILMS: True Stories, New Perspectives: A New View of the World

Immerse yourself in a captivating journey through untold narratives, from the red dunes of the Kalahari to a musical voyage addressing the climate crisis in "True Stories, New Perspectives: A New View of the World" at Dome Fest West 2024.

FILMS: True Stories, New Perspectives: A New View of the World

"True Stories, New Perspectives" uses immersive media to breathe new life into real-world stories. It takes audiences on a journey from the red dunes of the Kalahari in "Sida Tsoatsoas: Our Beginning" to a musical voyage addressing the climate crisis in "The Voyage of Arka Kinari." This series explores culture, history, and environmental awareness, making it perfect for documentary enthusiasts seeking fresh insights into well-known narratives. It's an ideal choice for those interested in documentaries and real-life stories.

Here's the full list of films, in order of appearance:

Sida Tsoatsoas: Our Beginning - Directed by Telmo dos Reis
Sida Tsoatsoas transports audiences to the iconic red dunes and expansive saltpans of the Kalahari in Southern Africa, immersing them in the unique storytelling techniques of the ǂKhomani people who share insight into their culture.

The Earth Above: a deep time view of Australia's epic history - Directed by Ruwe Collective
"The Earth Above: A Deep Time View of Australia's Epic History" is an immersive documentary that explores the ancient Indigenous heritage of Australia through the entanglement of emerging archaeological research and Indigenous knowledge, revealing a profound connection between humans, land, and sky.

The Voyage of Arka Kinari - Directed by Janire Najera and Matt Wright
Embark on a cinematic journey aboard the transformed sailing ship Arka Kinari, as musicians Filastine & Nova unite distant shores through art and music to raise global awareness about the climate crisis.

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